A Change: Much Desired

Basic objective of my blog is to bring home, a realisation for social reforms. As a society we need to change. This change is much desired but it is taking place at an extremely slow pace. I felt encouraged to see resonance of my thoughts through words of Legendary Moeen Akhter (Allah may bless his soul). Nothing seems to be working on us. No religious sermons or worldly education is impacting us. Once at PMA I read Chetwode Motto almost every day, “The safety, honour and welfare of your country come first, always and every time. The honour, welfare and comfort of the men you command come next. Your own ease, comfort and safety come last, always and every time.” This motto became part of my leadership. Quaid e Azam also injunctioned that, “Our duty to the State comes first; our duty to our province to our district, to our town and to our village and ourselves comes next.” However, our priorities are topsy turvy. We blame the rulers but we ourselves are hostage to our vested interests. If I have to define our predicament in one sesentence, I shall say at every level vested interests superseded and continue to supersede national interests. I see my society as exactly antonym to what have been injunctions of Quran, Islam, Holy Prophet PBUH, Quai’d e Azam and Allama Iqbal. Whether we talk of cleanliness or education or self respect (Khudee) or honesty or truthfulness or fair dealings or concern for others; we are abysmally low. I wish and pray we realise sooner than later. Our education and religious sermons seep into our heads and make us good human beings. Else our country shall not be able to progress.

2 thoughts on “A Change: Much Desired”

  1. Change is always good, heard this phrase so many times in the life. But unfortunately I want to see thy changed And not me. We also know that even static water will start smell !


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