No kin left outside: A call to community
By: - Syed Shahamyin Ula
Post Graduate Student University of IMSciences Peshawar
keep returning to the key phrase: “Every child and every parent
should know that if they have a reason to rejoice, worry or grieve
that someone will notice and someone will care. No family will be
left outside.” It is the word “rejoice” that should draw your
attention en route to an effected girls Hasina Gul Izh Gramchashma.
nation we watch the news or current affair shows and see families
in crisis. Sometimes we be sad for them. Sometimes we condemn them.
Sometimes we wonder what will become of our society. Sometimes we
even ask what a government department is going to do about the
situation. Or wonder where the PIA system, the welfare system, the
health system failed them. Perhaps it’s time we asked instead, “Do
those children and parents know that someone cares?” Not that the
system “cares,” but that someone cares? What can we do about these
families that have been “left open-air?”
great help of this production is that we can do something.
Something very real and very valuable. District Chitral local
government& Ismailia council are some of the people that are best
placed to take that action, with wonderful results. Strong
communities result in safer, healthier and happier children. Strong
communities result in stronger families. The only obstacle to such
an outcome is that Humanitarians are financially supporting the
Gul’s like PIA administration said five lac per personal and the
owner of Bahria town city state a ready made home to Gul’s this
make the community people avaricious every one accepting to taking
care of her for the sake of wealth. Commercial current dealings
shows would have nothing to report! We understand the need to meet
together, to talk together, and to support each other, to mourn and
celebrate together. Both the Old and New Testament put an obvious
emphasis on God’s people in community. Many of us are ready and
willing to offer help to those in need. Indeed, some of us actively
seek out those who are in need and provide practical and pastoral
care the growing reality around us is that this kind of community
is something that the broader population is less and less involved
in. It is not just families from lower socio-economic backgrounds
that are being “left outside”. Many well educated, financially well
off families are became isolated from the communities they are
isolation of being “missingopen-air” homes stress on individuals
and families that can then be expressed in a variety of negative
ways; depression, abuse, boredom, a lack of respect for others,
increased crime, less engagement with the community and ultimately
more isolation. As a society, our response has been to implement
programs to increase engagement, and develop systems that attempt
to address the results of isolation. Help has in many ways become a
commodity to be purchased, not something offered and received. I
know that the level of trust in many communities has declined to a
point where people feel they have to go it alone. It is true, I
think, that there is a sense that families should be able to cope,
and a growing criticism of them when they show signs of not coping.
There is a sense that if someone has to ask for help that they have
failed. There is a sense that an offer of help may not only be
unwelcome, but may actually be dangerous. There is a sense that the
safest place to be is available in your safe, isolated home.
great risk is that woeful girl households are not prevailing in our
local community, she now became more isolated in the communities in
which they live. The risk is there because we are too time poor,
sometimes because we are too busy with local community. The risk is
there because sometimes we become afraid of the broader community
and how it has changed around us. Sometimes we too rely on the
“system” to address the problems of others. Sometimes we too see
the problems of our young people and families and feel that it is
too hard for us to address, or that they should take responsibility
and address the problem themselves. Sometimes we feel that the
safest place to be is encouraged in our own family.
There is no doubt that our social systems play an important role in
caring for people, however there is also a place for each and every
affected peoples, each and every local council, religious and
political figures to take action to make her life successful. Can
we be the ones in our local community that notices the families
that are isolated? Can we be the ones to ask “Do those children and
parents know that we care?” As Ismailia Muslim in our local
communities, we must following effort of community designated
institutions and religious scholars. Don’t stop! Don’t be
discouraged and don’t be afraid. We must continue an acceptable
activity to enthusiastically pursue community outside our council
as well as within. Here are a few questions to think about:
Can you think of one family in your local area that is struggling?
Who is helping them? Now... the hard question, who is there to
celebrate with them?
Have you seen young people in your area “at a loose end”? Are you
critical of them? Who is it that is engaging them in the community?
you have a skill that you can share with your community?
your religious building a venue where you can engage the local
you called in to your local Police station and asked what would
help them address problems in your local area, what do you think
they’d say? Could you help?
there a group of people in your community who are particularly
vulnerable? Who is looking out for them? Who is celebrating with
Muslims we need to be committed to remaining in our communities,
and not become part of the retreat into isolation. And we don’t
necessarily need to start a program or some grand venture to make a
difference. We need to keep engaging with the community around us,
seeing people as they really are: made in the image of God. We need
to be salt and light to the world.
"You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its
saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for
anything, except to be thrown out and trampled by men. You are the
light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do
people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on
its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same
way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good
deeds and praise your Father in heaven." Matthew 5:13–16
sorrowful truth is everywhere acknowledged slow rises worth, by
poverty depressed. Caring has the gift of making the ordinary
special. Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.
We are not put on this earth for ourselves, but are placed here for
each other. If you are there always for others, then in time of
need, someone will be there for you.I hope the local community sage
people i.e. local council president and other religious figure play
role to be safeguard of the caused girls till the day of her
commonsensically maturity histrionic.