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I have a dream

By MT12 Nov 02, 2014 600 Words


Written By: Momal TahirIQRA University, BS (CS)
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In the dark glancing at the sky, watching the glowing moon & the shiny stars I wonder & ask to myself. “Did I dream the impossible?” Like all others I also dream but I dream with open eyes & I want to turn my dream into reality. I have a dream to change Pakistan. I have a dream to influence people’s lives in every positive mean I can. I have a dream to spread love and peace. I believe this is not the Pakistan I dream of. I dream to change it. I dream to see the Pakistan which Quaid e Azam struggle for & Allama Iqbal dream for. I dream for a change. I want to see a corruption free Pakistan, where love is for all and hatred is for none, where women are respected, where education is for all, where all are treated equally & justice is the first priority, where laws are meant to be implemented, where there is no racism & division of classes. I dream to see a Pakistan where women are free to go anywhere without the fear of being kidnapped, robbed or harassed. One day there will be a Pakistan where everyone will be following unity, honesty, sincerity and discipline, where getting rich would not be the aim of life, but to plant something good before dying will be the only purpose. The Pakistan where the students will not be committing suicide because of the poor education system, where the schools aim to produce leaders instead of rote learners is what I dreamt of. I dream of the cleaner and greener environment of Pakistan, where the nature is filled with Peace. I want the renewable energy should grow in Pakistan, where the sun will be the source of light, wind will be the source of energy and water is utilized to construct dams. A Pakistan where we will be so rich in our natural resources that we do not need to buy artificial resources is what I dream for. Ah! My soul cries when I see the wrong going in my country and people even after doing so much crimes are free to take breath in open air. Why? I wish..! I wish to lock them all in prison and to pay for what they did. The biggest part of my dream is to make Pakistan purely “An Islamic Republic of Pakistan” where everything would be according to Islam because Islam is the religion of Peace and equality. Youth Empowerment – I always dream to see youth meeting the challenges of life, youth growing as a leader, youth playing major role in decision making, youth having the right to speak, where the voice of youth is “Progressive Pakistan”, youth making the history of Pakistan. My dream to change Pakistan is not just a dream but a belief to transform it into reality. I belief this will not be only my dream but many Pakistani’s who are being affected by all the wrongs happening in their motherland and their true patriotism will help to change Pakistan. Let’s not more be a part of it, don’t let the wrong ones rule you because it’s our Pakistan and it’s prosperity it’s our prosperity. Let’s be united, together we all can achieve the Pakistan we all dream for. “A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality.” ― John Lennon“Because I dream for a Peaceful and Progressive Pakistan and I don’t dream the impossible”

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