My Dreams For My Country Essay
My Dreams For My Country
1. My dream for my country is not different than the dream of the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. Unfortunately soon we will complete seven decades since independence but Quaid’s dreams is yet to come true. But, What was Quaid’s dream?
Father of the Nation, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, always wanted to see a prosperous Pakistan — a country that could be a shining example for all the Muslim nations in the world. A beautiful mosaic of all ethnic communities, religious sects and indifferent but vivid colors of culture and heritage. A country that leads from front 2. Since the day I was born, I am desperate to see any sign of improvement in any aspect of life in my country . What I see is that there is corruption, unemployment, poor health facilities, Povert, death of innocent kids due to femine and a very low literacy rate! And for last many years terrorism, Bloodsheds, Killings, Killing in the name of false prestige and honour, Abduction for ransom, brain drain towards foreign countries, killing of talents, killing of our dreams at a gross scale. But I have not given up hope can’t give up our Quaid’s dream would keep dreaming and struggling in my own capacity for a Peaceful and prosperous Pakistan.
A country for all, not for a cult of few elites 3. It is not an impossible dream, as I know well that we are blessed with abundant God gifted resources. First of all we must submit ourselves before the almighty Allah Taalaa and commit ourselves to follow the teachings of his last messenger Prophet Muhammad (SW-Peace be up on him).It is simply a matter of strengthening and reinforcing our faith in Almighty Allah Taalaa Allah Kareem’s blessings and bounties are endless. We have coal mines, rivers, thermal power, nuclear energy, highest mountain’s range, vast fields, brightest sun, Copper, Gold, Silver, Chromite, Granites, best class of marbles in the world and lots of other precious and semi-precious minerals, very talented human capital. And most importantly, a very ambitious majority of youth population 4. If we can utilize these resources to the fullest, we too, can become a successful nation.
5. Unity is any nation’s strength and if we work as one nation with an aim to ‘build Pakistan’, we can become an ideal country to live in. 6. Education is the key to success. But our country lacks in literacy scales. This is one major reason why we lag behind in many fields. 7. Illiteracy eventually leads to unemployment and thus crime in society; of course when people will not get their basic needs fulfilled, they will try to get it the ‘wrong way’! 8. In order to solve all these problems, we need to work together to build our country and for that the foremost requirement is to get rid of corrupt people. 9. Once eligible and honest people replace the corrupt ones, the system of our country will automatically be on the right track.
10. However, as youth we can also play our part in building our nation. 11. The first step is to maintain discipline in all aspects of life. 12. Than study well and help those who are less fortunate than us, like poor children, to gain education too. This can be done by teaching, or urging adults to teach, poor kids free of cost, thus spreading the light of education to every nook and corner of our country. 13. Each single effort matters a lot and I am sure my words will create awareness among children and one day, my dream of a prosperous Pakistan will definitely come true.