Although the aazadi day has gone but the aazadi spirit is certainly here to stay. the best part about the phrase 'naya pakistan' is that we can get as creative with it as we like. it's like we're all going to start a new project together and everyone's throwing in their ideas what they'd like to see in it and how would they like it to turn out. which is really sweet in a way.
i've seen so much in so few years that whenever i'm starting to feel hopeless with the system, i remind myself that a lot has changed. no one thought this would happen in the presence of a corrupt mafia and look how things have started to slowly move in a positive direction. so why can't the naya pakistan show me the change i'd like to see in it?
for instance, i'd first and foremost like to see ppl uplifting each other. being kind towards one another. putting their pride aside. giving each other opportunities if it's in their might. using the right words. staying there until a crying person stops crying. offering a hug. stop calling someone p***y or faint hearted or depressed when they see them cry. start building each other up. fight for justice; for theirs as well as for others'. i'd like to see them accommodating others. stop giving others the "you can't sit with us" vibe (seriously, as funny as the internet makes it sound, ask a depressed person and 90% of them will tell you they have been having suicidal ideation bcs of this!). indulge more in meaningful conversations. i'd like to see people respecting each other's hustle more than their backgrounds. if someone's father/brother/husband gave them something, what's their worth in that? it's just a privilege they got! so respect ppl who are talented and put real effort! instead of those who take advantage of the names that surround them.
and last but not the least, and this is mosttt imperative-- speak the truth at any and all costs! .
Yeah here i see👸
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