Letters to Pakistan: Part II
I want our country to be on the top economically and in all aspects. I wish that us Pakistanis could attain education of all sorts and you, Pakistan, could once again be a beautiful country. As of now, poverty and a lack of education cannot make you beautiful. That is the kind of beauty that we need and deserve.
We also do not want discrimination, or any sort of racial or religious profiling. That only fuels inequality. We want everyone to be equal here and live peacefully, no matter where anyone comes from or what they do. We want to serve you and our religion, Islam.
We Pakistanis would readily give our lives for you, our beloved homeland.
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