My favourite personality:THE PERSONALITY OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (S.A.W.W)
The Personality Of The Prophet Muhammad
The Prophet Muhammad was known for good character throughout his life. He was known as: "The Honest" long before he received the message of Islam .
He was handsome, of medium height, very active, walked rapidly which forced his companions to race to keep up with him. People reported seeing light around his body and in his face, which they compared to the sun or the full moon. His skin was white and turned rosy from exposure to the sun. He had black eyes and a thick beard.
People he touched, reported feeling healed, safe and secure.
He was humble and did not allow his companions to stand up when he met them or kiss his hand. He sat with his companions where he happened to be. A stranger walking into the room could not tell who the Prophet was by his position in the group.
He joked with his companions, played with their kids and put them in his lap. He loved his grandchildren, played with them, and even carried them on his shoulder while conducting the ritual prayers.
He smiled most of the time and disliked to say no. When asked a question he didn't want to answer, he remained silent. When given a choice, he always chose the easiest option. He emphasized that Islam is the Golden Mean and discouraged extremes of behavior.
He accepted all invitations, all apologies, all presents. He returned favors with equal or higher value presents. He visited the sick, was the first to greet people he met, was the last to pull away when shaking hands with someone or embracing him. He always listened to others until they finished what they had to say.
In the mosque, he cut the group prayer short if he heard a child crying outside to allow the child's mother to leave the mosque and take care of her child. He stopped his personal prayers if he noticed someone approaching to ask him something then resumed the prayers after the person's...
Every person in this world has a hero. People have heroes because they really admire that person and they really look up to that person. They want to do what they have done and they have achieved in their life. Like every person, I also have a hero. My hero had a great personality and a great heart. His name is Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
I choose him asmy hero because I really admire him. I admire his style, his personality and what he did for the Muslims of our country. He gave Muslims their freedom from the British Empire that was ruling at that time.
Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was born on Dec. 25th, 1876, to a prominent mercantile family in Karachi.Jinnah was the second child, he had three brothers and three sisters, including his younger sister Fatima Jinnah. Jinnah lived for a time in Bombay with an aunt and may have attended the Gokal Das Tej Primary School there, or possibly a madrasa, later on moving to the Cathedral and John Connon School. In Karachi, he attended the Sindh-Madrasa-tul-Islam and the Christian Missionary Society High School. He gained his matriculation from Bombay University at the high school.in 1893 he went to london.Soon after his arrival in London, Jinnah gave up the apprenticeship in order to study law.he joined linncohln's inn there.The aspiring barrister joined Lincoln's Inn, later...
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan
As arrow of time moves, the Will of God prevails and is focused on the emergence of humans endowed with exceptional intellectual capabilities and creative abilities. Such are the men who, by their good deeds, fulfill the edict of God, as revealed in the Holy Quran:
“I have created man in the best of forms.” (Al Quran; Surah 95; Ayah 04)
These are the people, who are destined to make history in the elevation of nations. Such is the personality of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, who is myfavouritepersonality, who was born in Bhopal on April 1, 1936. As the time has unfolded itself, the Godly qualities enshrined in the words “Qadeer” symbolized in the name of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan have raised the Pakistani nation to new heights in high technology.
After receiving his early education in Bhopal, Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science in 1960 from the University of Karachi. Subsequently, he studied in Berlin, West Germany, Holland and Belgium and achieved high competence through attending several courses in metallurgical engineering. The restless soul of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan took him to several laboratories in Europe including Uranium Enrichment Plant in Holland.
The scientific contributions of Dr. Khan have been recognized in several ways. As an active scientist and technologist, he has published more than 188...
...AQ Khan, the man behind Pakistan's nuclear programme. (Photo: Reuters)
There is nothing much unusual about armed guards outside the houses in my quiet, neat neighbourhood of Islamabad. These are the homes of retired generals, well-connected politicians and international aid workers, all of whom might be targets for Pakistani extremists. But one house stands out. Instead of frail, elderly guards armed with shotguns, one house is ringed by uniformed police officers with AK-47s. Roadblocks control traffic, floodlights illuminate an area of scrub that has been cleared of trees and machine gun positions have been dug in all around.
This is the home of AQ Khan, the metallurgist who did more than anyone to build Pakistan’s atomic bomb and who then went on what can only be described as a proliferation spree, selling nuclear secrets to any rogue state that came calling.
The technology behind today’s test in North Korea can be traced back to the man in the heavily guarded villa. As many as two planes a month arrived in Pakistan from Pyongyang during the late 1990s, bringing the missile technology in exchange for AQ Khan’s secrets, such as how to use centrifuges to enrich enough uranium for a weapon.
Today he is largely a free man. He received a pardon from President Pervez Musharraf in 2004 apparently in return for a televised confession in which he admitted selling the technology but insisted that he acted alone. All very convenient.
So the security outside his...
...always a person who inspires us and becomes our role model. We admire that personality very much. Undoubtedly we admire our Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H) a lot as we can lead our lives perfectly if we follow his teachings and sayings.The second influential personalities after our Prophet (P.B.U.H) in our lives are our parents who guide us completely throughout our lives.
I have a huge interest in politics and want to change my country so the personality who inspired me is Mr Imran Khan. He is a retired Pakistani cricketer turned politician. Currently he is also a charity worker. According to him you can change your country and solve the problems of people of Pakistan only by joining politics. He says we cannot solve problems of people only by charity.He through worldwide fund raising helped establish the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital that treats the ailments of the people free of cost. He also established Namal College in Mianwali in 2008 in collaboration with the university of Bradford, England.
The reason I admire Mr Imran is his personality, intelligence and his vision in politics. He has a direct positive effect on me. Whatever he says on political talk shows it is they are enough to seduce me to follow his views. He is a valiant man who never fears criticizing political parties and government of the past and recent times. He has fidelity with Pakistan. His...
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1. What does it mean to say that a perspective on personality is inherently deterministic? Give an example of a perspective we discussed in class that has, at its core, a deterministic worldview. Support your assertion by giving examples of how this perspective is deterministic.
When a personality is inherently deterministic, it means that personality is pre-determined from birth or due to life conditions and specific events. It is very similar to psychoanalytic theory in which Freud believes there are 4 stages that everyone must go through and their ability to successfully move on from these stages determine their personality in the future. If they fail at one stage, they are fixated there. Any event that occurs outside of early childhood has little influence on a person's personality. Determinism is the opposite of freewill. An example is if a child fails at the anal stage of the psychoanalytic theory because it fail to develop a sense of the right time and place to produce things, then that child be fixated on that stage and would grow up to have either compulsive or retentive traits. This is deterministic because children learn at a young age the right time and place to do certain things, such as to go to the bathroom. If they don’t learn it right and are...
...My friend and I wanted to see “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” the day it opened, and we did. The film matched up to my expectations. I have ever seen a lot of movies but i think this one was awesome. This film was as good as it gets, I mean no film is likely to surpass this one. It seems to me that there were a few parts of the movie were not very good, but on the whole I enjoyed it very much. The movie was based on a best selling novel, written by British author J. K. Rowling. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson have played Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in all the films. The series is about the adventures of a young wizard, Harry Potter, and his friends Ronald Weasley and Hermione Granger, all of whom are students at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The main story concerns Harry's quest to overcome the Dark wizard Lord Voldemort, who aims to become immortal, conquer the wizarding world and destroy all those who stand in his way, especially Harry Potter. In this final episode, Harry, Hermione and Ron continue their battle to find and destroy the "horcruxes" that Voldemort needs so he can stay alive for all eternity. Harry and his friends continue to battle the forces of Voldemort, but it hasn't been easy. And after all they were crowned with victory. I can’t imagine the special effects that were used in the film is so bizarre, surreal and macabre. In my opinion to have a...
In my world, one of the most important person in my life is my mother. My mother is my friend as well as an advisor. She always used to said "It makes no difference when you say it won't be easy" it is only for teaching me not to give up when things get hard. She is not my whole life, but she is still a big part in my heart. I can't imagine world without her.
When I was school boy, I was weak in some subjects. I tried to practice again and again, but it still useless. When my mother knew that, she encouraged me to try again with patient.Shetrusted my abilities.She asked me to do practice for a long time with good will. Although I was not the best in class, but I was counted as a hard working and ambitious student.
One of the important thing that happened to my life is how to choose a collage major. It got confused when I chose a department which is myfavourite but I was not familiar with it . I told my mother about my idea and she gave me instructions about what I should do then she guided me.My mother always says that learn experience from part-time job. Most of things can be learned from book but dealing with people can't. So my mother supports me to find a job to learn the ways of the...
Myfavourite place is Hyderabad. I like it for it’s culture, location, good connectivity with other cities, somewhat moderate climate, the economy, infrastructure, education, different markets and lots of other things. It’s a city where you find all the useful things in one place, it’s also an IT-BPO hub, the daily goods and services are very affordable and of reasonable quality, eateries offering a variety of cuisine also at very affordable rates, and to me as a practising Muslim, there are a lot of mosques belonging to all the schools of thought.
I initially came to Hyderabad to join a residential junior college. I stayed here for a couple of years. At that time, the traffic situation was not so bad and the roads weren’t as wide as they are now. It was then back in 2003, when I learnt about Hyderabad’s history and that Hyderabad and the Nizam territory were incorporated in the Indian republic 1948 by force. Some elder people call this operation as “Police Action”. Before joining intermediate I had knowledge that Hyderabad was being made an IT hub at the cost of the rest of AP’s economy. Since then Hyderabad has become a place where one could do IT courses for a few years and then go settle in the US. What is interesting about Hyderabad is that, like the US, Hyderabad is also a land of immigrants. Right from the Qutb Shahs who were originally from Asia minor and central Asia, then the Arabs,...