Tuesday, 11 September 2018

The MIRZA is BACK

I am sorry 


For that i am not writing the story of my life.
from my last story. i suck in the the black hole that totally kill my life and my body.from now i am gone start my new life.my new chapter.
i really thank full to all my visitors to see my story and maybe learn anything or nothing sorry (lame) .thank you. lots of love from Pakistan
Mirza Sohaib Baig

Saturday, 11 November 2017

purani jeans (Early jeans)


When  i was a kid around 7,8 years old in my schools name is (crescent bahria cadet college)  I was smart kid in my class but ALLAH give me smartness in  all the work mashallah (ما شاء الله‎‎) NOT in the study i was just like Dum in study what i do i dont like study all the books or copy i don’t have too much brain i always out off my class because teacher don’t like me they say that he is disturbing  kid he always disturb other kid then what i do i am stuck with my teacher they always enter the class they have only one job the do beat the children  the (reason ) is HOMEWORK and i am the one who always didn’t do the homework sometime i do my mother is force me then i do the homework i remember one off my teacher i don’t know her name but she always call me (failure) my teacher always say to me (if don’t fail then how we learn )(miss sarah) i fail in 6 class 2 time and 7 class also some time they pass me and say in my report card (he can’t  do anything in life) in my 7 class when i fail i was seeing my old friends you known that feeling was so hard brokering i was watching them and smiling but truly i am NOT i was so angry i broke everything after school  home time (door, table, fan, door lock and window) i always out off my class and wasting my time with canting boys i remember my worst day in my class we have 35  student and 4 off them are messing every day 1 off me 3 off my friends our class in first floor and we jump to the window and next to the ground we too much big ground for example 50,60 truck in one time this much big and there is one guard 50 rup for one hours we go out out side and fun, smoke, soft drunk and teacher don’t know yet but some fu**k classmates tell over teacher then we got TC it means 7 days for suspension and home fight also on that we promises we don’t do this mistake again we find it that kid who tell the teacher and copal days we found it in our gang we have rule found it and kill it obviously we can’t  kill it but we beat it my friends call me (machoman)  "Macho Man" Randy Savage, was an American professional wrestler its old wrestler November 15, 1952 
 "Macho Man" Randy Savage,
Looks like me ( hahaha)  that days i cant forget it i don’t know how children survive it over there teacher comes our class she just write on the blackboard she write we copy and she just left the class in 45 min and we are writing for 45 min and if don’t copy then you fail in your exam we just have to memorize all the answer or cheat it these are my days at 7 class half I LEFT IT from my school principal says to my mother (HE CANT MAKE IT ) ALLAH decision better i left that school and enter the new school new life (LEARN TO LEARN ACADMY) that school give me strictness and this school give me love and happiness i am sorry but that’s true this school change me i am not totally change but atlas i am trying now i am doing job internship at my school i am attending the o level class and doing my favourite part GYM at tariq road i left my home  morning 7:30am at back to my home at 9:45pm i am doing my best too achieve my goal   at oct i gone give olevel paper inshallah who change me only two hand MISS SARAH IRFAN AND DR.IRFAN HYDER these are two people change me and i want to thanks both #THANKYOUTAKE
MIRZA SOHAIB BAIG   

Saturday, 11 February 2017

THE BOY

This is the story of a boy born in 2000 15 October now he is the  BIG DOG around 40+ i tell you about the boy hole life what he do when he was a 6 year old he was a good boy he pray he learn new thing all day he abusive everything one day he just walk on the road and then he went to the grocery store and buy something and he just see his friend called him hey he left that store his friend name (arbaz butt) he say to that boy what are you doing here come with me yar that boy said ok bro that boy say to arbaz where are we going arbaz say relax man experience new thing that boy say ok then they ok to (gulshan-e-iqbal)name place they enter  shish place that boy was angry everywhere smoke and smoke that boy .......you know that next then arbaz was manipulate that boy he was trying to  money he just give it he depressed and he regularly come that place after 1 year.
He do such dum think like regularly smoking cigarette, weed ,cannabis , beer and cigar that boy depressed fail in class 7 he total fail he just broke in side deeply deeply fail by signboard on his face everyone said that’s not a good boy don’t play with him you he want to go in army but he can’t he has no stamina 1 min run 1 min rest he walk like a bloody old guy around 60 age he has big dream but he can’t achieve it.
There are so many people the sussed in life like (MUHAMMAD ALI) that boy he always love that people they understand that boy have so much power to  achieve it how to learn every single think the boy remember the words of the friend ARBAZ say(jab zindagi haraam hojae toh nashey hojate hain) then from last 3 year he is in addiction the boy comes on that stage he don’t have more money obviously he do some think then do that in life what he do that he is steeling money from his brother,father,mother .
You know why he was do this all when he was to young  his father,mother they beet him alot a small problem they beet him alot alot alot alot he is getting strong and smatter all day when he fail to much in 8th class then mother, father decide to change the school  i don’t mansion the school name that school is so different from every school the best team every he learn every think from that school the best think if change you school it take time to survive , settle down i think it take 2,3 months but that boy take one weak to settle there the funny’s   part is that he fill to much conflict relation he fights to much but he survive there next 2 year later the meet that friends again and you know batter what happen he do all that addiction again then he have lost in the money you know what he do for the money problem he                                DO STREET FIGHT.   



For all that shit money one fight 500rp he risk his in blood for that 500 hundred i don’t how he do it then next whenever he comes school ever morning the face like punch face cat shack on his face what ever his problem is solve  but one day he got a problem his best teacher noting every day that boy getting problem in problem they said this we need to talk 4 teacher are setting in your front you know what happen dead or dead suction don’t go in detail but i tell you that they said to allot think they all are consign that boy to go right way they side that we give you job or internship in over school and the boy said i promises that i never ever do this again there are two people to change the boy life his sir and mama they both are fabulous people i every see in my life they both are angles both are husband and wife they have a grate  family they all are sweet people they offered to join the company i travel with him to Islamabad,and travel Pakistan not hole but k.p.k the family have a big name i just small name i am trying to on that level.
         
Now the boy is not a boy now he is BIG DOG  he have job he is   a bodybuilder not yet he is small brother of roman reigns THE BOY SAY THAT: The sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult. The one that requires you to reach down deep inside, to fight with everything you’ve got, to be willing to leave everything out there on the battlefield—without knowing, until that do-or-die moment, if your heroic effort will be enough. Society doesn’t reward defeat, and you won’t find many failures documented in history books.
The exceptions are those failures that become later susses. Such is the case with Thomas Edison, whose most memorable invention was the light bulb, which purportedly took him 1,000 tries before he developed a successful prototype. How did it feel to fail 1,000 times? a reporter asked. I didn’t fail 1,000 times,” Edison responded. The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.

This is what i learn
                                                                                                         MIRZA SOHAIB BAIG

Sunday, 6 November 2016

WHO AM !

who I am. Although I may have some weaknesses in my character, I am basically the up beat type. I try to be as happy as I can most of the time. Everyone cannot please each other but if everyone pleases themselves and are cheerful most of the time, I feel that it is a better start to put yourself in life.
             Being down or depressed comes with everyone's character at some point. When I come across this point in life, it is one of my weak situations. When something happens that hurts my feelings or makes me angry, the outcome is always sadness. I let my emotions out but crying or keeping quiet to myself. Depending on what the situation, the cause of my anger and hurt stays on my mind for a long period of time. Also, if somebody puts me down with comments or actions, I try to ignore it but inside I know I am better than words or actions and I prove it by letting things go. In some opinions it is a factor of jealousy so the result is usually anger. I most definitely resemble my character in these ways.
             My personality is your average teenage personality. Kind or unkind when I need and want to be. Unless someone really is on my bad side, I have respect for them and will always treat them exactly how I expect to be treated. Otherwise, do not talk about me and play childish games. I come with my personality so if you like how I act you'll love being around me. My friends usually consider my the goofy outgoing one. I am unique as well. I am not really a hard person to please and I do not feel embarrassed much. I am assuming that is the reason they say I'm outgoing? I am not the type of person to judge anyone. Everyone has their own opinions and styles and everyone should express them freely. Teenagers may think and act alike. My basic description is your average teen. .

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

BOB MARLEY LIFE


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The Bob Marley Since his passing on May 11, 1981, Bob Marley’s legend looms larger than ever, as evidenced by an ever-lengthening list of accomplishments attributable to his music, which identified oppressors and agitated for social change while simultaneously allowing listeners to forget their troubles and dance.

Bob Marley was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994; in December 1999, his 1977 album “Exodus” was named Album of the Century by Time Magazine and his song “One Love” was designated Song of the Millennium by the BBC. Since its release in 1984, Marley’s “Legend” compilation has annually sold over 250,000 copies according to Nielsen Sound Scan, and it is only the 17th album to exceed sales of 10 million copies since Sound Scan began its tabulations in 1991.

Bob Marley’s music was never recognized with a Grammy nomination but in 2001 he was bestowed The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, an Honor given by the Recording Academy to “performers who during their lifetimes, have made creative contributions of outstanding artistic significance to the field of recording.” That same year, a feature length documentary about Bob Marley’s life, Rebel Music, directed by Jeremy Marie, was nominated for a Grammy for Best Long Form Music Video documentary. In 2001 Bob Marley was accorded the 2171st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame by the Hollywood Historic Trust and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, in Hollywood, California. As a recipient of this distinction, Bob Marley joined musical legends including Carlos Santana, Stevie Wonder and The Temptations.

In 2006 an eight block stretch of Brooklyn’s bustling Church Avenue, which runs through the heart of that city’s Caribbean community, was renamed Bob Marley Boulevard, the result of a campaign initiated by New York City councilwoman Yvette D. Clarke. This year the popular TV show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon commemorated the 30th anniversary of Bob Marley’s passing with an entire week (May 9-13) devoted to his music, as performed by Bob’s eldest son Ziggy, Jennifer Hudson, Lauryn Hill, Lenny Kravitz and the show’s house band The Roots. These triumphs are all the more remarkable considering Bob Marley’s humble beginnings and numerous challenges he overcame attempting to gain a foothold in Jamaica’s chaotic music industry while skillfully navigating the politically partisan violence that abounded in Kingston throughout the 1970s.

One of the 20th century’s most charismatic and challenging performers, Bob Marley’s renown now transcends the role of reggae luminary: he is regarded as a cultural icon who implored his people to know their history “coming from the root of King David, through the line of Solomon,” as he sang on “Blackman Redemption”; Bob urged his listeners to check out the “Real Situation” and to rebel against the vampiric “Babylon System”. “Bob had a rebel type of approach, but his rebelliousness had a clearly defined purpose to it,” acknowledges Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records, who played a pivotal role in the Bob Marley biography by introducing Marley and the Wailers to an international audience. “It wasn’t just mindless rebelliousness, he was rebelling against the circumstances in which he and so many people found themselves.”

Love of Football

It’s well known that Bob Marley loved the game of football. There are dozens of pictures around the Internet of him playing ball with friends, and he’s been quoted saying, “Football is freedom, a whole universe. Me love it because you have to be skillful to play it.”

Lesser-known facts include that Bob actually had it built in to his touring contracts that he should have ready access to a football pitch. Additionally, few people know how good of a footballer Bob really was. Trevor Wyatt, the UK distributor for Island Records . who saw Marley play in pick-up games around West London, said of Bob’s game, “Trying to get the ball off him… was just hopeless. Because Bob was the person he was, the ball always came to him. He was the midfield general, if you like, and they called him Skipper. They were so good, it was like playing Brazil.

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Smoking Herb

For better or worse, no individual in history is more closely associated with smoking marijuana – or “herb,” as it’s called in Rastafarian culture – than Bob Marley. Indeed, you would be hard-pressed to find a college dormitory anywhere in the United States without at least one poster of Bob “lighting up” proudly displayed on a dorm room wall. But, it’s important to note that Marley did not just enjoy weed as a recreational habit. He was instead a staunch supporter of the plant’s meditations, spiritual and healing abilities, and a fierce opponent to those (“political forces”) who tried using marijuana as a vehicle for oppression, and to keep certain groups of people out of the societal mainstream.

Bob once said in an interview, “Now, when you smoke, it make you cool, you know? It make you stimulate your mind, and make you sit down and meditate. Instead a get foolish, you sit down and you can meditate and be someone. Rum teach to you be a drunkard, and herb teach you to be someone.”


Love the life you live
Live the life you love
I've been depressed ever since the only person who I have seriously loved was pulled away from me; due to certain circumstances that we not in our fave. We tried to make things work a little later in life, but I have complicated the relationship because of my promiscuity. I fiend for relations with the opposite sex. It is as if I am a lost dog looking for his mate, I pounce on the first one that stimulates me visually. I am usually successful in my ventures with women. I don't want to brag though, that is not my mission; rather, I want to release that information out into the chaotic energies that encircle me in the form of gravity, pressing me down, further even, into the bottomless pit of hell.
So much trouble in the world
Why he just wasting his or her time of hole life
Bob say’s (I want to understand, me. myself. I. Yo)( How do I pray for healing rains) now too



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Mirza Sohaib Baig

Friday, 7 October 2016

PEOPLE'S CHAMP




















MY IDEAL IS MUHAMMAD ALI AT THE AGE OF 12 ALI DISCOVERED THAT HE HAS A TALENT OF BOXING HE HAD A OF 61 FIGHTS WINS 56,WINS BY KO 37,LOSSES FIGHTS 5, THAN IN ROME LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT OLYMPIC GAMES THE AWARDS OF MUHAMMAD ALI 5 TIME RING MAGAZINE FIGHT OF THE YEAR 3-TIME LINEAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION (1964,1974,1978) 2-TIME WBC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION (1964,1967,1974,1978) 3-TIME NABF HEAVYWEIGHT AND SO MANY OTHER AWARDS.

HE ALSO HALL OF FAME AND HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME HE HAD FIVE YEARS PRISON WAS FINED BECAUSE On June 20, 1967, Ali was convicted of draft evasion, sentenced to five years in prison, fined $10,000 and banned from boxing for three years. He stayed out ofprison as his case was appealed and returned to the ring on October 26, 1970, knocking out Jerry Quarry in Atlanta in the third round. 
BY AGE 18 ALI HAD CAPTURED TOW NATIONAL GOLDEN GLACES TITLES AND 100 VICTORIES AGAINST EIGHT LOSSES AFTER GRADATING HIGH HIGH SCHOOL, HE TRAVELED TO ROME AND WON THE LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT GOLD MEDAL IN THE 1960 SUMMER OLYMPICS 29,1960 IN SIX ROUND DECISION. 
FROM THE START OF HIS PRO CAREER,THE 6 FOOT-3 INCH HEAVYWEIGHT OVER WHELMED HIS OPPONENTS WITH A COMBINATION OF QUICK ,POWERFUL JABS AND FOOT SPEED AND HIS CONSTANT BRAGGADOCIO AND SELF PROMOTION EARNED HIM THE NICK NAME 'LOUISVILLE LIP'.
AS MANY PEOPLE HAVE POINTED OUT,HES WAS A POOR BLACK KID FROM KENTUCKY WHO BOOTS TRIPPED HIMSELF UP TO THE HEIGHTS OF FAME AND MONEY AND THEN GAVE IT ALL UP FOR HIS PRINCIPLES.
MUHAMMAD ALI PARTICIPATED IN FOURTH SAITH ASIAN GAMES IN 1989 IN ISLAMABAD AS A SPECIAL GUEST. HIS VISIT HERE WAS NO LESS THAN AN HONER FOR PAKISTAN. HE VISITED LAHORE'S KINNIARD COLLEGE IN 1988 WHEN HIS BELOVED BICYCLE WAS STOLEN,ATEARFUL 12- YEAR OLD CLAY REPORTED THE THEFT TO LOUISVILLE POLICE OFFICER JOE MARTIN (1916-1996)AND VOWED TO PUMMEL THE CULPRIT MARTIN, WHO WAS ALSO A BOXING TRAINER,SUGGESTED THAT THE UPSET YOUNGSTER FIRST LEARN HOW TO FIGHT AND HE TOOK CLAY UNDER HIS WING. SIX WEEK LATER CLAY WON HIS FIST IN A SPLIT DECISION.THAT WHY I LIKE MUHAMMAD ALI BECAUSE I AM MUHAMMAD ALI PART 2 
MIRZA SOHAIB BAIG