2. Activity: Lessons from outdoor session with #amalfamily

One of the best ways to make yourself happy in the present is to recall happy times from the past. Photos are a great memory-prompt, and because we tend to take photos of happy occasions, they weight our memories to the good.

“Gretchen Rubin”

Whenever I thought about the last session Saturday 10th of September I got the feelings that are annoying me that I missed the golden time because of my reservation for going back to my home town due to serious connivance problems at EID-ul-Adha. After the group picture above in the blog I said good bye to my Amal Fellows with the hope of staying always connected.

But the Good Byes are really hard and difficult for me…..

In this journey of fellowship we gathered a lot of memories with a lot of learning. Learning the skills to stand firm, skills to succeed in life, skills to face the challenges, skills to become kind hearted and skills to be a good person. This was the golden learning period which ends up at 10th of September.

At this last day I was excited about ending of fellowship but at the same time there was something that continuously irritating me that was the fear of missing all these days. The time we spended togather. I reached amal campous at 8:50 Am and meet with all the fellows.

After the session the activity relating to staying in touch my using the thread and making a web was really heart touching. After completing the web I still remember the words of Madam Zobia that “if any one of us leave the thread this web will going to claps, so Stay connected”

After that we celebrate the graduation of Amna Najm bu cutting a chocklet cake and then there were selfies by madam zobia.

At 2:00 Pm I left the place, I can’t express the feelings once I crossed the main gate of amal campus then don’t know why I came back and again opened the door of class room looked on every one again and silently returned back. Feeling emotional…..

After that I started journey at 3:30 PM to word my home from Daewoo terminal but I was missing the places where my fellows were enjoying the moments.

I used to call a no. of fellows and asked what you are doing now. The told different stories that we are enjoying in the Badshahy Mosque, we are at lunch, we are in Lahore fort. And thy also told the stories of the guide that was guiding them telling the history of these places and then after some days I found an album in group it makes me happy to see the happy faces of my fellows.

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