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Qasam (I swear that)

Chey khazey shney me pa qabar vee walarey
Ka ghulam mar yam no razai tookai prey larey
Che pa khpalo weeno na yam lambedalay
Pa maa ma paleetawai da jumaat gharey
Ya ba da benanga malk bagh adan kram
Ya ba kram da Pukhtano koosay veejarey

Ka pa khazan pasey bahaar ba na sham
Shalman ba mar sham kho qalar ba na sham

Da Da pa thore topuk me wala
Ka me da nang golai pa sha khwaraley vee na


Message of Peace to the World

What is the point of war? Why do we go out and fight? Is there even a point to what we fight for? Are we fighting for for what's right? Go find your enemy and kill. That is your mission. Do people do it for a thrill? Is that enough permission? We all want to fight for what we believe, so why do we not allow others to do so. It will not gain you anything, and make others grieve. Hatred will instead grow. We fight because we are told, but are willing to die for what we feel is right. Whether that dream be strong and bold, or to bring darkness to light. There is a reason why we fight. Yet we ourselves do not understand why. Most of our reasons are blinded in sight, but in the end it will run dry. We live a war each day. We fight to live out our life. Fighting all which comes may, fighting all of the strife.


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Everything Mom

How did you find the energy, Mom To do all the things you did, To be teacher, nurse and counselor To me, when I was a kid. How did you do it all, Mom, Be a chauffeur, cook and friend, Yet find time to be a playmate, I just canít comprehend. I see now it was love, Mom That made you come whenever I'd call, Your inexhaustible love, Mom And I thank you for it all. By Joanna Fuchs.

Without You Mom

without you, there would be no me. Your love, your attention, your guidance, have made me who I am. Without you, I would be lost, wandering aimlessly, without direction or purpose. You showed me the way to serve, to accomplish, to persevere. Without you, there would be an empty space I could never fill, no matter how I tried. Instead, because of you, I have joy, contentment, satisfaction and peace. Thank you, mom. I have always loved you and I always will. By Joanna Fuchs.

Farid Shahzada Shilmani HSE Manager the owner of shalman.com

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