Never Give Up
(Journey from a migrant to Abdul Sattar Edhi)
It was 1928, the 1st of January; somewhere in Gujarat (India), a boy was born in a Memon family. As the boy grown-up, he started loving his mother like others. But unfortunately at the age of 11 his mother got paralyzed.
He took great care of his mother by feeding, bathing and clothing her daily. The boy was so downhearted and worried about his mother’s health. He dropped out his school for taking extra care of his mother. At the age of 19, his mother passed away.
In 1947, after the partitioning of Hindustan, the boy and his family migrated to Pakistan (Karachi). He was not educated so started working as a sales man over there. He worked very hard and became a commission agent selling clothes.
After his mother’s death, he always dreamed about the lines of hub and healthcare facilities which can be embarked on by the people who can’t afford them. He also thought about the harsh behavior of the psychologically ill and paralyzed people.
The boy was a day dreamer and had high aims but no money to make his dream true. When his mother died he has decided to help needy people and provide them facilities free either its medical facility or house facility. With the passage of time he saved out enough money to open his first dispensary in Karachi and served the local people for free. He worked very hard and established a maternity home and his first emergency ambulance service.
To help people for free was not an easy task; there were thousands of people who were rescued and helped by that boy. He worked really hard and he devoted his life to the needy people he never gave up whatever he was doing.
He rescued over 20,000 abundant infants, 50,000 orphans and has about 1,500 operating free emergency ambulance services now.
The boy was no one other than ABDUL SATTAR EDHI. He worked hard and never gave up.
It doesn’t matter how qualified you are. How perfect are you? Or how capable are you? If you give up, nothing can be possible.
As per NELSON MANDELA quote…
“IT ALWAYS SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE UNTIL IT’S DONE “.
We all work hard, but when we don’t get our expected result, we walk away even though we might be only a step back from our destination.
Have you ever observed a baby’s first walk? They try to walk, they take a few steps than staggered and fell, tried again and fell down, but they never give up until they start walking!
DON’T LET YOUR FEAR OF FAILURE COME IN FRONT OF YOUR SUCCESS. WORK HARD, TRUST LORD, AND NEVER GIVE UP.