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Year: 2011

How to delete to delete Facebook account?

Deleting a Facebook account can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re tired of the constant notifications, looking to take a break from social media, or just want to remove your personal information from the platform, there’s a simple process you can follow. Here’s everything you need to know to delete your Facebook account.

Step 1: Backup Your Data

Before you delete your account, you may want to save a copy of your Facebook data. This includes photos, videos, posts, and messages. You can download your Facebook data by going to the “General Account Settings” and clicking on “Download a copy of your Facebook data.” This will download a zip file containing all of your Facebook data to your computer.

Step 2: Deactivate Your Account

Before you delete your account, you may want to consider deactivating it first. Deactivating your account will temporarily hide your profile and all of your information. You can reactivate your account at any time by simply logging back into Facebook. To deactivate your account, go to “Settings”, then “Your Facebook Information”, then “Deactivation and Deletion.” Finally, select “Deactivate Account”.

Step 3: Delete Your Account

If you’re sure you want to delete your account, then you can do so by going to the “Delete Account” page. You’ll need to provide a reason for deleting your account and enter your password. Once you’ve confirmed your information, Facebook will start the process of deleting your account.

Note: It may take up to 90 days for Facebook to completely delete all of your information, including messages, photos, and posts. During this time, your information may still be visible to others on the platform.

Step 4: Say Goodbye

That’s it! You’ve successfully deleted your Facebook account. While it may be difficult to say goodbye to the memories and connections you’ve made on the platform, deleting your Facebook account can be a positive step towards a healthier relationship with technology and social media.

Last station

It’s comforting to be in a place where someone has thought ahead and made decisions for you, but sometimes you find yourself in a situation where no one has gone before. In these moments, you realize that you are alone and there is no one to turn to for help. It’s like being at the bottom of a mountain and still wanting to climb higher.

However, these moments of uncertainty can also be opportunities for growth and self-discovery. By stepping outside of what is familiar and comfortable, you challenge yourself to think critically and creatively. You learn to rely on your own instincts and experiences, and you come to understand your own strengths and weaknesses.

So, the next time you find yourself in a situation where no one has gone before, embrace it. Embrace the challenge and the uncertainty, and use it as a chance to grow and develop as a person. You never know where it might take you, but taking the first step is always the hardest part.

Finding Happiness Closer to Home

Recently, I found myself in a difficult situation. After enrolling in a university far from my hometown, I realized that it wasn’t the right fit for me. I felt unfulfilled and unhappy with my situation, and I wasn’t sure what to do next.

Then, one of my friends who was studying at a better branch of the same university in my hometown suggested that we can switch our branches. He had decided that he didn’t want to continue at his current university, and I finally had the chance to continue my education closer to home.

The process of transferring was not easy. There was a lot of paperwork involved, and I had to travel back and forth between the two universities multiple times. Despite these challenges, I persevered and am so glad I did.

Now, I am happily studying at my new university, which is only a short 10-minute drive from my home. I am so grateful for this opportunity to be in a place where I feel comfortable and happy.

Walking Through the Blues

Sometimes, a person’s heart becomes heavy. Neither a good book can change their mood, nor a scientific conversation, nor sleeping, nor drinking tea or coffee, nor even walking with an old friend. Nothing works. The pain persists. So they start walking, from one city to another. The weather is still the same, they light a cigarette, thinking maybe this will help, but it doesn’t. They are still sad. Nothing can change their state of mind. They are tired, their heart remains heavy and it will stay that way. Nothing can change their mood anymore.

As humans, we all have moments where we feel down and nothing seems to lift our spirits. It can be difficult to pinpoint what’s causing the heavy heart, but sometimes it just seems to come out of nowhere. The feeling of being stuck and helpless can be overwhelming, and it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that there’s nothing that can change our current state.

But what if I told you that there’s always a way out of this feeling? That there’s always something that can change our mood and give us a new perspective on life. It may not come in the form of a book, a conversation, or a friend, but it can come in many other shapes and sizes. For example, try practicing gratitude by listing three things you’re thankful for each day. Or, engage in a physical activity like exercise, which has been proven to boost endorphins and improve mood.

Another way to change our state of mind is by traveling, meeting new people, trying new experiences, and stepping out of our comfort zone. Sometimes, a change of scenery is all we need to shake off the heavy heart. But if that’s not possible, try to find new and creative ways to bring joy into your life. Whether it’s through art, music, cooking, or any other hobby that brings you happiness, find what works for you and stick with it.

Remember, it’s important to give yourself time and space to process your feelings, but it’s equally important to not get stuck in them. There’s always a way out, and there’s always something that can change our mood and give us a fresh start. So take a deep breath, be kind to yourself, and try to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

My Journey to Obtaining a Driver’s License

I started taking driving lessons at the beginning of the summer. By the third month, I was finally going to different places and finally, the day of the driving test arrived. But when the time came, the sun was shining bright and I couldn’t see the book I was reading, and as a result, I failed the test. A week later, I was a little late and didn’t take the test. On the third attempt, I finally passed the driving test with a score of 30 (full marks).

On August 28th, 2011, the practical classes started. During the first session, the instructor told me to put one gear in and to release the clutch while giving gas at the same time. I was struggling to follow these instructions. The instructor said to come to the last class for a review and then go for the main test.

On October 2nd, 2011, I finally passed the city driving test on my second attempt. During the first attempt, I was the first one in the group and the stress of driving in front of the inspector made me fail. I hope to receive my driving license within two weeks. At the end, I received a pledge form to take the test, the summary of which was “You are not allowed to drive for a year, otherwise, your license is invalid.”

Laziness and Choices

Today, I was listening to a song on my phone and I wanted to have it on my PC too. I had two options to get it done:

Connect my phone to the computer, find the song and transfer it to my PC.
Download it directly to my PC.
And, of course, I chose the second option.

What Separates Humans from Animals? It’s the Ability to Ask ‘Why?’

Today I came across an interesting thought: what sets humans apart from animals? Is it intelligence, thinking, or the power of choice? After much contemplation, I realized that what truly distinguishes us is our ability to ask “why”.

As long as a human is asking why, they are still human. If they stop asking, they have given up and stopped being human. This thought is both profound and intriguing.

The pursuit of knowledge and the desire to understand the world around us is what drives us forward as a species. It’s what pushes us to innovate, create, and explore. Without this sense of curiosity and questioning, we would simply be like any other animal, content with what we have and unable to imagine anything more.

In my opinion, this is what makes us truly unique and special. So next time you find yourself asking why, remember that it’s what separates you from the rest of the animal kingdom.

So, embrace your curious nature and never stop asking why. It’s what makes us human.

Discovering Master and Margarita: A Gift from a Friend

Today, my dear friend gifted me with the book “Master and Margarita”. According to the definition I’ve heard, the book is very interesting but also heavy, which probably won’t be finished reading soon.

As I delve into “Master and Margarita”, I am eager to explore the captivating world created by the author, Mikhail Bulgakov. From the little I know, the book is a mix of satire, fantasy, and philosophy, and is said to be one of the greatest works of Russian literature.

I am excited to immerse myself in this unique and thought-provoking story and see where it takes me. I have a feeling that it will challenge my beliefs and broaden my perspective on life.

I would like to express my gratitude to my friend for this incredible gift and for introducing me to this amazing piece of literature. I can’t wait to share my thoughts and experiences as I journey through “Master and Margarita”.

Nowruz 2011: A New Beginning

It was 3:50 AM on the first day of Farvardin (March 20th) when I received an email from the domain registrar informing me that my domain had been registered and was now set and ready for use. This meant that my personal blog was now online and accessible at ******.

In this blog, I plan to write about daily topics, thoughts, mini-essays, and memories.

The thought section will consist of notes that I write down while I’m pondering everything. The daily topics are self-explanatory, as they will include events from each day.

The mini-essays are like Twitter, where I write short phrases that come to my mind or if I see something that I’d like to share.

Memories are like a personal diary, which will be publicly available.

I wish everyone a Happy Nowruz, and I hope the future is much better than today.

What is life?

Life means the moment:

March 11th, 2011, 7 PM
Life is the moment. Not yesterday, not tomorrow, but the moment you’re in right now. That’s your life. Not even that. The feelings you have at this moment are all the life you have.

March 15th, 2011, 5:03 PM
Maybe life is briefly dealing with irregularity.

May 31st, 2011, 5:09 PM
Life goes in two directions, either with the traditions of the family and society or by finding the cause and meaning of life by yourself and finding your own path.
Those who choose the first path enjoy life, but their name is not recorded in history.
Those who choose the second path have their names recorded in history, but I don’t know if they enjoy life or not.
Although I can’t understand whether being recorded in history is really important or not.