The incidents related to Sindhi brothers after the Murree tragedy are very much remembered. We have seen from our childhood that whenever there was a train accident or for some reason the railway track was closed and the trains got stuck in some area of Sindh. Sisters and brothers from local villages and goths rushed before the railways and local administration to help the stranded passengers. Someone brought a pot of rice, someone brought a packet of juice and biscuits, someone brought home cooked food according to his ability. In the evening, the locals opened the doors of their houses and tents to travelers. But alas, thousands of people were stuck in hundreds of vehicles all night in a long area between Murree and Nathia Gali. And don't let the owners of nearby hotels and locals hear about it as they move forward in this most severe weather and at least reach out to people with minor children and women. Because it was not possible for the local administration to make immediate arrangements for such a large number of people in such a short period of time amidst the darkness of night and heavy snowfall. On this occasion, it is unfortunate that indifference has been created in the society. In this age of commercialism and apathy we should all think that money is not everything. The real thing is humanity which is disappearing from within us.As Muslims, will we look back on the events of Sialkot or Muree and see how we are doing in this money race, which is an effect of materialism. Islam prevents us from falling into this trap.