Mawardi

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Maham Saqib
Class 3112 mahamsaqib.95@gmail.com Outline * Issue of smoking. A chain smoker needs to make a decision about quitting * He starts off young, there is no going back. * The turning point is when his daughter is born. Decision is not forced upon him, rather he has the foresight to quit for the betterment of his daughter and to be an ideal father figure.
FORESIGHT STRUCTURE: ROUGH DRAFT It started on a lazy afternoon when my friends and I went to the neighborhood cricket ground. The Karachi sun beat hard on the ground and I had to squint to see clearly. Akmal revealed a cigarette and Zain produced the lighter. I had my first smoke that day. It was all forward beyond that point. I went from two to six to twelve a day- I was addicted. In the beginning, I was afraid of what my parent would say if they ever found out. I hid around, smoked in the bathroom before a shower, or after everyone was asleep. I laughed at my naivety; they were bound to find out. And as sure as the sun that rises, my dad eventually discovered my habit. Boy, was that a rough time for me. I would be admonished and punished and my pocket money confiscated. I was restricted from meeting up with my friends. But it was a habit I couldn’t let go of. It’s not that I wasn’t aware of the consequences; it’s just that they didn’t seem real enough to me. And so I continued, my parents eventually caved in as they realized they weren’t going to get anywhere with me. My father was disappointed, and I did try to keep my habit out of his way to respect his wishes. That was as far as I was able to go. Today as I entered into the hospital room, I felt a weird numbing sensation in my body. My heart drummed loudly in my chest, and the blood pounded in my ears. My wife lay in the bed with my baby girl in the crook of her arm. My joy was unprecedented; I had been waiting…...

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