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Thank You Aitzaz Hasan


ہم اپنی ڈگریاں لے کر ، پیسہ کما کر ، کاروبار بڑھا کر سمجھتے ہیں کہ ہم کامیاب ہو گئے ۔ ۔ ۔ اپنی بے اخلاص نمازوں پر ، بے یقین دعاوُِں پر ، ریاکاری کی ملاوٹ والی خیرات دے کر سمجھتے ہیں کہ بڑے نیک ہیں ۔ ۔ ۔
اصل کامیاب تو ایسے لوگ ہیں ۔ ۔ ۔ ان کے درجے کے قریب بھی پہنچ جائیں تو بڑی بات ہے
علامہ اقبال کے الفاظ یاد آ جاتے ہیں جو انہوں نے ٰغازی علم دین شہید کو قبر میں اتارتے ہوئے کہے تھے
” یہ لوہاروں کا لڑکا ہم سب پڑھے لکھوں پر بازی لے گیا “

How Not to be Pakistani


For teaching me what it means to be a human being. For jarring me out of my overpriced, overprivileged stupor and reminding me of what’s important. For being the bravest fuckin person I will never meet.

When you’re mentioned in the news or social media it’s to push some narrative or the other: PTI supporters link your death to the drone strikes, anti-PTI supporters to PTI’s lack of action against the Taliban, you are labeled as being so much more heroic than that stupid Malala, the government is blamed for not honoring you fast enough, and on and on, until all possible permutations from within the quagmire of Pakistani politics are exhausted. The media vultures squaw at each other around these issues on their high pitched, rabid talk shows, and ask ‘what more could we have done’, when really all they mean is ‘how do we twist this story to…

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Humanity ~ Abdul Sattar Edhi


For some time now I have been losing hope for my beloved country Pakistan. News of violance, killings and blasts, karachi is burning, loadshedding, shortage of water, people dying of poverty, hunger, disease ! … when you hear and see such things all around you, it dampens ur mood  and adversly affects ur life and even ur behavior , like slow poisoning  .. you get a light but constant headache .. its not much at start .. but when it lingers for days .. well it is worse then the biggest of headaches!!

But today my friend shared this and it lifted my spirit. It didn’t take away all my sorrows but it gave me something to hold on to .. like a piece of wood in middle of a sea storm … it gave me HOPE ! … hope for pakistan , my beloved homeland ❤

Thankyou http://www.thinktwicepakistan.com 🙂

Do watch the video!!

– Ali

Abdul Sattar Edhi, 84, gave up everything to devote his life to helping Pakistan’s poorest. From standing on the foot paths to beg for the poor, to establishing Pakistan’s biggest network of shelter homes and ambulance service, here is the selfless journey of a true living saint.

Founder of Edhi.

Founder of Edhi. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Think twice for Pakistan. Think twice about Pakistan!