Dear Brothers and Sisters,
I HAVE A DREAM
I have a dream that all future generations are educated and self reliant.
The power to mould the future will be in the hands of the next generation.It is up to us to live up to the legacy that was left for us, and to leave behind that is worthy of our children.
Our legacy should be an educated heart and mind.
I HAVE A DREAM THAT ONE DAY MY BRETHREN WILL RISE UP AND LIVE OUT THE TRUE MEANING OF OUR CREED: TO UNITE, UPHOLD AND UPLIFT
I have a dream that all my brothers and sisters have a roof over their head.
A simple, decent shelter is a basic human right and a primary need for all.
The key dimensions of a modest home are a roof and four walls where one is essentially kept safe and dry but for the less fortunate and underprivileged it’s much more. It is their treasure chest. A vital, starting point from where they begin their long and arduous journey to break the shackles of poverty.
To own a home helps them travel that road with their heads held high. It lights up their faces and their lives.
I have a dream that one day my brethren will rise up and live out the true meaning of our creed: To Unite, Uphold and Uplift.
You can’t eat with two hands. You have to eat with one hand and give with the other.
I implore my brothers and sisters to start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and soon, together we will all be doing the impossible.
Have faith in Allah SWT, believe in yourself and dare to dream.
I dream that all Memons will be transformed from Zakat receivers to Zakat donors . The same hands that are outstretched to receive, will soon turn over and give.
That my brothers will be our finest hour and we can truly take the next step to empower mankind .”
World Memon Organisation