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مسب هللا نمحرلا ميحرلا Optimism from the qasida of Syedna Al Moayyad ul Shirazi(RA ( لؤافتلا يف دئاصق يعادلا لاجلا انديس ديؤملا يزاريشلا ض ر Abde syedna (tus) Yousuf sh.ali Husain 1482/k
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“I have missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I have lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I have been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I have failed over and over and over again in my life. And this is why I succeed ” (jordan) These inspiring words from the most well renowned sports player in the world proliferates hope and extols the power of optimism. To fail is a part of human nature, for we are not a flawless being. However the pessimist who holds a bleak and languid disposition will safely find the fulfillment of goal, a most cumbersome task. Their negative outlook on life will predispose them to failure. On the contrary, the incorrigible optimist, unflinching in the face of all obstacles thrown his way, will achieve success, even when all odds are against him. Success has a very wide and deep meaning. To some, success would mean to triumph in any aspect of life, where as to some it would carry a meaning much profound than the upper, as Dietrich Bonheoffer affirms: “The essence of optimism is that it takes no account of the present, but it is a source of inspiration, of vitality and hope where others have resigned; it enables a man to hold his head high, to claim the future for himself and not to abandon it to his enemy.” (bonhoefffer) Therefore, success not only lies in victory or triumph, but in a broader sense also holds the process of learning and ascertaining from one’s loss. A child when faced with failure, a failure in which he must repeat a grade over again. He is demoralized when he sees his colleagues who have left him behind, but that child during the year will realize his mistakes which cost him this year to repeat, and eventually he will realize that the things he had not learnt would cost him greater in future if he had not repeated this year and he will thank his destiny that he is given a second chance so that success will be certain in future.
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When a child’s vision is impaired his sight is blurred which mentally leaves him scared and confused until he is given spectacles which sharpens his vision. From that a child’s entire attitude changes to confidence and boldness because he has surety of what is in front of him. These are the qualities which are ingredients to formulate a successful person. A person’s mind, are those pair of eyes and the spectacles are a paradigm of optimism. A person’s mind in dire times becomes diminished due to pressure but with a paradigm of optimism his mind will broaden to let him see opportunities he couldn’t imagine before.
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  • Fall '19
  • Qur'an, Optimism, mansoos Ali Qadar Moula

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