Beat the Heat
The fire was amongst chief culprits of natural disasters caused $160 billion in economic damage worldwide in 2018 along with priceless human lives.
At the scorching sunshine of this July, I was learning new life-saving skills of firefighting and rescue from Mr. Steve of Hampshire Fire & Rescue and Dr. Anas Ahmad Rana, Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham (Ph.D. Physics and Complexity Science) and I was recalling this maxim.
Learning is the beginning of health
Learning is the beginning of wealth
Learning is the beginning of spirituality(Jim Rohan)
Whenever I had to leave the office obeying Michelle and Leslyn due to a fire drill, I always found myself lazy while leaving the office and I was not feeling ashamed as many other work-inmates were found texting and making calls while leaving the building. Signs of apprehension can be found on many faces but due to the fire alarm, not due to the fire threat.
This 30-second video changed my perception about fire outbreak ‘’it’s not that quick’’
Never Leave Your Water Bottle in the Car:
This summer I shall be working as a voluntary fire marshal of fire and safety team at the Jalsa Salana UK of Hampshire. The Annual Convention (Jalsa Salana) of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK is a unique event that brings over 35,000 participants from more than 90 countries in Hampshire to promote a sense of peace in society. A special feature of this convention is that it is blessed by the presence of His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad, the Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community who has been campaigning to STOP WORLD WAR III.’