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The wrong turn in the journey of education amongst the youth

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[author image=”” ]Tashmin Hunzai,BSc Social Sciences [/author]


Most of us have noticed that our mothers are rewarded more love than our fathers though both deserve the equal love and care. Father is that angel sent by God who fulfills our needs and wishes without making us sad. Mothers work hard for a better nurture of children. Let’s think for a while how much fathers work hard to make their children happy?  Have you ever thought how much he has to go through the pain to earn a single penny?

Short story

Once in a small village there lived a couple. The lady was supposed to work in fields of her neighbors and her husband was supposed to unload trucks, work as cobbler (mochi), and in his part time he was supposed to clean offices. They got twins after many years of marriage, a boy and a girl. Their parents worked a lot to provide them the best they can provide.  They sent them to the best school. Time went on. They grew up… Time came to send them to city for their further studies. Their parents wanted them to achieve their goals and make their life better; they did not want them to live as their parents have lived. They did not want them to live in a cave and spend their day with hunger. They sent them to city giving them all amount they saved for their studies….That was a new environment; they were going to have new experience with the alien people. They took admission in university. However they have to adjust accordingly, in the start they had dreams that they will fulfill all the dreams of their parents and achieve all their goals for what they have dreamed for…. (Duniya ki ranga rangi k pecey banda apni pehchan kho betht’ta ha)…  Both of them were going accordingly, they made friends over there. Now their friends!!!! They were bit fancy and mummy daddy or you can say burger ones. Both of them started to live like mummy daddies forgetting their parents, forgetting how their father and mother worked hard and bear the pain under the hot sun , and they with the time span forgot from where they came, what was their aim and what their parents dreamed for, they didn’t even cared about their studies…. Both of them started to go to night clubs and parties. The boy started to take drugs and he started wrong activities. That girl started to go with her friends (male and female), she started to spend time with her friends and she also went for parties crossing her limits. After few days their admission got cancelled, their parents and their dreams and goals felt down like sand form their hands…. Once you get deep into something it is hard to come out of  it either that is  bad or good habit.

Message for youth:

Dear youth you may disagree the piece of writing but it is mostly observed that most of youth get into drugs and fancy world. I am not saying making friends is bad, making friends is very good thing, It helps us to cope with the new environment. I just want to convey that don’t cross limits, don’t forget how our parents work hard to make us happy, how they tolerate the burning sun, hunger, thirst and pain. Make such friends by whom you can learn new things. Just be real and feel the pain of your parents. One day you will be some ones father or mother just think what will happen in future if you disrespect the hard work of your parents. Kindly don’t go after the fancy world too much, you deserve fancy world but not at that time when your parents are crying with hunger, pain and hunger … don’t get that much into trouble dam that you won’t be able to come out.

  Message for parents:

Dear parents you are awesome you are wonderful, we just need guidance this time don’t let us go far away from your shadow of care and love

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