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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247 Responses to About

  1. Welcome to WWWW where we appreciate those who dedicate themselves to doing good.

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  2. dilipnaidu says:

    Your words “We seek security and safety to live a better life” are inspiring and so is the theme of your blog.

    Happy blogging 🙂

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  3. opreach says:

    Thank you for following. You have interesting articles!

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  4. annetbell says:

    I agree so much about thanking these often unsung heroes. Thanks for liking my Pondicherry Blessing post. I am so pleased. Hope you stop by soon and often…..namaste. . . . .Anne

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    • Thanks for such kind words about my post. I have already visited you blog. I loved the beautiful posts and photos. I am your fan now and I’ll be visiting often. Take care.

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  5. Wonderful post. My son-in-law is a police officer in a small Kansas town, and he makes all the difference on so many levels. It’s not an easy career.
    Well done!

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    • Thank you so much for liking my post and for a wonderful comment. Glad to hear that your son in law is a police officer so you know how much these protectors do for us and how much difference they make in our lives on a daily basis. You have a wonderful blog and I would return to browse thru the beautiful posts regarding you and your mother. It deals with everything that touches us all. Loved the photos of your family . Very inspiring blog. Take care.

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  6. Beautiful “About Page”. Thank-you for following my blog. All the best. Renee 🙂

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  7. beeseeker says:

    Hello Samina and a big thanks for finding the time to visit and follow my beeseeker blog.
    I will, when I have a little more time have a “mooch” around your part of the Ethernet.

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  8. please forgive this late reply but i’ve been a little overwhelmed with an abundance of ‘likes’ and ‘new friends’, i am so behind schedule in my thank you’s like this one to you for taking so much of your time, reading so many of my words. it means so much to me, ty so much.

    and i have not forgotten the award post, it will be addressed next week, ty again my friend::::enjoy::::

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    • You are doing great and I am very happy for you my friend. And please do not oppologize I understand one gets very busy. And please you don’t have to go thru the award post I relax the rules for you. Happy now. I have not done award posts for so many awards and I will see how I will manage them in time. W bloggers must understand this. This does not mean I will not nominate you again. I will and will forgive the rules.

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  9. Marcella Rousseau says:

    A few weeks ago a police officer came to my aid because I accidentally left my keys in my car while trying to help a Lowes employee load my new lawnmower in my car. The officer was quick and got the job done without a scratch on my car. I was so grateful that I didn’t have to call a locksmith and pay a fee!

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    • It surely is a nice feeling to get help when you need it and without any hassle. Police officers are known to help the public and I would say they are the most visible public servants in the real sense of the word. We must respect them and honor them in the best possible way we can, and this is the message of my blog as well. Thanks for sharing your positive experience. Take care. I am a healthy eating freak and I love your blog.

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  10. willowdot21 says:

    Hello and I hope you are well, I do want to say thank you for reading so many of my post ! I hope you have a good week!! 😉

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  11. Harold Green says:

    Hi Samina, thank you for discovering my blog http://www.throughharoldslens.com. It gave me the opportunity to discover, explore and Follow your blog. Hope we both enjoy our journeys. I apologize for responding to you so late, but I have been on a brief journey to the USA and out of touch with Through Harold’s Lens. Best, Harold.

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    • Thank you so much for discovering and following my blog. It gives me opportunity to discover your beautiful blog. We will enjoy our journeys no doubt about it. Thanks again for visiting me. Stay in touch. Happy travel and happy blogging. Take care.

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  12. Nora L Pratt says:

    Thank you for stopping in and for the ‘follow’ – I’ve been blessed to know many police officers. It’s a tough career and has taken its toll on some dear friends (some who are no longer with us); you have a wonderful site here… Again, thank you for stopping in and hope to see you back again…

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    • My pleasure. Thank you so much for your kind words about my blog. Yes there is no doubt police officers career is a tough one in every way, and who would know better than you who have had wonderful police officer friends. I have visited your blog and found it very genuine and inspiring. I was touched by the posts. You are doing a wonderful job at it. I would be visiting you and I hope to see you here soon. Take care my friend.

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  13. Thank You for the follow.

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  14. cindyhfrench says:

    thank you for your blog. It is magnificent how you honor police officers. Most of them are great officers who are decent, law-abiding citizens themselves and I think they try and do a good job of policing themselves unless they are too beaten down by higher ups that get into power in certain cities-I’m talking US. I know nothing of Canadian woes. I only have a wonderful and dear friend who is a Canadian and I know I am followed by others. If ever I can be of service or offer prayer, please do not hesitate to ask… I am honored that you follow me.

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    • Thank you so much for your very kind words about my blog and myself. I feel honored and delighted that you have visited me. I would also offer my heartfelt thanks for the offer of service and most preciously the offer of prayer. It is very nice of you to offer to prayer. I am a firm believer that it is the prayer that can save us from every evil. I find your blog very inspirational but I have to return to it to read more of your posts which I will do often. Hope to see you soon and I prayed for your health and happiness. God bless and take care.

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  15. Well, as a fellow blogger, op-ed writer and investigative journalist, I understand what it takes to weave together relevant commentary. And it is especially important to come across a blog which offers a forum for police support. Too many bash their efforts.
    That being said, perhaps your readers would be interested in this too – http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/10/terror_cop.html …it is a relevant op-ed.

    Nice blog!

    Adina Kutnicki, Israel http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

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    • Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for very kind words about my blog. Yes my blog honors the Police, and I feel proud in highlighting what they do for us. I have read your article “terrorist cop” and I am very pleased with its contents. I would recommend it to my readers for sure since this is in positive spirit. Thanks again for the visit and I find your blog very educational and enlightening as well. I would visit you often. Take care my friend.

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  16. CindyHFrench says:

    You were very generous to offer me such an award. Until I saw it on your site, I had not heard of such an award! Inner Peace! Wow! I do regret to tell you that the link I was to click didn’t work. I tried it several times. And it just kept telling me it couldn’t find the page. It did bring me back to your blog but that was it. Still, it was a very nice thought! Thank you!
    Cindy

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  17. Martin Shone says:

    Hello, thank you for following my poetry blog 🙂

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  18. prayingforoneday says:

    Please Accept this Award and Song
    http://prayingforoneday.wordpress.com/2013/07/17/the-shine-on-award-with-song/
    The “Shine on” Award represents love and hope and friendship
    Please pass this on, if you have it, type “Awarded x2 below it, or x3”
    Please, Shine On and accept and add the song in, so the song goes with the Award

    Shaun x

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  19. Indira says:

    So true Samina ‘“We seek security and safety to live a better life”

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    • Thanks for visiting my blog, and following and liking my posts. I truly appreciate it. Safety and security has become an issue in these times so we look forward to a peaceful carefree life. Thanks once again. I love your blog, I have visited it. See you soon. Take care.

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  20. Brittius says:

    Wonderfully written. Thank you for supporting The Thin Blue Line. Not many understand the Job. Fewer understand that our families bear the burden and brunt of what must be experienced during any given tour of duty, and then carrying the scars, back home at the end of the shift. Being able to be there to help others is the reward of knowing you did your job and helped another person. The reality of it is, I missed birthdays. I missed anniversaries. I worked almost every holiday. I missed social functions. I disappointed my wife and kids by not being there for them, as I was in Central Booking, or the District Attorney’s office, or Criminal Court, or State Supreme Court, or the Grand Jury, or training, or filling an absentee slot that could not go unmanned, or hunting down someone that society could not bear to have loose preying on a community. During my years, I made 574 arrests and earned 48 citations. Many others, did much, much more, and paid a greater price of alienation from friends and family. It’s a thankless job, that only became more and more political in nature, as time progressed. Keeping the streets safe, is a Calling. I continue to notice things amiss with people on the street. Many times, I revert back into an on-duty mode, when something of a criminal nature occurs. Today’s cops, don’t even ask if I was a cop, because when we talk, they know it, within the first few seconds. In my heart and in my brain, I am still, a cop.

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    • After reading your response I am truly impressed by the truthful account of your responsibilities and how seriously you take them. General public lacks the wisdom and understanding of the critical nature of your job. Simply put we feel safe and secure because of the concern you have for the citizens which most of the times comes at a cost of innumerable personal sacrifices. Every pleasure of a common person is tied to your care. We are free and happy because you are our guardians. Please keep on providing the necessary protection, we thrive on that. Thanks for your visit, for liking my post and following my blog. I am glad you appreciate my lifelong mission to support our protectors, you being one of them. Take care and have a lovely weekend.

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  21. Just wanted to pop over and say thanks for taking an interest in my zany little blog! 🙂

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  22. It’s an honor to have you following my blog! I’ll look forward to getting to know you better, thank you. Blessings,

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  23. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    Ah, this explains much! 🙂
    A worthy police officer is very worthy.

    I’ve just read online a report on a young black man in the US who waved to police because he thought they were familiar, but the police suddenly swooped their car in front of him, ordered him off his bike, handcuffed him, threatened him with a taser and hammered him with questions without letting him answer. If I started this by saying, “a young pastor who is also a firefighter and has four children who waved at the police” you wouldn’t quite get what I’m saying. But yes, he was a pastor and firefighter, & only when the police learned that last bit, they became less aggressive & settled down. It’s difficult to have respect for police who treat people waving at them with a smile on their face, like that – but to all the good parts of what you write I say ‘wonderful to hear’.

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    • I agree with you that in the light of the incident that you have quoted it is very difficult to respect that particular police officer. Yet you will agree with me that in every organization there are good and there are depraved individuals. Sometimes the bad actions of one can overshadow the good of the thousands. Here media sensationalizes these kinds of negative incidents and hardly mentions the good these officers do every moment. I have read about the many incidents where a police officer stopped to help the person waving for help and in return ended up getting shot in the face. Policing is a very difficult and dangerous profession and the more I am learning about it the more respect and honor I have for them. They go out every day knowing well that they may never return for dinner with their families. Sometimes over cautious approach is better than risking their lives and losing them forever. I appreciate your taking so much time for sharing such lovely thoughts and for such beautiful compliments. Thanks and God bless.

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  24. Thank you for following my blog. I am very touched – especially when I see the thoughtful and important stuff you write about. Thank you for showing me perspectives on law enforcement I don’t usually notice or think about – and for you blogging example which I am sure I can learn a lot from.

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    • Thank you so much for such kind and encouraging words about my blog. I am making an effort to educate myself and my blogger friends about those aspects of law enforcement which most of us take for granted or never notice at all. Our protectors do so much for us and as a society unless we understand their role in society fully we cannot reach out to them to offer our support and respect which they so rightly deserve. I am glad you find the information on my blog important and thoughtful. See you soon. Take care and have a lovely day. God bless.

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  25. prayingforoneday says:

    Please accept this Award
    http://prayingforoneday.wordpress.com/2013/08/22/the-versatile-blogger/
    I tried to give to new followers or now blog I liked.
    Thanks, Shaun
    PS: IF YOU DON’T ACCEPT AWARDS, COULD YOU PASS IT TO A FRIEND?
    Thank you

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  26. Would generally agree; however, here in the U.S. the climate has changed – Laws that favor the criminal element, and ignore the victims. Police are hamstrung by these developments. You’re probably aware of the ability of government to spy on its own citizens via technology. (check out my “Big Brother” and Rogue Government” tabs.)

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    • Thank you for your input. I really appreciate it. I will check out the tabs you have mentioned. Thanks again for visiting and commenting. Take care and have a lovely day. I apologize for the late response.

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  27. Thank you for checking out my blog! And I really like yours as well, good writing is always appreciated in the blogosphere. I believe education, spreading the word, is the first step needed to change the world, because ignorance won’t get us very far.
    Happy blogging!

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  28. Thanks Sarah for a lovely comment and I agree education and spreading the word is the first step towards changing the world. I have visited your beautiful blog and am impressed with what you are doing for conservation education. Good luck in your studies and your noble mission to serve the animals and serve our planet.

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  29. Thank you Samina for choosing to follow our Blog, it is appreciated but I’m sorry that I have taken so long in responding, I have been away in Sydney.

    How good of you to uphold the Police force and to commend them, most are honest and can be trusted fully, well done, I will look forward to your future messages.

    Christian Love from both of us – Anne

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    • Thanks for the lovely comment and appreciation of what my blog stands for. I look forward to interacting with you. I have visited your beautiful and inspirational blog and love the spirit of goodness that it stands for. I would be back to browse through your posts and to comment on them. Take care and hope to hear from you soon. God bless and lots of love.

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  30. Nowan Zen says:

    As a Police Chaplain, I applaud your statements. Thank You!

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  31. Cheri L. says:

    What an awesome idea for a blog! Our police officers deserve our respect and support.
    Thanks for stopping by The Brass Rag! Come back and see us again soon.

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  32. Jixi Fox says:

    great to meet you… 🙂

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  33. Thanks for subscribing to my blog!

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  34. Thank you for your visit and following my blog, Mifration-X3. I find yours very interesting and I will take a closer look of its content. I will follow you to because you have very interesting posts here which could be valuable and of interest to reblogge on my secons blog ”Partager la Magie – Sharing the Magic”. I wish you a very nice week…

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  35. hi saminaiqbal27 , i’ve returned again to thank you again and again for liking my poetry and prose lately, your Gravatar has certainly not gone unnoticed by me. i always so appreciate seeing it on my pages. peace and have a wonderful day!

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    • Hi! There. What a pleasant surprise to see you here. I love your poetry and prose and like to read them, so the pleasure is mine my friend. Peace to you as well and you take care and God bless.

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  36. I have just popped over from my recent comments. I apprecaite the offer to have story appear on your blog. I believe that all you have to do is reblog. I was going to look for the uniformed photos of my hubby but I am not able to at the moment. There is a small family issue that I am taking care of. Perhap’s just posting it with the photos I had on there. It would be fine.
    I honor you for being a great supporter of law enforcement. Your blog is worthy of many, many followers.
    Thank You,
    Isadora

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    • Thank you so much. Reblog would be just wonderful. Tonight I am posting the commissioner of police’s message regarding female harassment in police culture. After this in a six days I will reblog your post. I am honored to do that. Thank you so much for the permission.

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  37. Good morning Samina! It gives me great pleasure to present two awards to you: the Sunshine and Inner Peace awards. I hope you’ll accept them because there are few people as deserving as you. How I love and appreciate your strength and encouragement to others around the world! You can check out the details on my site today and congratulations,

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  38. Oh, I forgot to say, “Including ME!” not just others!!! 🙂 I know you knew I meant that, 🙂

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  39. Thank you so much for following my blog! You write well for a good cause. My appreciation!

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  40. lightsigns says:

    The police officer – the honest one – is probably one of the hardest jobs i can think of, especially in the current era. But rest assured, this profession will have it’s credibility and honor restored soon, so it’ll be recognized once again what great individuals true police officers really are. The upcoming fall of the dark forces will make it a much more enjoyable experience to work for the protection and the well-being of society, as it should be.
    I’d also like to thank you for your many likes on my blog. Although i merely post links to the work of others, it kinda makes the whole thing worthwhile.

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  41. Thank you so much for your valuable input. I do agree with you an honest Police Officer’s job is one of the most dangerous and hardest of all professions. I admire your positive spirit that which I also believe in. Fall of dark and evil forces is the call of the time. Let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best. Cheers for a positive change in society. Thanks once again for your visit. Take care and God bless.

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  42. CJ says:

    Samina you may already know of this site…Officer Down Memorial Page?
    http://www.odmp.org/ They also honor K-9s there too.

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    • Thank you so much my friend. I didn’t know of this site but I have visited it and put a bookmark on it. It is a very touching site. Thank you for suggesting it. I really appreciate it. Take care and God bless.

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