A Hard Life and a Little Smile


Democritus says “Happiness resides not in possessions and not in gold. Happiness dwells in the soul.”

Even in such hard days, it seems that caring for Pakistan’s children is too hard. Millions of children are homeless, hungry, sick and devastated by flooding in many areas. Suicide attacks and terrorist networks abound this country. With so much negative situations, it’s too hard to feel good about Pakistan. Our hearts go out to the downtrodden and we feel helpless. But Pakistan’s children with all these hardships are surviving the hardest situations. They owe their country more than we do. Never arguing or expecting for more. Accepting and Thanking for what their homeland is giving them.





Author: Hina Khan Palwasha

I define myself as a very creative, persuasive, determined, energetic and outgoing person with excellent interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills and the ability to develop and maintain mutually beneficial internal and external relationships. I enjoy being part of, as well as managing, motivating and training, a successful and productive team, and can thrive in highly pressurized and challenging working environment.

18 thoughts on “A Hard Life and a Little Smile”

  1. Awesome and soul destroying pics. The plight of kids left on the streets in any part of the world is unforgiveable and yet they survive and smile and when given the chance are eager to learn. Great pics, xxx

  2. In most countries, not just pakistan, a lot of people remain incarcerated not to the buildings, but to a system that makes the rich richer. While a mere one percent population owns half the wealth of the world, our children suffer from Malnutrition. World invests on war. Muslims are being hated for what the satan does. Let our children survive. And let us people not wage war in the spirits of those people who bring a bad name to your country.
    My heart goes to the children of Pakistan.
    And to you ma’am, I hear your mind.

    1. Yes, this is the ultimate truth.
      Thanks for the best regards Sir. My same concern goes to those of India. As we both are fighting the same war.

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