“A man’s country is not a certain area of land, of mountains, rivers, and woods, but it is a principle; and patriotism is loyalty to that principle.”

Breathing air filled with freedom is a blessing and we as a nation have been blessed with such freedom due to Pakistan. A sense of belonging is in human nature and it becomes even more important when it comes to national identity.

Being blessed with Pakistan, we have a reason to cheer and support. We have a reason to do and die for. We have a reason to defend. We have a reason to live and we have a reason to be someone to represent something. And that something is none other than Pakistan. A reason to live for and a reason to die for.

Some really deep and sincere emotions were expressed by Rabeea Salman who works as an assistant manager marketing (planning) of Pakistan’s leading newspaper Dawn. Charming Rabeea, while expressing her love for Pakistan, had twinkling eyes and a light of hope.

Rabeea shares unconditional love for Pakistan and proudly believes that whatever she has accomplished is all because of Pakistan. She thoroughly feels blessed for having strong roots and the natural treasures. She considers Pakistan as her very own kid and realizes her nominal part in taking care of this beautiful country.

In her interview, she expressed high regards for legends like Benazir Bhutto, Imran Khan, Jan sher Khan and many other prominent Pakistani stars from different walks of life who brought fame to this country. Rabeea was of the view that we all hold individual share and nominal participation in the development of Pakistan.

So using this share in the best of our capacities and energy will bring positive results in this time of temporary gloom. She believes that the synergy and passion of Pakistani people could do a marvel for this country.

Being a working lady, Rabeea showed a humble gesture to men of Pakistan who respect women and come to help them. No wonder that such zeal and optimistic approach among the literate tycoons would bring the much wanted revolution for Pakistan.

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