Some stories made us proud to be Pakistanisby Lubna Khan Marketer
I don’t know if I am wrong or right but I think now a days by facing many difficulties in our daily lives we somewhere we all easily get disheartened. At some point many of us get hopeless and disappointed from the nature and from the society. But there are so many people exist who after saw the worst part of their lives are still full of life and became an example for others.
To see such people who never lose hope at any point any keep struggling and battling with their problems can learn many things and motivate us. In previous years there are some stories happened which left us so proud for the rest of the world. You may have heard about them somewhere or from someone but even after let’s come and talk about them once again.
Dr.Anum Najam-A Survivor:
In 2008 Dr.Anjum and her family was on their way to Muzaffarabad from Rawalpindi when out of nowhere a group of armed robbers opened fire to stop their vehicle. One bullet fired at Dr.Anum’s neck and was sop in the middle which causing a spinal cord injury that paralyzed her entire body from the bottom of the neck.
In that hard time when she was fighting with the pain she didn’t give up neither she lose hope and she recovered. After her recovery, she continued her education and without any second thought completed her MBBS. 2016 was the year when Anum became the Pakistan’s first Quadriplegic psychiatrist.
Raffia Qaseem Baig:
She belonging to the KPK province, in 2009 she joined Pakistan’s police force as constable. When she was on a first day at her job, a bomb exploded near the session court. Attending the bombsite by itself and after seeing the massacre she decided to apply to bomb disposal unit.
That was not that much easy to join as expected the organization did not except her request, but she did not give up and fought against resistance within the organization. Her efforts have worked and on permanent basis she was finally allowed to join the squad.
This was the first time in the history of Pakistan that Raffia became the first woman to join ABU. Though she already done her master in Economics and International Relations but she didn’t stop there and continue her further study in LLB from the university of Peshawar.
Fayeem Avzl son of an Ambulance Driver:
Ability is not someone’s legacy. Talent is a God gift which he can give to any one without distinction of rich poverty. Fayeem Avzl is a son of an ambulance driver proved that to get successful in life all you need to do is hard work, patience and commitment. He was a student of National college of Arts (NCA) but soon after he realized that his passion is something else so he decided to dropout to chase his love for film making.
At School of Creative Arts he was working with juniors, in short time of period Fayeem established his reputation as one of the most creative people around. One acclaim leading to the other, it motivated Faheem and he gave birth to his own short film. He made this short film in Hunza valley and the story is about the determined shepherdess who desolates her home to live in the grazing land with cattle.
His short film name is The Last of the Wakhi Shepherdess which won two awards, one in Bulgaria and one in Russia by the early film festival 2016.
There are many other heroes who belong to different fields of work made Pakistan proud. These people made the rest of us proud by their achievements. We all can be a proud moment for Pakistan just what all we need is hard work, will power, and commitment.
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