Appreciate the good things in your life.
Be thankful for the time, you have with your loved ones.
Spend more time with your family and friends.
That is the real need of your life.
Let’s try not to feed this endless cycle of consumerism and immortality in which this “modern and advanced” society forgets and ignores the other two thirds of our brothers and sisters who are looking for simple bread and butter.
(LAK = Liaquat Ali Khan, First Prime Minister of Pakistan)
Extract from an article published on October 24, 1951 in an Indian magazine:
[…]It was learned within Pakistani Foreign Office that while UK pressing Pakistan for support re Iran, US demanded Pakistan exploit influence with Iran and support Iran transfer oil fields to US.
Liaquat declined request.
US threatened annul secret pact re Kashmir.
Liaquat replied Pakistan had annexed half Kashmir without American support and would be able to take other half. Liaquat also asked US evacuate air bases under pact.
Liaquat demand was bombshell in Washington. American rulers who had been dreaming conquering Soviet Russia from Pakistan air bases were flabbergasted. American minds set thinking re plot assassinate Liaquat.
US wanted Muslim assassin to obviate international complications.
US could not find traitor in Pakistan as had been managed Iran, Iraq, Jordan.
Washington rulers sounded US Embassy Kabul. American Embassy contacted Pashtoonistan leaders, observing Liaquat their only hurdle; assured them if some of them could kill Liaquat, US would undertake establish Pashtoonistan by 1952.
Pashtoon leaders induced Akbar undertake job and also made arrangements kill him to conceal conspiracy.
USG-Liaquat differences recently revealed by Graham report to SC; Graham had suddenly opposed Pakistan although he had never given such indication. […]
Cartridges recovered from Liaquat body were American-made, especially for use high-ranking American officers, usually not available in market.
All these factors prove real culprit behind assassin is US Government, which committed similar acts in mid-East. “Snakes” of Washington’s dollar imperialism adopted these mean tactics long time ago.
How far you go in life depends on:
Your being tender with the young,
compassionate with the aged,
sympathetic with the struggling,
tolerant with the weak and the strong because,
some day you will have been all of these.
Success is not measured
by what you accomplish,
by the opposition you have encountered,
the courage with which you have maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds.
And everlasting success is the one which has been achieved
benefit all and hurt none, expecting no personal gain.