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What is #14ActsForPakistan?


This Independence Day let us take the first step towards bringing about a positive change. Independence Day is the time to remember that you belong to this country and that your country is your identity.

#14ActsForPakistan is an initiative with the purpose to do small acts of kindness in order to make a big difference. It is said that charity begins at home. Let us all, therefore, join hands and be a part of this change. Let us all do little acts of kindness individually and help bring about a change. It is not necessary that you do something big. Even bringing a smile on the face of poor street children is an achievement. Let us show to the world what our identity is, who we are and what we are capable of doing. Pakistan Zindabaad.

As part of this initiative we have started our social media campaign by name of #14ActsforPakistan. Share your tweets and show us how you can help to bring about a change. Here are a few of the best tweets that helped us trend this hashtag worldwide.

stop spitting on roads n polluting the recreational sites #14ActsForPakistan
— Zainab Bashir (@Jahaaaz) August 12, 2013

Dun be Sindhi Balochi Punjaabi Just Be Pakistani, stay United, #14ActsForPakistan
— Farhan Hafeez (@FHafeez90) August 12, 2013

#14ActsForPakistan be sure to follow all the traffic rules and signals EVEN when no one is watching
— ♡ Aimen Rehman ♡ (@Aimen_Amiko) August 12, 2013

Aik hue thae to Pakistan bana tha! #UnityIsTheSolution #14ActsForPakistan
— Lasagna Malik (@FizzaMalick) August 12, 2013

Stop thinking about going abroad and work hard to make things work here in Pakistan #14ActsForPakistan
— Saniya Yousuf (@SaniyaYousuf) August 12, 2013

Newton’s 3rd law of motion holds true for care and empathy too. Give #14ActsForPakistan and get in return! @14ActsForPak
— Quratulain Tejani (@qtejani) August 12, 2013

Its all about Peace, Unity and Love! #14ActsForPakistan @14ActsForPak
— ارسلان محمد خان (@amk) August 12, 2013

Always say “please” and “thank you” for appreciating others. This is kind act & solution of many problems #14ActsForPakistan
— Yasir Ali (@myasiraly) August 12, 2013

Educate, Clean, Help each other, Hard-work, Honesty, Truth, Respect, Love Pakistan Just do your part right #14ActsForPakistan
— Dilawar Abbas (@dilawarabbas) August 12, 2013

Tell little kids and unaware people about the sacrifices Muslims made for #Pakistan #14ActsForPakistan
— Chishmish-Ta (@EyeShishTa) August 12, 2013

Write messages of Peace, Love and Patriotism and leave them at public places for people to pick, read and get inspired. #14ActsForPakistan
— Hareem Deeba (@Hareem_Deeba) August 12, 2013

I don’t know how but can we stop painting city walls with political and ethnic slogans. That ruins the beauty! #14ActsForPakistan
— Ahsan | احسن (@aey) August 12, 2013

“As you sow, so shall you reap” Let’s sow the seeds of empathy and care for a better country! #14ActsForPakistan is coming ur way
— Quratulain Tejani (@qtejani) August 12, 2013

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    August 14, 2013

    first of all, all green blooded patriot pakistani muslims should not play loud music in their cars/ vehicles at roads specially during eid days.

    poor and below poverty line people cant buy cars. so pathetic elite and upper middle must think about this evil deed. particularly university students of this land of pure lost spirituality lost direction lost path lost history nothing learned/ learning just living for fun and enjoyment.

    you cant deny even no one can deny , me talking about collective behavior, and i can share thousands of real time examples/ incidents . . .

    so try to focus at these two classes at ground level not at social sites. of course if you, some one want only name and fame then he/ she ruining lives hereafter regardless of what they got here. Regards

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