Yes, this is about the Peshawar Massacre and it is about those who lived.
-He started weeping as there were several school fellows lying on the ground outside the class.
Lord of the rings is the most amazing experience anyone can have and I can’t imagine anyone who had read the books or seen the movie that hasn’t fallen in love with it. ❤
And with the hype of The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies going on, why not remember some amazing moments from the amazing trilogy! 😀
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While the Peshawar Massacre leaves a depressing effect on every single person who has a heart; I feel that it is important for us to take a moment and remember Aitzaz Hasan.
Dragged from under the tables
Shot in the head, shot in the eye
Over 100 innocent children left us today
And what about the ones who saw this happen right in front of their eyes?
What will they be going through? What will the parents be going through?
With 25 blasts. It is not a school anymore but a battlefield.
They left with books and returned in a coffin.
But the motto of this school, that was once on my copies too, will never fade; Continue reading
You sent your child-a part of you, the biggest source of happiness and peace-to school, like you always do. But you had no idea while you were making breakfast for him and making sure he looked perfect for the school function, that today he might not be coming home smiling-like he always did.
With Christmas right around the corner; the terrorists come to ruin the happiness. And we, instead of focusing on praying for the hostages to come out of the cafe safe and uninjured; started focusing on hate and Anti-Muslim propaganda. Continue reading
And it hits!
All the pieces join together and everything makes sense!
You can see your next masterpiece right in front of your eyes and woah, is it beautiful or what?
You look right then left but today doesn’t seem to be your day. The security is too tight and there’s no way you can escape. You peek up to look at your parents and they give you an encouraging nod, gesturing you to lie down on the scanner belt. With trembling legs and sweaty hands you make your way towards the scanner, walking at a turtle pace. You receive a look from one of your parents, resulting in you walking faster. Finally, you’re a step away from the scanner and you get a brilliant idea to save yourself from getting scanned. Continue reading