Saturday, 10 January 2015

Mizan Tha ♥♪♥ Akim Mohamad


Mizan Rahman was a great man and is a strong writer with his depth and width.
I had some  chances to meet him while he was visiting New York, possibly Aug/Sept,2013. We had long discussions and some debates on our ancient  Indian civilization, medieval Muslim civilization and modern European civilization; and as well  Bangla art and literature. I wondered of his spectrum of knowledge. And when I think about him, I always visualize a library on moving. 
But now he is fixed on a pint. He left me and us, and left behind his heavy works. And here he is, my Mizan Tha (according to his choice). We had talks once/twice a month. Two weeks back, we were talking about his book what is waiting to be published.
I didn't know that much about his personal or professional life; but I know, he was a professor of Mathematics; and he has some extraordinary works in his own discipline.
He was a good critic of my literary works, though we had differences and debates between. I'm less than half of his age-may be or not-this is the reason of the gaps, though I know he was always up to the date.
However it is, I'll never get response from his famous phone and email number, and this is true. And this is not easy to carry the load of lose.
Whatever it is, you are here Mizan Tha, with your works, among us.
The best wishes of you, forever.
Akim Mohamad
Akim Mohamad
2015 January 10
Appendix A: Email Communication
Jan-Feb 2015

2015 Feb 07

Prio Dr. Shafiul Islam Vai,
I arranged a photo to serve the purpose what you asked for.
I've no reservation to admit my lacking of technical know how to impose the photo on proper place in right way. Thats why I'm gonna sending my photo so that you can use it proper way.
I have tried couple of times on your given phone #, but I failed to reach you. Hopefully we can do that on next available time.
Herewith, I like to take a chance to send you two of my following articles 
01. My Photo
02. Writer's Manifesto
03. A Short Story
Valo thakun, ei ashai

akim mohamad

2015 Feb 05


Dear Dr. Shafiul Islam Vai,
Last time while I was talking to Manish-Thi (Dr. Manisha Roy, Boston,MA), she was asking me if I have introduced to you already, but in fact I had never any chance to do that.
However, now, this is my pleasure to have a chance to contact to you. How much I could know, you're an IT professional with long mission and vision.
I have a biological science background and doing in a research lab and thats all for my bread and butter.
Actually I'm a man of literature and there is my heart and passion from top to bottom. ' Bideshi kono boiplobik shahitter amdani noi, borong deshio shahittey ek boiplobik poriborton'-ei amader mission and vision, ebong ami tarei ek samanno kormi.
I like to take a chance to send you my following articles as an attached files.
01. Writer's Manifesto 
02. Short Story

My phone # is [347-586-6866 (Cell)] and I'm available on Monday and Thursday between 5:00 to 11:00 PM EST
Valo thakun ei ashai

akim mohamad

On Sat, Jan 17, 2015 at 2:26 PM, Dr. Shafiul Islam <shafiul_i@yahoo.com> wrote:
Greetings Akim Mohamad,

Thanks for your reply.... I can be reached at 519 579 6843 EDT (Toronto, NY Time zone)
I just wanted to add your profile picture in this link....
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Vision Creates Value: Mizan Tha ♥♪♥ Akim Mohamad
Mizan Rahman was a great man and is a strong writer with his depth and width. I had some  chances to meet him while he was visiting New York, possibly Aug/Sept,2...
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 Best regards,


Shafiul
Shafiul Islam, PhD, CText FTI | 1-519-267-5585 | Skype: shafiul2010 | www.linkedin.com/in/shafiul2009
This communication is confidential and may contain privileged information protected by privacy and intellectual property legislation. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient or have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately. Thank you.

On Thursday, January 15, 2015 10:24 PM, Akim Mohamad <mika.writer@gmail.com> wrote:


Dear Shafiul Islam,
Sorry for late reply.
I'm pleased to receive your mail with greetings. Thank you for.
I'll be happy if I would have a chance to be introduced in between and talk to you. My cell phone # [347-586-6866]. I'll be available on Monday and Thursday between 6:00 to 9:00 PM after Jan 20,2015.To avoid any gap, please through a short message if I couldn't able to pick up your phone. OR, If you please give me your phone # and time, I'll contact you right way.
Right now I do not have any ready picture to use this purpose. If you give me some relax time, I'll arrange for.
Let me be grateful to you for your forwarding.
Valo thakun, ei ashai
akim mohamad


On Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 11:57 AM, Dr. Shafiul Islam <shafiul_i@yahoo.com> wrote:
Greetings Akim Mohamad,

Please email me your profile picture to be added with your memoirs below....

Shubharthee,

Shafiul
Shafiul Islam, PhD, CText FTI | 1-519-267-5585 | Skype: shafiul2010 | www.linkedin.com/in/shafiul2009
This communication is confidential and may contain privileged information protected by privacy and intellectual property legislation. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient or have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately. Thank you.

On Saturday, January 10, 2015 1:16 AM, Akim Mohamad <mika.writer@gmail.com> wrote:

Mizan Rahman was a great man and is a strong writer with his depth and width. 
I had some  chances to meet him while he was visiting New York, possibly Aug/Sept,2013. We had long discussions and some debates on our ancient  Indian civilization, medieval Muslim civilization and modern European civilization; and as well  Bangla art and literature. I wondered of his spectrum of knowledge. And when I think about him, I always visualize a library on moving. 
But now he is fixed on a pint. He left me and us, and left behind his heavy works. And here he is, my Mizan Tha (according to his choice). We had talks once/twice a month. Two weeks back, we were talking about his book what is waiting to be published.
I didn't know that much about his personal or professional life; but I know, he was a professor of Mathematics; and he has some extraordinary works in his own discipline.
He was a good critic of my literary works, though we had differences and debates between. I'm less than half of his age-may be or not-this is the reason of the gaps, though I know he was always up to the date. 
However it is, I'll never get response from his famous phone and email number, and this is true. And this is not easy to carry the load of lose.
Whatever it is, you are here Mizan Tha, with your works, among us.
The best wishes of you, forever.
akim mohamad

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