Treasure Island

maliha mirza


a message for our pakistanies


do you know country is the place that Allah have given us to live but what we are doing we are just throwing wrappers polluting noise, air and more other pollution we all know in 2007 it was the horrible mounth but now its 2008 so we should do something good in this mounth so that it can be our remarkable mounth if we do good things others will also see and they will start doing good things even bad peoples also

so now let's make promise we all will make 2008 remarkable mounth

lets make this country such a beautiful country that someone who is coming from out of country they will just and just see this country not another country make it a beautiful country for living

And i pray to Allah that make this mounth a memaroble mounth for all of us pakistanies (Amin)

Submitted: Friday, October 24, 2008

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