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Bandipora Tales: This 23-Year-old writer dreams of becoming an Islamic scholar and civil service officer

Bandipora Tales: This 23-Year-old writer dreams of becoming an Islamic scholar and civil service officer

23-Year-old writer dreams of becoming an Islamic scholar and civil service officer.
Srinagar, Feb 27: Sharik Ahmad Mir, a 23-year-old young writer hailing from the Plan area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district, dreams of becoming an Islamic scholar and a civil service officer.

After completing his schooling at Space Age Model School Bandipora, he earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Kashmir and is currently pursuing his post-graduation through Cluster University of Kashmir.

Mir, while talking to the Kashmir Bulletin–(KB), said, “I have written two books, both of which have been successfully published. My first book is titled ‘How Islam Rescues the Journey of Lost Souls,’ and the second one is ‘Addiction Lies: How to Avoid and Detox Your Addiction.’ Besides this, I am currently working on a non-fiction book, which is said to be released next month.”

“I started writing last year. The situation made me do this and my sufferings and thoughts inspired me to wipe away all my depression and stress through pen and paper. My first book was published in January 2023, and the second was in February 2023. Both of my books are self-help books.”

“How Islam Rescues the Journey of Lost Souls” is a book full of practical advice, a journey of return towards Allah. “Some might see the path as bleak, but this book enlightens readers that Allah will always guide us all home, no matter where we are and no matter where we come from,” said Shakir. If any reader feels lost in finding meaning to their lives, this book will highlight research topics of rescuing losslessness and clarify doubts pertaining to such matters.

Besides writing books, “I have only one hobby, and it consumes all my free time. I enjoy reading and have always been a voracious reader. Although I prefer reading non-fiction, I make a deliberate effort to read at least one non-fiction book every couple of weeks. My hobby is reading, and I feel that it is a great hobby.”

“About my second book, Addiction Lies, it is a must for any recovering addict. This book busts the full spectrum of addiction―from drugs, alcohol, caffeine, and sugar addictions to digital media, work, stress, bad relationships, and fame. This book describes a more holistic approach to recovery by combining treatments of the past with the latest knowledge and techniques,” Mir said.

“My dream is to become ‘an Islamic scholar and civil service officer’ responsible for improving social infrastructure and curbing corruption to counter poverty,” he said.

“I believe a person should share his/her knowledge because if a person leaves this world, their knowledge will stay alive. I believe that you may not always find a mentor, but you can always be self-taught. ‘The only problem is that you tackle a lot of hardships, failures, rejections, and embarrassment before being successful when you are self-taught,” he added. Courtesy: (Kashmir Bulletin–KB)


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