don't come back. This country would spirally go down. Like you I returned home with high hope of change the society. From my heart I really believed "Don't ask what the country do for you, but ask what you can do for the country". I returned twice. First time I was in a dilema whether to return or not. Second time I was determined to return; feeling that the poor country invested on me, so at least I should return something to the country. Financially I am as solvent as I like but I am not at all happy with my surroundings.
I feel I do not belongs to this country. The country belongs to the Nizamis, Aminis and some illiterate morons who called themselves 'conscience' of the country. How could you justified some so called teachers would resist admission test if 'requirement' is not relaxed ; how could you justified government is caving in demands of 30 somethings to dismantle a sculpture or ban a concert program; how could you justify government is negotialting with some acused when police is reporting to the court that he is absconding; politicians are barking how they are going to change the society by wild accusation and wild praise . and all these are tips of iceburg.
Now a days I am so much frusted with all these 'is staying in the country worth at all?' I fail to differentaite between Bangladesh and Pakistan. We are spiral towards Talibanism with more subtle way.
Twenty20 is not a gentleman's game. It's like a one-night stand and not a marriage. It is a street format and the goonda doesn't know what is a late cut or a cover drive