”Freedom which we have achieved does not mean licence. It does not mean that you can behave as you please and do what you like irrespective of the interest of other people or of the state. A great responsibility rests on you and now more than ever, it is necessary for us to work as a united, disciplined nation. What is required of us all is a constructive spirit and not a militant spirit. It is far more difficult to construct than to have a militant spirit. It is easier to go to jail or fight for freedom than to run a government. Thwarted in their desire to prevent the establishment of Pakistan, our enemies turned their attention to finding ways to weaken and destroy us but they have been disappointed. Not only has Pakistan survived the shock of the upheaval but it has emerged stronger and better equipped than ever.”
The Nation is going through a diffcult times, and it is clear enough how these times are asssesing our patriotism,. May be these times are your golden opportunity to prove your worth, your love and offcourse a desire for a better future. We all are aware of what’s going around us, Floods, Allegations, Sialkot incident, it is clear enough that Pakistani society has degenerated into moral chaos, how we as a nation are worthless. Either accept this fatalism or prove it worng, choice is ours.
M A Jinnah, in a message to the All Pakistan Educational Conference in Karachi on November 27, 1948, said: “What we have to do is to mobilise our people and build up the character of our future generation. In short, this means the highest sense of honour, integrity, selfless service to the nation and sense of responsibility, and we have to see that our people are fully qualified and equipped to play their part in the various branches of economic life in a manner which will do honour to Pakistan.”
What is needed most in these diffcult times, is the positive energy, and remember that everything is what you make of it. You have to realize that issues amongst people arise in all corners of the world, not just Pakistan.
The country is suffering the after-effects of this crime. Today’s Pakistan seems to have reached the most critical phase of her lifeline where on one hand the Muslims are divided on linguistic, sectarian and materialistic basis internally and the external enemy is looking for an opportunity to swallow us up. Natural disasters are another indication that ALLAH (SWT) is angry at this nation (or may be). Our predecessors who handed over us an independent homeland inherited us the guiding principles to run this country.
As a nation we have failed,
The greater the sacrifices we are made to undergo the purer and more chastened shall we emerge like gold from fire. So my message to you all is of hope, courage and confidence. Let us mobilise all our resources in a systematic and organised way and tackle the grave issues that confront us with grim determination and discipline worthy of a great nation. Pakistan Zindabad (Eid-ul-Azha, Karachi 24 Oct 1947).
Pakistan revolution is People of Pakistan, particularly its youth, so Step Forward for the better furture and to regain our identity back.