1) Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah is the founder of Pakistan. He was born in Karachi on December 25, 1876. After his early education in Karachi and Bombay, he went to England for higher education. He started law practice in Bombay. In a short time, he became one of the best lawyers of India. He joined Congress and worked for Hindu-Muslim unity. Later on, when he came to know that Hindu leaders were narrow minded, he left Congress and joined Muslim League. He worked hard for the good of the Muslims. On March 23, 1940 the Muslim League passed a resolution demanding separate homeland for the Muslims of India. It is known as The Pakistan Resolution. As a result of his struggle, Pakistan appeared on the map of the world on August 14, 1947. He died on September 11, 1948. May God shower his blessings upon him (Amen).
2) Morning Walk
Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. Fresh air makes the lungs strong and healthy. It refreshes the minds also. There calm and peace everywhere at this time. All the creatures look busy in offering prayers to God. The golden rays of the sun provide vitamin D to the early risers. Health is a great wealth and morning walk supplies much of it. A healthy body has a healthy mind. In fact, one who walks in the morning, talks pleasantly and chalks out his plans smoothly.
3) A Rainy Day
Last Friday, we had a holiday. A strong wind was blowing. People were praying to God for rain. Soon dark clouds appeared from the north and covered the sky. At about 2 O’ clock it began to rain cats and dogs. The streets were soon full of water. There was ankle-deep water everywhere. Young and old, all were bathing in the rain. Children were running in the streets. They were floating paper boats on the surface of water. It stopped raining after three hours. I went to an orchard and ate mangoes to my fill. It became a very pleasant day. The leaves of the trees were washed. Cool air was blowing. There were a few pieces of clouds in the sky. It was a day of merry making.
4) Road Accident
Life is full of accidents. One day I was coming home back from my school. I saw a truck coming from Bhatti Gate at high speed. Suddenly a tonga appeared in the middle of the road. It was coming from Urdu Bazaar. The driver of the truck tried to control it but could not. It collided with the tonga and smashed it into pieces. Two men were killed on the spot. Some received serious injuries. The injured men were rushed to the hospital. A crowd had gathered. In the meantime, police appeared from a corner arrested the driver and went away. Next day, the newspapers bore the news of that accident.