“Texas senator Ted Cruz quits the race after losing to Donald Trump in Indiana” is a bit disturbing news for me though I have nothing to do with International Politics.
“Prime Minister of Pakistan offers himself and his family for accountability but does not quit on moral grounds” was already breaking my nerves though I have no more interest in Domestic Politics since Judicial Murder of SZAB.
I was quite disturbed listening a jungle of debates going on media after Panama Papers came out. The reason was very simple that how it is possible for parents to ask their children to act upon the slogan of my book “We should always speak the Truth”.
(Picture courtesy by Naureen Amir at Marvi Book Store DHA Karachi)
I am glad to know that my book “Achay Shahri Banain” is still in high demand and parents in Pakistan are still determined to build up a new generation bearing high moral grounds.
I am a little worried about people living in civilised countries like USA if a person like Ted Cruz quits the race after losing to Donald Trump. How is it possible that my upcoming book “Achay Insaan Banain” will be acceptable to the readers? But I am not going to quit half way and will fight till the Finish Line.
“Do not quit before the game is over and fight till the finish line”
To get undue advantage represents a privileged class in underdeveloped societies even if we do not belong to any category declared by our Lawmakers. Normally it is declared as VIP category which is very unfortunate because a person with any type of disability must be treated as VIP like in developed societies. I have been getting advantages by hook or crook since my childhood without any conception of right or wrong due to already prevailing culture. I was never told at home or during my studies regarding this issue, rather was taught the other way round i.e behave like a slave in front of any superior and treat all inferiors like slaves of yours. This was not written in any book but could be seen all around in practical life. A correct phenomenon was told only in mosques by the preachers who were just like me in practical life. I had the maximum advantage while being part of active politics and then after my first open heart surgery on 2nd. Dec.1990, which I misused to break the patient’s queue to see the doctor for follow-up any where throughout the country. I was given a lesson to correct myself when I needed a Driver’s Licence during my stay in Chicago USA.
I was standing in a queue at no. 14 of about 70 people in warm weather of June in a shaded hall without air conditioning. A much older lady standing in front of me fell down and fainted. She was picked up in a stretcher by the relevant personals and I was a little upset but thought it will not happen to me as I am not too old and am fine since nine years after surgery. Just after about twenty minutes the same scene was repeated but this time this was with a quite young fatty teenager. I became so nervous that I broke the queue and reached the counter where I requested lady handling the cases to consider me out of turn reasoning with “I am an heart patient and gone through open heart surgery”. I was shocked to listen her response “You just go back at the tail of queue and come in wheel chair to obtain a licence for disabled persons”. Oh lala! I was so ashamed that I just left for home and remain in trauma for three days. Later I didn’t visit that office as I didn’t want to show my face over there. I did go through the whole process in another office but off-course in queue.
“Never ever Do exactly what others are doing whether you live in developed or underdeveloped society. Just follow the Law and respect Moral Values as I have mentioned in my book “Be A Better Citizen“
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