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Allah, in the name of, the Most Affectionate, the Eternally Merciful

Personality Development Program

Contribute to humanity by develop a God-oriented personality!!!

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A person was walking on a street; he came across a hoarding whose color was blue. He stopped and starting reading the hoarding. Another person came from the opposite direction and started reading the billboard too. The first one asked the second, “What’s written on the other side of this blue hoarding?” The second one replied, “It’s not blue, it’s green.” And so an argument began. A wise man that was passing by said, “If you two would just look at each other’s side of the board, you’d find the answer.”

This happens in the practical world, too. Everyone looks at the world through his own point of view; everyone wears a different color of spectacles and sees the world through them. When a child is born, his state of mind is blank but his parents, teachers and environment imbue various prejudices in his mind. So when he sees the world through the colored spectacles of his prejudices, he sees it colored the same way, and thinks that this is the absolute truth.

To see the thing right, one must be realistic. This requires that a person must open every door of his mind and heart, put aside his prejudices and see the world in an impartial way. Bias and partiality is the root of all differences.

It is true that being realistic is not easy. A person must not only put aside his prejudices but also his interests, likes and dislikes. He may have to hear discomforting words from his friends and family who are biased in some way. But the benefit of realistic and impartial thinking are great, which lead a person to the absolute truth. Closing one’s eyes like a pigeon who does not want to face the cat seems easy, but it will have dangerous consequences.

(Derived from the works of Muhammad Mubashir Nazir, Translation: Asma Nazir)

Think about it!

·         How could the differences be reconciled?

·         Do you think partially or impartially? Think about three instances when you made a decision in a biased way.

Unit 1: Relation with God & His Prophets

In the name of God, the most Beneficent, the Eternally Merciful     |     The Treasure’s Map     |     The Month of Ramadan: What to achieve?     |     The Prophet’s Love     |     The Basic Premise of the Religion     |     Who is like You?     |     Pure Monotheism I     |     Pure Monotheism II     |     Who deserves the Paradise?

Unit 2: Elimination of our Negative Personality

How to get rid of Poverty?     |     The Report of Transparency International and a Hadith     |     Justification or Admitting One’s Fault     |     Artificial Colors of Glamour     |     Religious People & Ostentation      |     Character of Ancient Religious Leaders at Jerusalem     |     Attachment to a Group is irrelevant for Success     |     Successful Life     |     The Revolution Occurred!     |     Form & Spirit     |     Jealousy & Modern Testing Techniques     |     How to overcome Procrastination?     |     The Difference between an Extremist & a Moderate Person

Unit 3: Development of our Positive Personality

The Quranic Strategy for Personality Development     |     How to get rid of Poverty?     |     Character builds the Nation     |     The Sermon of Mount     |     Success: What is it?     |     Success Secrets     |     A Positive Attitude affirms the Life     |     Road Block     |     Thinking after Writing!     |     Trust is Golden     |     Getting off to a good start     |     The Lesson of Arnold Schwarzenegger     |     Unlocking the Gates to Success     |     Admitting One’s Fault     |     Top 10 Qualities of Excellence

Unit 4: Relationship with Human Beings

Backbiting     |     Suspicion     |     Defamation     |     Examining Others with Suspicion     |     Are you killing your family?

Unit 5: Our Responsibility, Vision & Mission

The Love of Prophet Muhammad with Knowledge     |     Traditional Mentality     |     Strange Similarities between Christian & Muslim Histories     |     The Relationship of Revelation & Intellect (Part I)     |     The Relationship of Revelation & Intellect (Part II)     |     The Problem of Aurengzeb Alamgir

 

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