“She is my strength, my love guru”: Story of Atiqa (Pakistan) and Abha (India)
As part of our call to share about their friend(s) beyond the Indo-pak Border, Atiqa Shahid from Lahore (Pakistan) share her story of friendship with Abha Jeurkar from Solapur (India):
“I met Abha last year when she came to Lahore (Pakistan) for a training on adult education which was being conducted by the organization that I am part of. Abha is a certified trainer for Play for Peace.
She belongs to Solapur in India. Currently she is working for Dalit community in collaboration with CSEI. She has such a strong and charismatic personality that I never felt that this was my first time to meet her. We became very good friends in just 15 days, in fact from the very first day. When both of us along with our other friends were roaming on the roads of Lahore, our laughs were the loudest. We have discussed almost everything during those days from patriarchy to peace.
She is my strength and also my love guru 😀 as she always told me that heart breaks and breach of trust may happen a lot but will heal eventually. She has taught me so many things including how to wear a sari and how important it is to be yourself.
I feel blessed that we are living in an era of technology as this allows us to communicate very often. I really miss her and long to meet her.”
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Posted on August 12, 2016, in Stories of Friendship and tagged Indo-pak friendship, Indo-Pak Friendship stories. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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