As far as my family background is concerned, I was the first in my family to complete college education, not because I was smart, but because it was my ambition and I was passionate about it. For instance, i took advantage of the available opportunities in pursuit of my dream to become a patriotic soldier who would contribute in prosperity and well – being of my beloved nation.
During my tenure at military quarters, I came across with hundreds of new things and worked with thousands of personnel from diverse cultural backgrounds and life experiences. I learned a lot in those years because I had to even work with many military officers; no matter I disliked them from the core of my heart. Nevertheless, patience and tolerance was the biggest lesson i received in past 30 years in military. I also pay tribute to my mother and am thankful to my siblings who laid the foundation in my life. My dearest mother and beloved siblings always trained, endorsed and motivated me to make my own decisions with confidence and to never get scared from any extremely challenging and tough assignments or jobs. Indeed, she portrayed a life of Godly and steady fast character. That was what I saw in her throughout the life, which in fact, made the difference more than what she communicated and presented to me. My family members taught me not to just become a woman of success, rather a woman of value and character who is always extolled and commended.
Apart from my dream to become an exalted army officer, I was also interested in university education, more specifically the business studies. I initially had plans to join a business school for Masters in Business Administration (after college) but then I postponed the idea after multiple growth opportunities in military. However, the lust and ever rising internal desire for MBA compelled me to take retirement from army after 31 years of service and active participation in stability