So, last weekend was also the last session at Amal Academy. To be honest, I’m not good at saying goodbyes. I’m an emotional person. I built so many relations in this 3 months journey of fellowship. I found a new family here to share all my experiences without any hesitation. I found the best facilitators who are devoted to making my future better. Well, in the last session we went through a Scavenger Hunt. I was at my University, but I skipped my classes to enjoy the last memorable moments with my fellows. And we enjoyed every moment of it. Everyone was full of energy. Besides, we were near to leave each other, but still, we made a beautiful memory along with it. I enjoyed this activity a lot. This competition wasn’t even a competition. So, it was really a memorable activity which will never be forgotten.
In this last session, we weren’t involved in any work. Instead, we were performing an activity for our emotional uplift. We were making connections with each other through the actions we were performing. Because these connections are going to last for a very long time. Through this activity, I would be able to remember each and every person by the interaction they build in the last session through this Scavenger Hunt. So, I’ll always available for my fellows as a helping hand as previously, and will stay in contact for as long as I can. Because talking to these special stars of my Amal Family always makes me feel better.
The skills we learned at Amal are going to help us throughout our lives. At every stage of life, we are definitely going to remember these skills. And of course, these skills will be helpful for me as an individual too. I set my goal a long ago to be an educationist. but Amal taught me how to execute the whole plan with the help of proper skills. So. I’m definitely going to use all the skills to be a better Lecturer so that I can represent Amal Academy to the other needy students as well.
In the end, I would like to thank each and every single person related to this fellowship to help me find my purpose in life. I would like to Thank Sir Hamza and Mam Nimra to be the best ever facilitators I had. I would like to thank Sir Ali Sidiq for his guidance and a beautiful interacting session. I would like to thank Sir Awais for making such beautiful videos and courses for us and finally for a very lovely interview session and heartwarming feedback. I would like to thank Sir Benge who paid this much attention to provide these essential skills to the deserving students of Pakistan. And last but not the least, I would like to thank my friend Umer Arshad (Alumni from Batch-129) who showed me this path. That was the best and the most enjoyable 3 months I ever had. Stay blessed!
My Ending Session Memory: