Growing up, I am a person who always wanted to be something who radiates positivity. Unlike most people my age, I try to look at the best in situations, people, and even places. Speaking of places, I love to travel. I love to explore different places and so by far, I have managed to have been to a handful of countries.
The first 14 years of my life were mostly spent at my school, Aitchison College. At school, I learnt, what was the usual, from books but due to an in-born talent for cricket inherited from my father, it was in O Levels where I was first aquatinted with a bat and ball. Other peers and friends of mine saw themselves excelling in debates, events, social work and academics; but my favourite learning environment was the brown piece of patch in a large ground which everyone calls the “pitch.”
I have represented my school team in several inter school competitions which is something I take great pride in. Since my interest developed, I have undertaken cricket as a sport in every possible institution. Currently, while studying at the Lahore School of Economics, I am a part of the cricket team and that is probably the best part of the day, week, month for me; when I’m allowed to swing the bat to score a boundary or stop the ball from reaching.
Since I wouldn’t want to bore you further with my talk about cricket because I can go on and on to express my passion, but I’d like to take some time to talk about my travelling experiences. Exploring Pakistan is something I have thoroughly enjoyed and that too with my friends. With my friends at LSE, we have had countless trips to explore the unseen side of the country.