Celebrating Pakistan Day or Pakistan Resolution Day, also Republic Day commemorating the Lahore Resolution passed on 23rd March 1940 and the adoption of the first constitution of Pakistan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on 23 March 1956 making Pakistan the world's first Islamic Republic.
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This is not a journey across a country
This is a journey to the depths of my SOUL
To the outside world, i’m a girl- on a motorbike - crossing Pakistan. Sharing my adventure, encounters, and sharing the beautiful love of the people here. And although this is a wonderful mission of mine, this is still MY mission. But God has other plans for me. This trip has been nothing BUT easy. And I havn’t exactly shared the struggles with you. For there is a greater battle going on. I’ve been ripped bare and all my wounds have been exposed. As humans, one of the greatest challenges, is to “let go”. We hold on to every little thing that makes us “comfortable”. It may be the approval from others, ourself. Our identity, ego. It could be security, or even our own pain. Pakistan has been one big lesson for me. And everything that could of gone wrong- has. It’s challenging me beyond my own capacity, pushing beyond my limitations so that my own triggers are forced to be seen. undeniably I’m forced to witness again and again, what no longer serves me. That life has become so unbearably uncomfortable for me that I have no choice but to surrender. Because these old ways, of who I thought I was or what I needed to “be” are finally released. Because God has a bigger plan for me. And the more I hold on to these ideals of who I think I am, the longer it will take to become who I truly am. Life tests you in this way, and the things that happen “to us” are merely there to show us the areas in which we need to grow. .
Tonight was my final test. As I completed my journey across Pakistan completely solo. In a dazed and frazzled state, I did the unthinkable. I formatted my data! How this happened. I don’t know. A greater force was at task. As I broke down into inconsolable tears for hours, cursing myself, erupting in a fit of rage against myself. How could I possibly do this? I was reminded, CHOOSE LOVE. In the depths of my despair, thinking about how much I suffered and sacrificed on this trip to make this content, to just lose everything in a split second. I had to let it all go. I had to forgive myself. And know there is something far greater waiting for me on the other side.
PAKISTAN ZINDABAD 🇵🇰 .
Everyone told me it was too dangerous to travel Pakistan. That it was not safe for a solo female on a bike. After now completing my journey across the country by myself, I can tell you my first hand experience, what Pakistan is really about. .
PAKISTAN....be proud. That, as a country, a whole, you have made a remarkable imprint on my heart. No matter what hardships you’ve been through, you continue to shine. And the people’s love radiates across the land. Stand tall. And continue to support one another knowing that the people, is the true heart of Pakistan. Unite as one. Knowing your value in the world and what Pakistan stands for. PEACE and LOVE.
That, as a single foreign female in a Muslim predominant country, I never felt more safe, accepted, respected and loved. I’m often sent messages of gratitude and thanks for sharing my experiences here. For me, it’s not even a question of “thanks”. It’s a dutiful honor, a Gift from God. That I am able to share my experiences with the people here. For their hearts deserve to be seen. The world needs to be inspired. And the people of this nation have set a precedent for all of HUMANITY. So I am humbled that I can be the vessel to share this love. For it is I that should be grateful for the unconditional love I’ve received. .
Happy PAKISTAN DAY 🇵🇰
May you all be blessed 💗
Happy Pakistan Day! 🇵🇰
Every country has a story of how they came to be what they are today. Some countries are land founded by British explorers like Australia. Other countries like Pakistan have formed as a result of its struggles for independence and separation from another state. Today marks the celebration of the passing of a resolution on 23 March 1940, which is remembered as the day which started a movement to create a new homeland with the name of Pakistan.
It’s a day where “Pakistan Zindabad” is heard around the country. It’s a day of gratitude and enthusiasm for how far Pakistan has come and the bright future it has ahead. If you’re in Pakistan, how do you celebrate Pakistan Day? 😀
PS: Sorry im in the middle of blinking here 😂 but it’s the only pic I could find with the flag 😅