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It may make you sick. People like to invent moral authority. Our parents tell us this. Our teachers teach us this. Be a good boy, and have some candy. But reality is indifferent. You studied hard, but you failed the exam. A person with years of experience being someone completely different to you. A real person who interacts with hundreds or thousands of other people every year. Because — what — you exist? Because you feel something for them? That might matter to you , but their decision is not about you. Similarly we love to hate our bosses and parents and politicians.

Their judgements are unfair.

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Because I am unquestionably the greatest authority on everything ever in the whole world! Most are just trying to do their best, under different circumstances to your own. Maybe they have different priorities to you — like, say, long term growth over short term happiness. But however they make you feel , the actions of others are not some cosmic judgement on your being. Companies would only fail if everyone who worked for them was evil.

Relationships would only end when both partners died simultaneously. How do u manage getting visas instantly staying anywhere? I mean do u have any international stamped passport? How do u get visa of somewhere else staying somewhere else other than ur motherland? A nice list of facts about the things to expect in Dhaka for the foreigners!

Surely it will help the first time visitors in Dhaka getting more prepared. Thanks for visiting Bangladesh, which is the least travelled destination in the world!

For the interested readers, here is a list of the best places to visit in Dhaka which you must try on your first time visit: Best of luck ahead! I am American, but family came from Bangladesh. Felt happy reading your article.

The problem isn’t that life is unfair – it’s your broken idea of fairness

And glad you were able to enjoy your adventures safely. Thanks for the review on a highly positive way.

Yes we have problems, in fact many problems, but still progressing in many index. Hopefully we can overcome issues gradually and welcome many of you as always. Hopefully your comments will inspire many to explore Bangladesh. I love my country very much…Live long Bangladesh! I feel bad for you bro. We bangladeshi people usually go there for purpose only. Hope you will come back and study before coming where to visit in dhaka or bangladesh. Thank u for visiting our beautiful country. The largest sea bich in the world.

Man, I really appreciate your visit to our city and your honest review on it as well. You told about Dhaka exactly how it is. I want to recommend you to visit coxsbazar in Bangladesh, as you are a passionate traveler I believe you know we have the longest sea beach at coxsbazar. You will also get to see hills and a couple of water falls over there. You will get a ton of foods you probably not tasted yet… and it is also very cheap for example you can book a good hotel room for 1 night for 10 dollars but you have to know a local person like me to bargain for the cheapest price you can get quite interesting, no?

So please give a visit to coxsbazar. Those AAre the best place of Bangladesh! Anyway Thank you so much for visting Our Beautiful Country! Hello, I love what you have written about Bangladesh and Bangladeshies. I am a Bangladeshi and I wanna thank you for posting such an overview. If you would want to see the beauty of nature you might go to Coxsbazar Sea beach , Rangamati, bandarban Hill-tracks, water fountain, Kuakata sea beach , north bengal, bagerhat, sylhet. There are so many places you could enjoy the beauty of Bangladesh.

You will be gladly welcomed if visit our country again. Thanks for giving such a loving review for Bangladesh. We poor people are working for our country to reduce the difficulties in traffic jams, pollution and all those things. Near in future world will see developed and organized country. Your love for Bangladesh has showed you many things. I presume you have not visited north and south which has mixed blending with ethenic culture. You will certainly feel loved.

The translation for Tea in Bengali is Chaa. People from India and Pakistan uses Chai. If you have a poetic-mind then you will find a lot of metaphor in Bangladesh. As you visited only Dhaka, you failed to realize the amazing beauty of the country and its people. Mainly the beauty of southern and eastern part of the country.

Definitely Dhaka people will encourage to get reed of this bad things. Love you for your open mind. I hope you will come again to bangladesh and explore the other cities here. Glad to hear you enjoyed your trip to Dhaka. Keep an open mind.

The problem isn’t that life is unfair – it’s your broken idea of fairness

This is a very accurate description of Dhaka, my hometown. Thanks for the blog. I hope many other will be inspired travelling to Bangladesh after reading your blog and will have similar experience. Besides Dhaka there is more place to visit in Bangladesh, others have mentioned in the comments above. However like you — food and people are top to attractions for me!!! Thank you for visiting my country and I am really glad you enjoyed it despite its imperfections!!! Thank you for that splendid article. It means a great deal to our country.

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Many foreigners think that our country is not safe. This will boost their morale of coming here. I hope you will be visiting our country more. You will be mesmerized if you see our villages. Hope you will visit next time in Bangladesh. If u r thinking dhaka is good Idk what u will say if u visit our villages. You will then find more attractive places to visit here. There may be a sudden loss of blood or a stroke, because of the inability of the blood to clot.

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