To the ‘NowJawaan’ of Pakistan,
As in recent weeks the country has been mourning over the loss of Amjad Sabri who was brutally shot dead and then the death of Eidhi, a great philanthropist, there is a lot of emotional distress that we all are facing. Moreover, if we look back at our history of 67 years, we have faced a lot of similar events such as the killing of Hakim Saeed who again was a philanthropist and a medical researcher and contributed tremendously to the benefit of Pakistan. Additionally, in the small span of Pakistan’s formation, a lot of minority people have lost their lives just because of religious intolerance and hatred. All these incidents, be it the killing of the Ahmedis, Shias or the legends, has weakened us as a country and engraved scars in our nation. Consequently, people have lost hope for a better future of our country and many others facing life threats have moved and settled abroad which has disintegrated our history.
We,the youth, often find our elders having serious political discussions as to how corrupted our leaders are, how much they loot the economy etc always reaching the same conclusion that ‘ Is mulk ka kuch nahi ho sakta’ and then the discussion ends or the topic is diverted to something else. Ever wonder, why don’t they take an action instead of mere talking? This is something that always strikes my mind because it is time for us to take an action if we want a positive difference in our country rather then just debating about it. Losing hope is not a solution to the crises our nation is plunged in. We, the youth, can make a difference by excelling in any field that we are interested in-be it sports, finance, teaching,music or any other field. We can represent our country and contribute towards improving the nation’s state. Every one’s loyalty and effort matters when it comes for the country’s betterment. I understand that we have a lot of pressure (parents expectations, study pressure etc) that at time we forget our responsibility as a citizen. For instance-just to save a little time some of us ride cars the wrong way-breaking the non-monitored traffic law, throw garbage on roads instead of finding a bin, lie to others to cover up the mistake we made- weakening our system of trust and relationship etc.
So in short I believe that instead of criticizing the public figures (who are also wrong on their part), we should work to bring the change that every Pakistani dreams of experiencing and it always starts from improving ourselves. Always remember that the ‘Awaam’ is very powerful, after all we make up as a force of 16 crore of people (plus or minus a few). We can make a difference if we all ‘WILL’ for and eliminate the minute difference among us.
Have a good weekend! 🙂
From a concerned soul.