Originally Posted by saad445566
Well, i would sort of dis agree, Pakistan is what made our foundations of learning, We go for advanced learning some come back some never look back.
Typical example of Prof Abdus Salam, the only Pakistani to ever win a Nobel Prize. He raised and educated in Pakistan, went abroad for further studies. You cannot say he won the Nobel Prize just because he went abroad. What made him the real genius was his past and hard work all of which is from Pakistan.
I am studying abroad, and would one day love to help Pakistan. The problem is, after looking at DR Abdul Qadeer and how we treated him, it makes me kinda sad and angry. We mustn't give up hope, as perseverance is one thing that we have only recently learnt to experience.
"I have found 5000 ways of not making a light bulb -Thomas Edison"....just imagine had he given up on 4,999th attempt....but he didn't.
Now back to topic....