GOOD OLD DAYS
Beautiful Bangladesh is a small country in South Asia and the most beautiful city of that beautiful country is Rajshahi and I came from there. Being a child in a broken family doesn't help - but I had a great life and things went well.
I was born on August 24, 2000 (although all my credentials call it 2002). I first went to a school called Bhaturia Semi-government Primary School, then studied for 2 years at Mohanpur KG School and Masjid Mission Academy School and then came back to Bhaturia Semi-government Primary School and from here I passed 5th Class Certificate (PSC).
After that I studied for 2 years at Masjid Mission Academy School and then I passed 10 Class Certificate (SSC) from Bakshimil High School and then I joined the college named Shaheed AHM Kamruzzaman Government Degree College and now I am studying political science at Rajshahi College under National University.
My father is a retired soldier of Bangladesh Army and my mother is a housewife. I am the 2nd child out of 4 children of my parents.
I had a lot of friends when I was in school – and if given a chance, those are the days I would want back. Playing football without a bit of worry all day, reading storybooks in the dark damaging your eyes, good old days.
I have been writing since school days - the first writing, as I remember I wrote a poem about the country in colled Amar Bangla.
There’s a saying – How come you don’t know you are in the good old days, when you are in the good old days.
I am getting old, nostalgic and I think about that every day now.
What motivates me?
In the beginning I was searching for a way to stay healthy and fit for my own personal well being. But then, everything changed!
Being able to radically change people's lives for the better is the true motivator behind everything I do.
Step by step
I started out by simply convincing people, one by one, to join me for daily open workouts in the park.
Seeing so many inspiring stories of normal people just like you and me, that have gone trough the program.