We must show gratitude to those who help us. Read the tales of four ‘Humanly Humans’ that helped author Words Catcher in nurturing the author that existed inside.
When I found about the author inside me, I needed motivation and support to move forward. Some people supported me without anything in return. They just wanted to help. I named those people humanly human. I decided to show them my gratitude.
I thought the best thing I do is the creation of unique stories. Therefore I created short stories on these humanly humans whom I owe as long as I continue my work as a Words Catcher.
The story of the best blogger in Pakistan- Mustafa Ahmed Zai:
There was a young man who aspired to become an IT expert. He went to one of the best colleges in the city and entered the professional world hoping that he would dazzle the people around him by his expertise. He had great things to offer: genuine services, creative designs, and expert IT solutions.
People used the young man and cheated him. A hundred times he fell; vowing to himself that the pain is big enough, but every time he stood even stronger than before. His consistency, hard work, and positive attitude made him face the work related miseries with courage.
Days followed others, and his efforts gleamed attracting many clients towards him. He became famous and became the best blogger of Pakistan.
You can know more about him on his website http://www.stcnetwork.org/. You can meet him in his office between his laptop and many internet devices. You may also see a bunch of students hanging around to seek inspiration from this young entrepreneur.
CEO of STC network Mustafa Ahmed Zai designed a website for me. He did a fantastic job. He gave me all follow-up services and tips without anything in return
You can get direct access to Mustafa on his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mybloggertricks.
The story of a pleasant writer and blogger-Carrie Aulenbacher:
I met her when she commented on my initial piece of writing on LinkedIn. I found that this lady always answered the woes of people who needed help and guidance.
I sent my manuscripts to her, and her motivational and encouraging replies made me believe in the writer I had tamed inside me for years. I asked her for help, and she offered me the help immediately. This amazed me, and I asked her why she is helping a diverse and unknown writer. Her replied made my day. She said, “I just want to be a light and encourage as that is when my spirit feels best. It’s no fun to smile alone, but to share a smile together!”
So I believed that she has a little girl inside her who is hungry for stories. She notices small details and asks me fondly about differences among us. Her words have encouraged me, and I will owe each of my success in my life to her. Just as the pain did wonders to the author inside me, her words did the wonders to the author outside me.
You can follow her on her blog https://www.carrieaulenbacher.com/.
Believe me; she never says ‘no’ on the call for help. The difference in her helping attitude is she helps for the sake of helping and to make others feel good.
The story of an inborn illustrator-Marium Ayub:
Something about her made me attend her to her speech even though I was in great tension that day. I left all my activities to listen to her being thankful for all things and talking about her clients. She was a graphic designer. She told how she survived after the death of her father because of her skills. I was nowhere near writing at that time.
I met her twice, and third time I asked her for her contact. She willingly gave me her phone number and email address.
She is cool, and her art is great. I don’t know what attracted me most; her down to earth nature, easy-going manner or her art.
She helped me admirably in getting a domain name and amazingly at the lowest rate possible. She helped me develop confidence in my stories, and she provided me with the illustrations at the rate no one ever would have.
She granted me favors and apologized on being late and I reminded myself on her delays, “She is doing her 20th favor.” Unfortunately, she keeps her page private, or I would have arranged a virtual meet up with her.
The story of a selfless beta reader –William Mc Cullogh:
I met him through LinkedIn. He offered me beta reading, critiquing and other services free of cost. The best thig about him was his instant replies. You mail him one day, and he returns your task by the next day, he had excellent grip on the language, and his guidelines made me improve my work. You can find him on LinkedIn by clicking https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-mccullough-b09b7934/
You might think why you all have to read about these people. It’s because I want you to know that ‘Humanly Humans’ exist in this world. They make you believe in the goodness of humanity. I want to thank you all for being there with me.
I know these stories are not the exact reward of their selflessness yet I needed to show my gratitude. Prayers for here and hereafter.
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