- You're crazy dude ... who wants to go back to that hell hole.
- Or ... Are you sure that you've thought through this properly?
- Or ... Are you having immigration issues?
- And ... I'm sure you'll realize you're making a mistake and come back running after a few months.
There have been only a few people who actually actually understood this urge of mine to move back to Pakistan. And I'm really grateful for that. I got the much needed support from them. After living here for almost six years, Dallas seems more like home than ever. All the quaint little oddities of this town, the dismal performance of the Dallas Mavericks and fun filled memories seem so endearing now. Playing golf every weekend, RV trips to Colorado, hanging out with great friends, road trips on long weekends, having Wii Boxing tournaments with friends and the list goes on. Life seems so perfect sometimes and then as soon as I talk to my father or my mother, everything I have over here begins to look kinda mundane and selfish. I dont think I'll ever find contentment over here regardless of how successful I become or how much money I make.
So here, I'll tell you why I've decided to move back; In ONE line and a link.
I do NOT wish to end up like the guy in this blog post.
p.s. And since it's the month of Ramadan, please remember me in your duas.