Whereas the education is generally assessed through literary rates, number of schools, qualifications, publications and the ‘bright careers’, a frequently ignored side to this is that what is the crux of all this education and what sort of educated society do we envision? Are human values an important part of it and should it be a defining part among ‘educated people’? The answer should of course be 'yes' but are we really going in that direction? Click on the picture above to learn more!
Empathy is a quality that is possessed naturally but it can be learned as well. Whereas it's an important trait for every human being, it is even more important for those who have to 'take care' of others and this very much includes health workers! Doctors, among other health workers, have to interact with people from various backgrounds and diverse problems who have one thing in common - they all need 'care' and some level of 'empathy'! Click on the picture to read more!
Haji Abdul Wahhab (1922-2018) was a pioneer in the global 'Tablighi Jamat' Movement. Upon his recent demise, his funeral was attended by thousands and messages of condolences spread throughout the world. Haji Abdul Wahhab’s name had remained at the top in the list of ‘500 influential Muslims’ since many years. So who was he and what made him so popular? Click on the picture to find out!