Ghalib. 18. Sialkot. Founder Of Rescue Pakistan. TEDx Activator. Curator of TEDxSialkot. Blogger at Huffington Post/Express Tribune. The YSA List honoree.

 

The Pakistanis that I am not

yehbhitheekhai:

I first saw Abdul Jabbar when I joined LUMS eight years back as a freshman. I last saw him yesterday when he opened the gate for me as I was leaving for home. I, in my car, air-conditioning on full blast, thirsty as hell because I was fasting. He, on foot, fanning himself with a handkerchief, calm…

Lessons learnt from climbing a mountain and falling:

1. Giving up is easy but it’s definitely not worth it.

2. Sometimes you’ll walk straight and proud, like you’ve done it thousands of times. Sometimes you’ll have to crawl up on all fours and it will feel like your body is slowly giving up. Continue.

3. You need to take a break. Breathe. Look at how far you’ve come and what you still have to do.

4. Enjoy the view. It’s not always the same.

5. Always carry a book.

6. Talk to the people that smile at you on the way. They’ll tell you important things.

7. Do it for yourself.

8. You may be able to go up on your own, but you need people with you on your way down.

9. When you fall and you’re all alone, you’ll feel like it’s the end. With dust in your mouth, and tears in your eyes you will look at yourself and wonder why you ever did the whole thing in the first place. Be patient. Help will come, and you will get down.

10. You won’t start crying until you talk to your mum about it, because then you’re not just crying about your twisted ankle, but about everything. Her arms are a much better place than the top of any mountain.

11. The people you didn’t think mean anything will help the most.

12. Those you thought will be there at every step might not be able to.

13. Thank you sometimes isn’t enough, but there’s nothing else you can give.

14. You’ll get home eventually.

15. Home is when you finally see your mother walk through the door when a doctor is examining your foot.

16. Warm showers and tea will make everything ok.

17. You say that you will never do this again, but you might just say yes again.

This is a picture from an Iftaar Drive we conveyed yesterday at Tajdar e Madina. Here we served around 480 people mashAllah. 

This ramadan support us in the Iftaar for poor project. 

It is the largest Youth led food provision program in Pakistan, in which we serve throughout the month of Ramadan with food to eat and water to drink. We have amazing plans for this year, we plan to work throughout the 30 days of the month and inshAllah serve as much as we can, we will also serve the IDP’s this year, inshAllah, with your help we can do it.

Why us?
Many organizations are providing free Iftari in many areas but it hardly reaches those who actually need it and this is the part where we fix in. We provide Iftari to Poor in their very own livelihood and distribute it on our own. Basically we serve in the un-tapped areas in remote locations. We’ve been doing it since last 4 years now and have served more than 30000 people. Let me give you a bit briefing.

Iftari for Poor (2013)
We carried out the same project again and this year we worked throughout the month without a single break, with a lot of volunteers, ending up serving 16000 people in the month of Ramadan, with additional ration of 300 families for a week. 
What is our menu? 
1. Full Plate of Biryani
2. A tetra Pack Juice
3. A samosa
4. 3 dates

Where do we serve?
• Slums (After a roundup survey)
• Civil Hospital 
• Orphanages
• etc
Donation details: 
• Serving for 1 person costs: 74 RS.
• You can serve 100 people in just: 7400Rs.
• You can serve 500 people for: 37000RS

We can talk about this in more details: Please contact me anytime at 
009203216111557 (Ghalib) or Email: Ghalibkhalil@live.com or Fb: https://www.facebook.com/rpyfnonprofit
For more details regarding our past works please check: http://www.hopingpakistan.com/rpyf/
P.s. Please reblog this so others can get to know. 

This is a picture from an Iftaar Drive we conveyed yesterday at Tajdar e Madina. Here we served around 480 people mashAllah. 

This ramadan support us in the Iftaar for poor project. 

It is the largest Youth led food provision program in Pakistan, in which we serve throughout the month of Ramadan with food to eat and water to drink. We have amazing plans for this year, we plan to work throughout the 30 days of the month and inshAllah serve as much as we can, we will also serve the IDP’s this year, inshAllah, with your help we can do it.

Why us?

Many organizations are providing free Iftari in many areas but it hardly reaches those who actually need it and this is the part where we fix in. We provide Iftari to Poor in their very own livelihood and distribute it on our own. Basically we serve in the un-tapped areas in remote locations. We’ve been doing it since last 4 years now and have served more than 30000 people. Let me give you a bit briefing.

Iftari for Poor (2013)

We carried out the same project again and this year we worked throughout the month without a single break, with a lot of volunteers, ending up serving 16000 people in the month of Ramadan, with additional ration of 300 families for a week. 

What is our menu? 

1. Full Plate of Biryani

2. A tetra Pack Juice

3. A samosa

4. 3 dates

Where do we serve?

Slums (After a roundup survey)

Civil Hospital 

Orphanages

etc

Donation details: 

Serving for 1 person costs: 74 RS.

• You can serve 100 people in just: 7400Rs.

You can serve 500 people for: 37000RS

We can talk about this in more details: Please contact me anytime at 

009203216111557 (Ghalib) or Email: Ghalibkhalil@live.com or Fb: https://www.facebook.com/rpyfnonprofit

For more details regarding our past works please check: http://www.hopingpakistan.com/rpyf/

P.s. Please reblog this so others can get to know. 

Ramadan: Iftaar for Poor 2014

Salaams. I’m Ghalib Khalil from Pakistan. I am a young teenager running my own charity network here in Pakistan, that has been operating here since past 4 years now, you can find details about it in my blog, under rescue Pakistan. I’m writing here because we run this project in Ramadan in which we feed and help the poor throughout the month, last year we served around 16k+ people. 

But obviously to continue it we need support, i’m looking into, if you can try to convince your family to support us this year, even if it is little, it would mean alot. We really have high aims for this year and we need your help to help people here.

We can talk about this in more details: Please contact me anytime at 
009203216111557 (Ghalib) or Email: Ghalibkhalil@live.com or Fb: https://www.facebook.com/rpyfnonprofit

For more details regarding our past works please check: http://www.hopingpakistan.com/rpyf/

P.s. Please reblog this so others can get to know. 

Ramadan coming up; gearing up.

Salaams. I’m Ghalib Khalil from Pakistan. I am a young teenager running my own charity network here in Pakistan, that has been operating here since past 4 years now, you can find details about it in my blog, under rescue Pakistan. I’m writing here because we run this project in Ramadan in which we feed and help the poor throughout the month, last year we served around 16k+ people.

But obviously to continue it we need support, i’m looking into, if you can try to convince your family to support us this year, even if it is little, it would mean alot. We really have high aims for this year and we need your help to help people here.

We can talk about this in more details on email, please write back, if you’re interested, best. Ghalib Khalil. If you’re interested message me on tumblr or email me at: ghalibkhalil@live.com

P.s. Please reblog this so others can get to know :)

This little girl reminded me so much of my childhood today, hah she was so cute. Her mum was doing her hair and after every while she was like “sedha dekho warna aik paray gi” 
Haha. When i had those tom boy hair in childhood mum did that to me. 
#Slumsday #Slums #Sialkot #AzaadPakistan #Story #Goodday

This little girl reminded me so much of my childhood today, hah she was so cute. Her mum was doing her hair and after every while she was like “sedha dekho warna aik paray gi”
Haha. When i had those tom boy hair in childhood mum did that to me.
#Slumsday #Slums #Sialkot #AzaadPakistan #Story #Goodday

I hope Pakistan. Do you?

Giving up is not option, especially when it is about Pakistan. I hope Pakistan.

This is our country, our home. Ghar mei maslay houtay rehtay hain, in ko hal hum ney khud kerna hai. 

InshAllah, aik din, Pakistan phir sey jeeye ga. 

Aik Pakistani.