This sermon was addressed by Sain G.m Sayed on 17 January 1995 on his 91 birthday at sann, which was his last sermon. Dear brothers and sisters! Aslam-o-alakium. I am very thankful to you all that you all have come to attend my birthday celebration. I do feel that today sindh has become a central plot for internal and external conspiracies and every other faction is trying to grasp the resources thus making it more vulnerable. Dear! When ever a particular nation becomes irresponsible and show irrelevance to its resources then its land, culture, language, economy and other resources and high authorities become the victim of all conspiracies and that is what happening to sindh. I have spent much of life in fighting against the rights of nation for its resources, occupancy of motherland and its resources by foreign illegal immigrants. But it is mandatory for Sindhi nation to claim their resources by keeping their behavior of irresponsibility apart and struggle in steady way because independence and justice are never achieved by pleading. If you have trust and faith on me to will lead accordingly, I assume that sindh and Sindhi nation will face this problem. Most of you have read that the Muhammad (P.B.U.H) climbed the mountain of Mecca and said to Arabs that there is an enormous army on the other side of mountain ready to destroy you. If you have faith on me, do what I say! And today I am also informing you on the rocky surface of sann, if you want to feel the upcoming danger as I do, I assume you will achieve your goals. Otherwise careless, lazy and greedy nations have faced devastating results which are clearly mentioned in the history. Dear! It is a long debate that how nation are formed and demolished and how races are intermixed with each other. Despite, again on this occasion, I would like to address the Urdu speaking population of sindh that it is the land of different religions, ideologies and the vase of beautiful civilization. Nature has blessed you such a land after losing your motherland, which is the centre of love, affection, brotherhood. So you have to make the most from this historic chance, by intermixing with the native people of this land. I would like to say the members of jeay sindh on this event that ignore the greatness, the glamorous leadership and dividing into factions due to personal interests and do serve for the independence and welfare of sindh of your best. The traditions of our struggles have remained Sufis tic. There is no place of glamour, greatness, threat in our struggle.