About

I am a free-lance writer. I like to write mostly about social issues and all those happenings surrounding our lives which affect us in very subtle ways.  Nobody is immune from the effects of crime in our society since the pattern of crime has changed with mobility and technology. We seek security and safety to live a better life. We should be able to move freely in our surroundings enjoying the full benefits of natural beauty and other gifts that come for Canadians as Canada being one the finest countries in the world. Crime, if not checked, can make the same beautiful country a living hell. To avert such a dire situation we have to recognize that it is the police officer who will defend and protect us. The balance of justice may tip up or down but eventually it will level off with the effort of police officers who are greatest of Levellers. And this is the shinning virtue of police officers It is in them to protect us. They are the law. Their strength is imperative to protect the innocent people who have faith in the protection that they offer. This website has been established to make people recognize the fact that a person who is prepared to give his/her life in protecting innocent people is the police officer. No police officer should ever be suspected that he /she will not protect you because it is in their spirit to protect you and pray for your safety before they think of protecting themselves or praying for themselves. Great police officers are angered by injustice in society but are not frightened by it and they will fight head on eliminating injustices for they are the law.

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239 Responses to About

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  5. Hello! I’ve been following your blog for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Austin Texas! Just wanted to tell you keep up the fantastic work!

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  7. gpcox says:

    An honor and a pleasure to meet you.

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  8. Emma Windsor says:

    Hello Samina….many thanks for the like on my Edita Vilkeviciute blog….xx

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  9. It’s interesting how individuals connect. Thank you for this blog – my husband is a police chief and an officer for over 34 years. The gardens are our refuge . . .

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  10. lilly29 says:

    Happy New Years!!

    Remember, never put all your confidence in man.

    God Bless You!!

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  11. Deb says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog.

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  12. weatherwit says:

    Thanks for the like on my blog. You have a wonderful thing here.

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  13. Joseph Nebus says:

    I’d wanted just to thank you for liking my silly little thing about prairie dogs over on my humor blog.

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  14. Thank you so much for the follow Saminaiqbal27, it really is appreciated – Welcome Aboard. If you have any suggestions / recommendations just let me know. Have a great day, will now take a tour of your own site. MM 🍀

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  15. Congratulations! I have nominated you for an award. If you do not wish to accept it – no problem. Simply interpret this as my admiration and for sharing your wonderful posts with us all. ~ Amelia 🙂 http://mungaiandthegoaconstrictor.me/2014/02/03/thanks-for-the-nominations-part-two/

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    • WOW! Thanks so much for the honor of nominating me for such a lovely award. I accept it wholeheartedly and appreciate your lovely comment about my posts. Thanks Amelia. See you soon. Take care and God bless.

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      • My pleasure, Samina. Have a great weekend, my friend ~ Amelia 🙂

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      • Anonymous says:

        Hi Samina, this is Lota. Remember me? We were together in Royal Columbian hospital last December when our husband were in the same hospital. How are you now? please call me in my homephone 7783948552. or text me in my mobile 7789894174. I am excited to keep in touch with you to say hi over the phone. Lota

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  16. Jeffrey Hardin says:

    Thank you for following Jericho777…Absolutely love my Canadian Brothers and Sisters…Have met many wonderful souls from there while in the North West and while in Pennsylvania. Love your blog and look forward to reading your future postings.
    God’s Speed and Care, and do enjoy your weekender.

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    • The pleasure is mine. Thank you so much for such kind words about my blog. Canadians love their most precious neighbors-the great Americans. The feeling of love is mutual my friend. I am delighted to meet you. See you soon. Take care and God bless.

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  17. Thanks for following and your like’s and l believe in anyone taking a job in any profession then they should do it to the best of their ability. In the case of the police they hold a badge of honour to uphold the law, and be honest. Have followed you back 🙂 Take care and peace.

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  18. LF6 says:

    Nice and thanks for keeping us safe 🙂

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  19. Tom Janus says:

    You have an awesome blog…)))

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  20. My greatest memories of police personnel is in Harlem, New York City as a child. My parents were very poor. Each Christmas, the Police organization of New York City “PAL” put on a free one day show for poor kids in the area with a two hour show, presents and candies. It was the only Christmas presents that my brother and I received for many years in my childhood. When I was young my Father said the only two great professions in life were that of fireman or a policeman. I was never neither, but always they held my admiration. One of my poetry works did involved the police personnel of the the McKinney, Texas Police Department. Many of the men and woman printed the poem and carried it with them. It brought me great job to learn of that.

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    • Thanks for sharing a very heart warming story of your childhood. Those memories are very vivid. Here we take most of the blessings of life for granted and very few among us take a moment to recognize and appreciate the kind acts of people. Police officers and firefighters put their lives on line for us. Your dad said the right thing that these two are the greatest professions. This was the reason I started this blog to educate and to enlighten my friends about the blessings of being protected and safeguarded by such great human beings. If you would like to share the poem you wrote for the police, I would be very honored. So nice of you to recognize them for their goodness. Very nice to meet you. Take care and God bless.

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  21. Thank you so much for granting me permission to copy the poem. I feel very honored. I intend doing a post about you and I will share your poem with my blogger friends in the near future. I will let you know. Thanks so much. Take care and God bless.

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  22. Your work is truly a work of love. Thank you for sharing my comments and poetry work. I am overwhelmed.

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  23. mwitasblog says:

    This a wonderful, beautiful blog, and I support it with all my heart.

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  24. Samina:
    You have a awesome ministry and I have been blessed as I perused your blog! Thank you for the follow. Blessings ~Zoey & Tapestry Treasures Team

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  25. Jude says:

    Many thanks for stopping by my blog and liking it enough to follow! 🙂

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  26. Came here as a result of your recent decision to follow Learning from Dogs. What an interesting blog you have! Thanks for a great connection!

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  28. Thank you kindly for following our blog! We hope you will visit us often. Have a great weekend.

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  29. enmanscamera says:

    Nice to be connected. You found the blog where I write about photography. I am sure you noticed that photography is the only subject I discuss.
    Now that I know about you I intend to spend time reading and looking through you site.

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  30. Very interesting blog run!

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  31. I’m so supportive of law enforcement personnel–especially now where their lives are endangered. Thanks for sharing this.

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  32. Mfaisal says:

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  33. A number of my uncles were police officers, 2 in Pembroke Ontario and 1 in Ottawa. But I must disagree with your statement, ‘the police are the law.’ They enforce the law, but the idea that they are the law, though commonly held, is dangerous. The Law rules above all citizens, no matter their station.

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  34. tonyroberts says:

    Hello Samina!

    I hope this finds you doing well.

    I see you have been a follower of “A Way With Words.” Great! Thank you.

    We have now transformed into, “Delight in Disorder: Faith & Mental Illness” (delightindisorder.org). I hope you will join us there. On the left sidebar, there is a box (below “Get More Delight”) for subscriptions so you can get the most of our mission.

    Take care & God bless,
    Tony

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