This Ramadan on KCH was all about doing one neki every day and sharing it on the group with everyone so that others may get inspiration and follow the same. The #eknekirozana movement was initiated by Surf Excel Pakistan through a very cute video you can see here.
The cover picture was taken at the Neki Tree planted by Surf Excel at Dolmen Mall clifton, the setup was so pretty. You could hang your neki on the tree and they gave you seeds to plant a tree to save the environment. I mean I have never seen such a thoughtful campaign by a brand so far. Hats of to the Surf Excel Team!!
This post is about the 5 best neki’s shared on the group which I loved. These posts did not only make me feel nice buy also addresses so many issues we have as a society.
Number 1: Dont ask a childless couple when they are having kids
This post was super relatable, you get so many questions everyday if you do not have children and even of they are asked in a goodwill it still hurts!
Number 2: Husbands like this guy here are MAJORRRR Goals
so many women praised there husbands on the group for helping out in Iftaar and sehri, it made me so happy that we are all breaking barriers, men are helping out women and its so nice to see men cook. Wish Mohsin would cook some day for me *sigh*
Number 3: Giving out to the poor and needy
Sometimes a small gesture goes a wrong way, and making someone smile is also a neki. Posts like these were my favourite, distributing iftaar to neighbours, to the poor and needy were appreciated and made others do the same as well.
Number 4: Thinking about the animals
This cute guy won my heart, I mean just think about the innocent heart he has that is full of care and love. MashAllah!! One major thing that people did during Ramadan was to keep water for birds and there were so many posts about it, one linked to another and it was such a positive change.
Number 5: Respecting other Religions
One thing that is going up is intolerance towards other religion, as a society its seeping to our roots and making us weak, but with the #eknekirozana movement on the group we saw so many positive posts about sharing iftaars with non muslims and giving respect to their vales and traditions. We hope this continues the year round and we all learn to co exist in a peaceful Pakistan.