Good Bye to AMAL Fellowship

“A farewell is necessary before we can meet again, and meeting again, after moments or a lifetime, is certain for those who are friends.” — Richard Bach

Khadeeja Amjad
3 min readOct 23, 2020

Goodbyes are always hard to say so was mine at Amal. We had our last session at Amal fellowship last week. We were emotional, a little despair of not having weekend’s sessions any more, of not listening, Can you please turn on your videos by sir Ghazi but we decided to make our last session memorable and fun and planned to do a ghost challenge in our live session to prank our sir.


Our program manager sir Ghazi has arranged several fun activities for us, asked us to share our experiences and think of a few things that you learned during your fellowship. While thinking about the skills I attained or learned during the past three months make me feel so good that wao I’ve groomed myself a lot especially with working in a team and having such amazing fellows who are always there to help you no matter what.

The most favorite part of mine from last session was listening to my fellows singing and to my PM, and come to know how talented my batch fellows are, literally they all are artists.

The most memorable part of the session was the surprise of circle8 who gave the nickname to all the batch fellows, mine was “Rajkumari Indumati” a famous Hindi cartoon character.


“Can miles truly separate you from friends? If you want to be with someone you love, aren’t you already there?” — Richard Bach

I believe distance can never lessen your friendship as far as you persuades each other’s worth. I’ve made really good friends at Amal and would love to be a part of their life forever. To make this Amal family strong we’ve already planned a batch meet-up on coming Sunday, We decide to stay connected via our batch groups and our personal social media accounts.


Now If I summarize my short beautiful journey of moving from uncertainty to certainty. This platform gave me so much courage to open up and to speak my heart with others, make me comfortable talking to new people, teamwork, leadership and above all kindness and humility. I was never this kind person I’ve become in the past three months. Neither was a good listener, never thinking of something from others perspective but now rather than imposing my idea, I listen to others, instead of thinking negatively I try to find good aspects of bad things. This fellowship made me realize It’s ok if you fail in something now you’re a stair above and having one lesser chance of failure, though I’m still learning this skill with practice and will intend it in my future to be a better strong person professionally.

“We laughed until we had to cry, we loved right down to our last goodbye, we were the best.” — St. Elmo’s Fire_