Streets – West vs East


As an internet user, and if you use social medias like Facebook , twitter, blogs etc. you must have seen many news, videos, documentaries and touchy ad’s on pets, animals rescue, safety and awwwww it fill my eyes with tears kind of stuff. Internet is full of such stories and yes they are nice and touchy enough.

Yes, they fill my eyes with tears too, but the reason is not only rescuing a poor and sick animal but also because of fact that western society is busy in loving animals and here in Pakistan, what are we doing? We have humans here who are suffering like those animals and they even die on roads, but no one bother to feel anything. Where the other societies are having hundreds of organizations and societies for animals rescue, we don’t even have enough human’s right societies.

Animals on western streets are more secure than humans on eastern streets ? WHY ?

Isn’t it a sad thing, we have Edhi foundation, Chippa and some more, who are working for humanity but most of the time they remain busy in picking small child’s form garbage, picking dead bodies from different areas, picking remains of bodies from the bombing points, We have so much worst situations going on here that no one could think of doing anything else. We are still fighting for education, health, basic living necessities.

We are Muslims and our religion is the one who emphasize on humanity with so much power, it taught us humanity since child birth till his death but poor we, where are we standing? What are we doing?

Do you ever think, what will you say to Allah on the domes day?

Allah says, killing one human is like killing all humanity!!

Allah says, respect elders, love children and help those who are needy.

Why are we forgetting every single humanity rule?

We forget to smile when we see anyone?

We don’t even say Aslamoalikum , when we see someone ?


The good acts of western society are a slap on our face.

Yes a slap, if you could only feel the pain!

Because our religion, our culture and our roots are actually followed by them, in terms of HUMANITY.


5 responses »

  1. Reblogged this on seikaiha’s blah-blah-blah and commented:
    This post is a slap on my face. We should feel at least this pain often enough to start doing something even small.

    As a Japanese, as a dog lover, and as one who used to have a dog, sometimes dogs, family member, I understand our feeling for pet animals. I believe our responsibility for them is a cost for us humans who presumptuously own an animal as a “pet”. I just don’t think we can do to them as we want to, and from some of our faith, I don’t believe any god favors us enough to give the right over animals and the nature like that. I also admit I often feel kind of allergic to the so-called “pet” boom in my country. Maybe I also envy the people who can keep their pet while I can’t in some reason.

    The things we are currently doing to our fellow humans make us feel we are worse than animals. I generally hate this phrase, worse than an animal or worse than a beast. I feel sorry for them for that words. It’s not their fault that we are behaving badly.

    We just need to open our eyes to what is happening in other countries, to our fellow humans, even if our hands look small and our voices sound small. Hope our difference, and similarity too, is to appreciate each other and unite us, not to divide us.

    • Thank you so much Seikaiha , for re blogging and spreading this message. I just wish we could understand the pain of loosing someone .Yes their are many out there who are able to help the needy one, they have enough money to spend on pets accessories and houses but they cant think of spending those on a human across another end.

  2. Subhan’Allah, thank you dear sister for this wake up call, it’s a very sad awakening. Allah make it change to the better, ya Rabb il alameen, ameen! ♥♥♥ ;^)

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