Austin Coblentz 2would bless him to be resolved in his belief. He describes his life as a young boy and into young manhood living in Pakistan with Ammi and Pops, his mother and father. All the love within his Muslim family within a Muslim country, surrounded by his grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. He weaves teachings from the Koran and the folk tales of Islam into his everyday life. These effected his reality, imagination and affected him spiritually as well as he grew up. He had a rough madrassa education. “It's a seminary. It's where students of different ages, as young as nine or ten, go to learn religious education and to be schooled first in reading and then in religious studies. In the old times, it substituted for regular elementary education and higher education, and ultimately produces quote, unquote, clerics. In other words, scholars, preachers, you know, religious community leaders who conduct the religious affairs of a community”[ CITATION Val \l 1033 ]. From how his parents were hoping that he would be a great figure based off the mannat and the trip to Mecca, his parents had very high religiously oriented hopes for him[ CITATION Ali09 \l 1033 ].