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ONCE by Mian Mohsin Zia


ONCE by Mian Mohsin Zia


"ONCE--- a potential diamond in the dust. This second novel by Mian Mohsin Zia mixes elements of attraction, obsession, selfishness, control and sacrifice in what is 'almost' a compelling multi-level riff on the entire love story genre. Mian Mohsin Zia is an author with future. His talent is authentic, his bright future. This could be a rear jerker movie...and Zia could evolve into a John Fowles. Add this book to your library and follow Zia's career." BURL BARER, Edgar Award Winner and New York Times Best-Selling Author, USA.

"This novel will leave you wanting a sequel as this love story must continue. Mian Moshin Zia writes from the heart.  As the story is peppered with poetry you will find yourself returning to read them again and again." READERS' FAVORITE, USA.

"MIAN pens this beautifully and with its twists and turns he left me wanting more. I never expected what was going to be the final showdown. Read it you won't be disappointed." CAROLINE OAKES, British Film, TV, Theatre and Voiceover Actress, UK.

"Intriguing!!! This is a great book... a wonderful quick read, The writing style of this type of romance is unlike any other.. Very unique. The author has a way of making the story line very intriguing. I love how he book starts off very comfortable and then it takes you off your seat rooting for them. I would highly recommend this book to anyone." -- SAMANTHA HEER, Hollywood Actress, USA.

"A different kind of love story - riveting. The reader is transported on an emotional journey. There were several lessons I learned from this very enjoyable tale. 1. Unconditionally supportive friendships need to be valued and appreciated. 2. A person should not hide behind the facade of who he or she is supposed to be, based on who they always have been. 3. We need to be open to experience the full depth of our feelings and to be honest in our emotions. 4. When true love does come into our life, we need to recognize it for what it is and go for it. Mian did a nice job in character development. I liked his characters, and, more importantly, I cared what happened to them. It was certainly worth the read." LISA RYAN, Founder of Grategy, President of Ohio National Speakers Association, Award-winning Speaker, Best-selling author, USA.

"It was truly an amazing novel, that described the reality experience in a way that no other author has done. A book that shows us the reality of relationships and that not every relationship is a happily ever after tale. A Must-Read Book." PAULA PHILLIPS, Professional Book Reviewer, New Zealand.

"The timeless message of seizing the day, delivered with an interesting twist. Raw, emotional, detailed and well paced, ONCE is a relatively fast read that packs a powerful message into an interesting, paradoxical tale. Meaningful, surprise twists in ONCE make for a more interesting, thought provoking read. I enjoyed this story and the bittersweet afterthoughts it left me with." ELLEN DuBOIS, Author, USA.

"Best Love Story Ever! Once - Ask Me Anything, Not Love is not your traditional love story. There is a very spiritual message here not only for the characters but also for the reader. This novel will leave you wanting a sequel as this love story must continue. Mian Moshin Zia writes from the heart. This was very easy to follow and the way the characters are portrayed are very believable. Mian knows how to put his feelings to words and his words of a desperate man in love will cut to the bone. As the story is peppered with poetry you will find yourself returning to read them again and again." LORRAINE CAREY, Author, Children's Literature Specialist and Teacher, Cayman Islands.

"I found the book, ONCE-----Ask Me Anything Not Love, to be very enjoyable and heartbreaking story at the same time to read. It is a story that stays with you long after you have finsihed reading it. I loved the style and voice of the author. The use of poems made the story even more believable and heartfelt for me as a reader. I felt his pain and heartache through the entire story. It is obvious that MIAN has done amazing amount of research on this book. The use of poems and artwork make the book unique and therefore amke others want to read." JAMIE MARTIN, Book Critique, USA.

"Interesting Read. When a novelist becomes self-indulgent, dashing to bits the heart of another, you get ONCE. The poetry is beautifully crafted, and the relationship between father and daughter is endearing." DEENA REMIEL, Governor's Teacher Recognition Award Winner-Gilbert, AZ, USA.

"Just the second thing which came from his pen and it is a marvel. The whole saga is full of ups and downs which binds the reader to stick into it and find what comes next. It's just not an art to write the book but a detailed work where the descriptions are given of various people and places throughout the book giving it a real story look that happened with the protagonist and MIAN did his job in a 'Perfect way'. A well written and well phrased story with a touching end. A must for 'Book lovers' and 'Lovers'. Waiting for your next venture eagerly." RUBY SODHI, Chartered Accountant, INDIA.

"ONCE is a great story full of characters that easily earn a place in  your heart. It has a surprising protagonist and an unexpected ending which keep it fresh and entertaining page after page. It relates to the deepest aspects of the human heart and explores issues which are easy to relate to but rarely explored. I especially enjoyed the poems that grace the pages of ONCE and are all original and beautifully written. I would recommend ONCE for everyone and will be awaiting new releases from Mian Mohsin Zia with anticipation from now on." JESSICA McKAMEY, Avid Book Reader, USA.

"This was an interesting read. I really enjoyed the descriptions of Kiev, someplace that I know I will never visit. Seeing through Morkel's eyes the first stirrings of love is unique. Enjoyed the minor characters and reading their advice. This book shows that not every love story has to have a traditional happy ending. There are different endings for everyone." ELLEN HOGAN, Avid Book Reader, USA.

"ONCE, was a surprisingly deep read. I was reminded as a Catholic, how GOD intends for us to love others. Mian encompasses characters from so many different worlds, different faiths, different emotional backgrounds, that it makes for a brilliant tapestry of human interaction. I agree with the reviewer who noted what a wonderful movie this would make. This book will surpass its already well established fan base. Read it, soak it in. His career is sure to go upwards from here." J.S. CHANCELLOR aka Breanne Braddy, Author, USA.

"I read this most beautiful book. I had planned to fast read this book but could not for each word had meaning and flowed one into the other. I understood the characters they were well crafted. I felt the emotion of the journey; I cried for the lost love that they both felt but I also cheered at the new lives that were shaped from their losses. This book talks about GOD and our everyday lives, how prayers are answered maybe not how we want them, HIS will not ours be done. We all live in the real world and this is a real book enjoy the read my friends ... hugs." LINDA A. SCOTT, Gifts of Dawn, USA.

"'Apt title'. This book is aptly titled because the protagonist in it knows nothing of love, which becomes his downfall. He believes he can live a life without a female companion, as well as a female in the books he writes. There is a Christian slant to the book, but it is positive and subtle. This would be a good read for anyone who likes to realize that we don't know what we've got till it's gone. There is a strong message of this here." JULIE ACHTERHOFF, Author, USA.

"ENGAGING READ, 'ONCE : ASK ME ANYTHING, NOT LOVE' by Author Mian Mohsin Zia is a journey of one man's struggle to find love. The sites of Kiev and the Ukrainian people come alive in this lively tale. Morkel's visit to unknown funerals and weddings was interesting and often amusing. Maya was refreshing and likable. An enjoyable read by a talented author." TAMERA E LAWRENCE, Award Winning Author, Pennsylvania, USA.

"A Unique Read! ONCE - Ask Me Anything, Not Love is written a unique style. I would have to say it is innocent, straightforward, and thought provoking. The author grabbed my heart. The story is very, very touching." PHOENIX, Author, USA.

"A love story like no other. A class of its own! This is one of those reads that will stick with me for a very long time. I finished it yesterday and I have been thinking about it all day. Wow, what a storyteller Zia is. This story just pulled at me and didn't let go. I was bouncing all over the place on what to give this. I won't lie, I had tears in my eyes.
I don't want to give away anything, but this book truly blew me away. It was just so powerful and enlightening. The emotions that went through me reading this were so overwhelming and heart wrenching. There were times I had to stop and take a breather a time or two. This isn't your everyday contemporary romance. It belongs in a class of its own. The ending is so emotionally draining and I know not everything can be tied up into a perfect little bow, but dammit, I shall beg for a sequel. I don't think this review did this book justice. You just have to read this for yourself. Truly incredible." DIANA @Offbeat Vagabond, Avid Book Reader and Reviewer, USA.

"Powerful! Words are to the literary novelist and poet, what color is to a master painter, or notes to a gifted composer. Zia packs a lifetime of love, loss, melancholy, and forgiveness in 142 pages of masterful prose written in first person. He includes three poems to earmark and reread for themselves. I have only felt the undercurrents of such powerful depths in today's words of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Khalid Hosseini.
Zia's novel portends much for his honor of Allah and his country, Pakistan. I believe that the combination of the power of faith and the uncertainty of a homeland in the currents of change may be the gristmill that produces such true and profound works. This is a book or E-book to place where it can be read over and over and over again, for each time there will be something new to discover and savor, whether you read it in English or in Russian." JORJA DAVIS, Award Winning Author and Poet, USA.

"A Talented Author! When I started reading Once, I could not put it down. I found it to be a powerful religious love story and one that begs to have a sequel. And as the book unfolded, I started seeing it as a movie, perhaps one made for the Lifetime Movie Network.
New York Times bestselling author and Edgar Award winner Burl Barer stated, 'Mian is an author with a future -- hopefully one with a mainstream publishing house.' And I concur." CYNTHIA A. HARRIS aka Black Lilac Kitty, Book Reviewer and Blogger, USA.

"5 Star Review! This novel is completely different from anything I have ever read or expect to read in this genre.  Not to say there is anything wrong with the novel at all.  It was edited very well and precise in writing style.  It is not an “Americanized” love story at all! I was taken aback. It was sort of like watching an independent film with a different writing style and a very pure, innocent love story.
I did enjoy “Once---Ask Me Anything, Not Love” because it was different… Totally different! Don’t kid yourself thinking that this is just a romance, it is a sophisticated and complicated story which uses God as the focus. I have to give the Author, Mian Moshin Zia a five stars for “Once---Ask Me Anything, Not Love” is truly unique." EMILY GUIDO, Author, USA.

"Loosing myself into the characters of 'Once, Ask Me Anything, Not Love' by Mian Mohsin Zia I find myself giggling at the main characters' actions, I can feel the embarrassment in the awkward moments, and I struggle with anticipation as the story comes to an end. I love a book that draws me in, makes me feel, and brings me to see beyond myself- this book does just that. Get your copy and enjoy." HEATHER MILLWARD aka H. E. OLSEN, Author, USA.

"It is a journey of longing and discovery that will leave you surprised and shocked at the end. If you have never experienced love, then you need to read this book." LORRAINE PRICE, Book Reviewer, USA.

Book Trailer

Excerpt from "O N C E-----Ask me anything, not Love" 

Beautiful women and ordinary men marry each other only out of love. So I ask you, what is love? Why do people “fall in love?” Falling is a somewhat negative concept; when you fall, you get hurt. Therefore, I say it is better that one does not fall in love...otherwise one will get hurt. Although many people might agree with me, they will not do as I suggest.

Do not expect a love story penned from my hands; I do not write love stories because I am “M---, No Time for Love”. I am the one who enjoys doing what others do not; for example, not having time to waste on love like other people.

However, with a smile as cute as a small child’s, the innocence of an angel and eyes that hold something special and secret, she makes me go against myself and the rules I have in place regarding love. Her aura is incredible; it makes me want to become part of her life, part of her story, and learn how to know her better than she knows herself. I want to be her shadow, the reflection that she sees in the mirror. I am addicted to her.

“Good morning,” I greet you all with this saying; good morning friends and others. I know that it is actually evening, but I say good morning because today the sun has dawned upon my life; this very moment in fact. I am truly honoured. The sunshine and the honour do not belong only to me, but also to someone else...to her. 

It is said that one does not get everything that one wishes to have. However, my friends think differently about me. They believe that I have everything of which a man can dream. Ask me, and I will tell you that the one thing I wished for the most I never received.

I have words that I have never written,
And a story that was never read,
Because when I try
I can only cry,
For I'm a writer with no golden pen.

I do not know how long I have lived this way, or how long I will keep living this way; seasons come and go, the sun dawns and dusk falls, but still I wait for you. I love this bench, this air, the sun, moon, sky, sand, water and everything else here, because I feel that these things are the things I share with you. All I have left to do with my life is keep thinking about you.

If I could fly, no birds could catch me,
If I could run, you know I'd be free.
If I could write, every other writer
Would cease to pen their words,
But I can't, so I guess I'm just me.

As I am consumed by guilt, I notice that breathing is a chore. No one sees my pain, or if they do, they ignore it. Ignore the pain; ignore the tears that will not fall from eyes that can no longer sleep...eyes that see only the past. No matter what people say, the guilt does not dissipate. Knowing what I did, knowing it was my fault, brings emptiness to reign over my body and soul. The shattered pieces of my broken heart are slowly disappearing, forever, with my happiness. Where is the voice that will pull me out of this black hole? Where are the arms that will shield me from the pain? The pain of knowing what I did and what might have been.

What sight has caught my eyes? With quivering lips and shivering hands, I stand with insurmountable patience and wait. My land is now the home of love and pain. When will this waiting end? Does it have an end? Was my mistake so bad, that I am now to remain deprived of you? What will the end of our story be?

“I always enjoy doing things others do not,” I answer one of the questions posed by a reporter at the conference marking the successful launch of my recent novel, “Home of Pain.”

“There is a common thing so far within your novels,” a reporter states. “We have not seen a love story from you. In your novels there is never a woman protagonist; all your novels have a male protagonist and women do not feature in any significant roles. Why do you not write a novel with a woman as the central character?”

“You should not expect a love story from me; remember that I am ‘M---, No Time for Love,’” I turn to answer the reporter who has posed the question. “I believe that in order to write a novel with a woman as the central character, one is in need of inspiration. No one has inspired me yet. Why do we always need to have a woman in every story? My fans love and appreciate my work as it is, and I am thankful to them for always being so honest and kind towards me. As you know, I have also received many awards for my work, which is a classic example and demonstration of the fact that people like my novels as they are. I do not believe in love stories.”

“Tell us about any future projects,” another reporter asks. “What do you have to offer your readers?”

“I have not planned any projects yet,” again I turn and respond. “As everyone knows, after each novel I take a break and go for a vacation. This time I plan to go to the Ukraine. However, as soon as I come back and plan something I will let you know about it.”

“How do you see novel writing?” another question is posed before I can take my leave.

“Novel writing is all about not taking yourself seriously, but taking your work seriously. It is all about observing people, comprehending their emotions and feelings; absorbing everything.” Before another question can come my way, I end the conference. “No more questions please. Enjoy the party and I hope you all have a good time. My love to you all.”

Next morning I meet with my publisher, Fraser Isitt, who is also a friend of mine. He is a good-looking person for an older man, with thick black hair that offsets his fair complexion. As I enter his office, he looks up from his desk and causally remarks, “So you are going to the Ukraine? I do not believe you mentioned that to me.”

I knew he would bring this up. “I told everyone about it at last night’s party,” I remark. He wants me to visit other places, like Paris, New York or San Francisco, rather than the Ukraine for my holiday. “I always enjoy things that others do not,” I flip the comment at him, as if he should understand me by now.

“Yeah, yeah. That is a typical M response,” he shakes his head. “When will you be leaving?”

“Tomorrow evening,” I quickly reply. “Take care and look after everything here, as I do not want anyone disturbing me during the vacation.”

“Do not worry,” his response is curt, but warm. “It is not the first time I have had to do this. I have been managing you for a long time. Listen M, before you go I want to say one thing. You are an awesome novelist; people eagerly anticipate your books. If you wrote a love story, it would set the city on fire. Think it over, please. People would be surprised and pleasantly shocked to learn that you are writing a love story. Imagine what we would get in advance bookings, publications and the bulk of sponsors that would be on our doorstep when the world hears that M is writing a love story.”

“Stop day-dreaming,” I cut him off before he can speak anymore. “You know that I am not interested in writing love stories and thus you have never made me do so. Do not get on my nerves now.”

“I know you have not yet written a love story and do not desire to write one,” he brashly responds, “but I will continue to get on your nerves until you plot one out. Anyway, good luck on your vacation and I hope that you have a safe flight.” He sends me off with his best wishes and I leave to return home to my packing and preparation.

The next evening I dress in my traditional suit of complete black attire, with my favourite watch, before I leave for the airport and my vacation. I am fond of watches and have a large collection from which to choose.

I board my flight and am on my way to the Ukraine.

"ONCE" boasts everything you could possibly look for in a novel. It has drama, romance, and love in action. It will take you on a heart-pounding emotional rollercoaster ride. It also includes three custom poems, two by the author himself and one modified by the author according to the need of the book, by consent of the original creator. Some added features accompanying this book include a picture gallery representing the female protagonist fresh off the streets of Ukraine and exclusive to this work, an international team who has worked hard to bring you this work of art, ranging from the United States of America all the way to South Africa. 

"ONCE" also contains strong religious commentary, focusing on Christian's love for God, church, prayer and each other, as well as bringing some elements of Islam into discussion as well.

What would you do if you hurt the woman you loved beyond what is in human nature to forgive? That is the problem that Morkel has to overcome.

As the celebrated author, ‘M---, No Time for Love’, Morkel has vowed to never write a love story, or a story with a female protagonist. A staunch bachelor, Morkel is set in his ways; he has vowed to never fall in love. However, during a holiday in Kiev Morkel meets a ‘person of interest’; someone who will change his life forever. Though, as his name suggests, he still has ‘no time for love’.

Unfortunately, as he is about to learn, love has time for him and it has come knocking at the door of his heart. Will he open the door or ignore the knocking? Will he abandon the title he has worked so hard to create, and, by so doing, forge for himself a new title and destiny?

How long can love wait for Morkel?

How long will Morkel wait for love?

Great love stories do not have a perfect ending; their imperfection makes them great and immortal. It is said that life is stranger than fiction, and that holds very true. In real life, we cannot predict what will happen next or how the future will unfold. If we could predict the future, then life would not be real. You will get perfect endings only in fairytales, because they are set in the imagination of the creator. Real life is far different to fairytales.

For example, in a movie the police officer might get hit by a multitude of bullets and survive, because he is scripted as the hero. The antagonist, however, will get hit once, in the hand, and die because he is scripted to die. Similarly, throughout confusions in life, in the movies the hero and heroine are scripted to fall in love and live happily ever after.

Life is not scripted by us.

In life you seldom get a chance to correct your errors. If a police officer gets shot by a multitude of bullets, unless he is wearing Kevlar, he will die or have to bear the scars of his mistake for the rest of his life. Similarly, the mistake Morkel made led him to the ultimate price he had to pay. She met him once in life and he had the opportunity to make her his forever, but he lost that opportunity. Life does not give everyone a second chance; never let the day go by when you do not tell the one you love how much you love them. Say it, even if it is only once.

Love and life are all about making the right decisions at the right time. “Strike while the iron is hot”, that is how the saying goes. Therefore in love, the instant you realise you love someone, tell them. Do not wait for the other person to say it first…you might end up waiting for a lifetime and losing what you could have gained. You might end up consumed by guilt; the guilt of knowing what you did and wondering what could have been.

You do not see the other person’s flaws when you are in love, but you realise that is what makes them who they are…unique. When you do meet that special woman who makes you float and smile all the time, and you cannot stop thinking of her, please tell her you love her for all her unique qualities; her laugh, her smile, her soul, the twinkle in her eye...on and on. Whether she is plain, thin, fat, eight-foot tall or two-foot tall, tell her you love her just as she is... A woman’s feelings get hurt very easily, therefore, never waste a single second after you fall in love.

One important point should be brought into consideration; Love should never be associated with flirting. True love is felt and does not require itself to be found while you date many people. If you think that you need to find love and have to date or flirt, then you are lying to yourself. In the quest of love always remember; do not break someone’s heart, or play with someone’s emotions or feelings. Beware: you will have to answer for every heart you break on the road to your destiny.

The one common thing in this whole universe is love. So love and be loved. Love binds, love connects, love solaces, and love heals. Every religion teaches about love and so does mine. Islam teaches to love and spread the message of love. It is not about ‘you’ and ‘me.’ It is about ‘we.’ ‘We; the people.’ Life is nothing when we get everything, but life is everything when we miss something. The value of people can be realised in their absence only.

“ONCE” Team Feat

Antonina Zmeyevets (Female Protagonist) from Ukraine talks about ONCE

Antonina Zmeyevets

Your experience about working on “ONCE”:
I was one of a happy witness to creation of the ONCE. Mian was very inspired when he was writing his novel. He shared his thoughts, his ideas. It was very precious to me. I always admire him and I always wonder how he can combine being such a professional, creative writer and such an exciting person. I felt very happy when I was able to help him in some way and be a part of this great process of creating a novel “ONCE”.

Comments about “ONCE”:
I’m very intrigued after reading some extracts from the ONCE and I’m ever so impatient in hope to read this novel as soon as possible! I’m deeply sure that it will be the tastiest cocktail of love, friendship, breathtaking stories and situations!

Anything that you want to say about Mian; comments about Mian:
I have never met as bright and uncommon person as Mian is. He has a very kind heart and a singing soul. He always helps people all over the world. Without any doubts, he is unique, very talented and artistic. I’m proud that I know him personally.

Anything else:
Everybody is looking for sources of happy life. But not everybody knows that only the one way of being happy exists – to help another people, make them happier and glad. Such people like Mian know this secret. I found out it after meeting him. Don’t tell this secret anybody. Just make our world happier.

Joanne Bolton (Proof-reader) from South Africa talks about ONCE

Joanne Bolton

Your experience about working on “ONCE”:
It was a wonderful experience to work with Mian on his second novel, “O N C E”, after working with him on his first novel as well. While he remained mostly the same person, kind, caring and with extreme patience, he seemed better equipped this time around to handle the minor hiccups that will naturally occur while writing anything of such length.

Comments about “ONCE”:
“ONCE” is a wonderful book, and this, I think, is based on his growing experience as a writer and not on content alone. The plot and story weave together wonderfully to create a scintillating experience for the readers, while the characters reveal their true natures throughout the book and develop nicely as one continues reading. One should find the character of Anja a very warm and loving character, as she has been perfectly scripted this way.

Anything that you want to say about Mian; comments about Mian:
We first met over MSN four or five years ago and the friendship has grown since then. I am grateful to Mian for his extreme patience in the face of technical disasters and mishaps. Although, at times, he can be a tad impatient, most of the time an attitude of patience is shown. I believe that the impatience stems from wanting things done quickly, and the over-arching patience comes from the knowledge that, if you want something done properly, you cannot be too impatient with the person doing that thing for you.

Anything else:
“ONCE” is a great read and I am sure that, once you read it, you will agree with me completely.

Erik Walker (Original creator of the poem: It's Just Me) from USA talks about ONCE

Erik Walker

Your experience about working on “ONCE”:
It has been my pleasure and honor to be a part of the ONCE team. Mian asked for my permission to use a poem I had written, and told me of what a great poem it was. I am still unable to put to words how much that means to me, and so I am grateful to contribute to the ONCE team. It makes me feel like a genuinely talented person to hear how much my help and work is appreciated, and for that reason alone, I am a proud member.

Comments about “ONCE”:
Once is a romantic novel, and the public knows little about it. What little information has been provided has been enough to entice future readers to learn more, and Mian is doing a fantastic job of building the suspense. I look forward to reading ONCE myself, and learning more about the mystery of all it entails.

Anything that you want to say about Mian; comments about Mian:
Mian has certainly got a wonderful life ahead of him, being so young yet so successful. He is a very confident person, and very dedicated. I learned so much from what little interaction I have with him, including his incredible patience and understanding for all people and things. He also genuinely looks to helping others, as he has done for the entire once team. It is because of him that most, if not all of us, are where we’ve always wanted to be.

Anything else:
I, myself, am a writer much like Mian. Our tastes are a little different, but so is anybody’s. I have never imagined that my work would go beyond my own personal journal, though I often dreamed that it would. I look forward to one day publishing a collection of my poetries, and perhaps even a novel of my own. If it weren’t for Mian, these would only be pipe-dreams, and I can never thank him enough for that.

Larissa (Designer) from Mexico talks about ONCE


Your experience about working on “ONCE”:
Me, about working as a ONCE team member, I´m really thankful with Mian´s patience, he is so kind I can’t even know how to thank him. For my personal appreciation I don’t do much more than he does for the book, maybe in the deep of my heart I want to help such a friend as Mian, but in the real circumstances he was the great man, he makes all work out. I’m glad that he did.

Comments about “ONCE”:
The book is a mystery for all, including me lol. Once I thought I could taste the book by working in it, I was totally wrong. Mian is more than intelligent to keep up the mystery and intrigue of book. I'm waiting impatiently to read it. I’m sure it would be awesome.

Anything that you want to say about Mian; comments about Mian:
I don’t really remember when I first met Mian (I’m so forgetful lol), but I’m sure it was a lovely sunny day. He is a nice and kind person, who inspires everyone he meets. I’m sure he is a great man, a great son, a great person and a really lovely and devout man. I’m glad I once met him.

Anything else:
Far as I know, the world is always been up to new things, to new stuff to entertain, to new special persons. And for me Mian and Once are a combined pleasure of circumstances that you should have to meet, have and keep. If you are reading this, I’m glad you did, you wouldn’t regret it. Thanks.

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