After a brave, illustrious and stainless carrier in the Pak Army spanning over 3 decades, General Jahandad Khan performed duties as the Governor of Sindh for more than 3 years. Life could have been very easy for him if he could just have sat thereafter and enjoyed his life. However, he was not a man whose heart could ever be contented with what he was doing for the people. It is for this reason that his life is not only a source of inspiration for the present generation but would rekindle the flame of serving the nation and its people in the generations to come. In his late 50ís he established the internationally renowned Al-Shifa Eye Trust Hospital. Now, the hospital has branches in Sukkar, Kohat and Muzafarabad in addition to the one in Rawalpindi. As a matter of fact, his curiosity for the welfare of his people led him to establish a school for girls which is now a college, a school for boys and a Vocational Technical Training Institute (VTTI) in his village Malloo, Attock. I am praising this man not because he was my grandfather but because people like him are rarely born. It is true that there are almost 18 million hearts beating in Pakistan, but there are few which beat for others. Jahandad khanís heart unquestionably beat for others. His last words that we have to take forward his work and give it all we have will keep echoing. I hope, wish and pray that God gives us courage to carry on his work. Nations seldom rise if the ignore the services of the heroes. Though I have lost a loving grandfather but the people of my nation has lost much more. They have lost a mentor, a leader, an advisor, a sympathizer, a philanthropist, and a human being to say the least. In the end I would like to mention that my grandfather gave the instructions that he must be buried in the premises of the Trust. What I feel from this is that his want to serve his people is still not satiated. Rest in eternal peace my dada!