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Inspired by the beautiful culture of Oman

If officially all men were to wear traditional white shalwar kameez and all women were to wear black Burqa in Pakistan, how would you feel about it?
 
I saw people in Oman doing the same, feeling proud of their culture, wearing the same during office hours, the same during important events such as Eid, Marriage, etc.
 
If you think we’d go back to stone ages, probably you can say the same about Mark Zuckerberg wearing the same shirt every day!
 
This post will make each of you react differently, but imagine a world where you didn’t judge anyone based on their clothes (or brands), nor have to worry about what you wore every day.
 
We are all indirectly affected by the materialistic world.
We seek beauty outside, but it is only found within us.
If you think the brands you wear define you, it’s high time to fix the insecure you. Your house, your car, your entire lifestyle can all be gone in a snap, would that ever change the person you were? It’s the heart that really matters in the end. All else is just a mirage we keep running after, greed that is never enough.

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