Friday, October 8, 2010

Breaking myths: Pakistanis are not a nation of quitters

The video fails to mention few names...people like Dr. Abdussalam, Dr. Saleem-u- Zaman Siddiqui, our heroic engineers, scientists whose classified work will always be shrouded in the mystery...people like Alamgir, Ahmad Rishdi, Qavi Khan, Sadeqain, Gul Gee and their struggles in the field of art...BUT the message is loud and clear...we are backward, poor, perhaps a little lost too...Yet our spirit thrives and no one can ever conquer of struggle to earn respect for ourselves and our homeland...In the end...what matters is that we lived and gave so much to this world to be proud of within a span of mere 63 years what other nations couldn't even imagine in their centuries...AND we shall keep delivering
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Living on the Edge said...

really impressive video. Another important concern is that we did not consider all the heroes as The HERO of the nation. We consider only the HERO as a hero who belongs to our religion/province/sect or so . . This is miserable for all of us. We should admire the services and work done by the person and not indulge in commenting his/her personality/religion or so.

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Friday, October 8, 2010

Breaking myths: Pakistanis are not a nation of quitters

The video fails to mention few names...people like Dr. Abdussalam, Dr. Saleem-u- Zaman Siddiqui, our heroic engineers, scientists whose classified work will always be shrouded in the mystery...people like Alamgir, Ahmad Rishdi, Qavi Khan, Sadeqain, Gul Gee and their struggles in the field of art...BUT the message is loud and clear...we are backward, poor, perhaps a little lost too...Yet our spirit thrives and no one can ever conquer of struggle to earn respect for ourselves and our homeland...In the end...what matters is that we lived and gave so much to this world to be proud of within a span of mere 63 years what other nations couldn't even imagine in their centuries...AND we shall keep delivering
video

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  1. really impressive video. Another important concern is that we did not consider all the heroes as The HERO of the nation. We consider only the HERO as a hero who belongs to our religion/province/sect or so . . This is miserable for all of us. We should admire the services and work done by the person and not indulge in commenting his/her personality/religion or so.

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