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Posted by imrananwar on August 4, 2016
I’ll be honest, though my Dad loved British cars in Pakistan, until he finally got used to the reliability and quality of Honda vehicles, but I have never been a fan of them.
I never liked the classic Rolls-Royce Motor Cars regardless of how much class they were supposed to exude. I disliked them even more when BMW bought the RR brand and made them into brutish, more monstrous than sophisticated, tanks, which, in recent years were being sold in such ugly garish colors that only a hoodlum rapper on LSD (does THAT drug even exist anymore, or was that taken over by some other company too LOL) and a love of shiny disco balls would love.
But, seeing this newest model, I have to say, when I am ready for 4-5 luxury cars, I would consider having this particular model among a Mercedes Maybach / S600/ S65 AMG, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and possibly one of those Danish supercars.
Though I am not a fan of the rear-swinging doors, this is a great photo and color scheme.
Who wants to come for a test drive?
Posted in Automobiles, Branding, Cars, Design, History, Imran, Lifestyle, Luxury, Memories, Mercedes, Pakistan, Quality | Tagged: Automobiles, BMW, Cars, Design, History, Imran, LifeStyle, Luxury, Mercedes, Quality, Rolls Royce | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on June 19, 2016
Posted in Family, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Memories, Pakistan, Travel, Travelogue | Tagged: Family, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Life, Life Lessons, Memoriam, Memories, Pakistan, Philosophy, Stories, Travel, Travelogue | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 13, 2016
Posted in culture, Education, Family, History, Humor, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Life, Life Lessons, Memories, Pakistan, Parents, People | Tagged: Entertainment, Family, Games, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Pakistan, Recreation | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 11, 2016
Posted in Birds, Imran, Imran Anwar, Inspiration, Life Lessons, Love, Memories, Nature, Philosophy, Quotation | Tagged: Birds, Imran, Imran Anwar, Life, Life Lessons, Memoriam, Pets, Philosophy | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 10, 2016
Posted in Family, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Life, Memories, Pakistan, People | Tagged: Family, Gratitude, Imran, Imran Anwar, Lahore, Memories, Pakistan | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 6, 2016
Posted in Erotica, Europe, France, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, Love, Memories, Paris, Passion, Romance, Travel, Uncategorized | Tagged: Adventure, EiffelTower, France, Memories, Paris, Passion, Romance, Travel, Travelogue | Leave a Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on April 5, 2016
The photo title is derived from the famous book by Ayn Rand, but the reason I walked many miles to get to this place, Fontaine Molière, on Rue Thérèse, with my companion during our trip to Paris, France, was to salute another even bigger literary giant.
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, better known as Molière, was born nearly 400 years ago, on 15 January 1622. He was a French playwright, comedian, writer and actor who is considered to be one of the greatest masters of comedy in Western literature.
He was loved by the French King Louis XIV, but was hated by the Church for his ridiculing the hypocrites ruling religion. He died on 17 February 1673, a few hours after doing a performance of his final play, ironically, about a hypochondriac.
His works, and his legacy, live on for the ages.
© 2006-2016 IMRAN™
Posted in Architecture, Chiristianity, Church, culture, Europe, France, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, Memories, Paris, Travel, Travelogue, Uncategorized | Tagged: Architecture, Art, Christianity, culture, Europe, France, History, Imran, Imran Anwar, intolerance, Literature, Memories, Paris, theater, Travel, Travelogue | 1 Comment »
Posted by imrananwar on March 31, 2016
I love and respect incredible single parents who go all out to provide for their kids.
I have known and loved several single moms who were in my life at one time or another, who were more amazing as struggling single parents than a rich two-parent family could be.
But I also sometimes see people, including single parents, thinking that not granting every wish to a kid is some sort of crime or failure.
That is not true. Enough kids who had everything in life end up with messed up lives, and many who had little in childhood later rise to greatness. It is good, loving AND tough parenting, not saying Yes to everything, that sets children’s future.
For my 27 years living in America and even in my own relatives in Pakistan, I saw kids basically controlling parents. Here in America I see parents trying to be kids’ best friends.
My siblings and I are thankful that we had parents who provided us our every need but did not grant every wish. They went above and beyond, even though we heard No plenty of times.
But, in the long run, they made the most important wish come true and were our best friends. They set us up for lives that, despite the usual ups and downs, could not have been more blessed.
I saw this Share on my beloved beautiful friend Sara’s wall and had to share and comment.
What do you think? Let me know here and on the post on FaceBook.
Posted in Education, Family, Imran, Memories, Pakistan, Parents, USA | Tagged: America, Education, FaceBook, Family, Imran, Imran Anwar, Opinion, Pakistan, Parents, Society | Comments Off on “Just Say No” To The Drug Of Easy Lazy Parenting & Messed Up Future Lives Of Children – IMRAN™