3. Reason being the supreme human possession, sheer animal force can scarcely be called courage. 4. Wit, The presence of mind and intelligence, by dint of which man can even enslave a giant, is certainly much superior to physical strength. 5. In a war, ordinary soldiers, incapable of e±ective planning, are sent to ²ght, but the general, sitting in his camp, ²ghts actual war through his plans. 6. A venture without proper measures is just a foolish daring and stupidity. 7. Columbus did not sail across the uncharted ocean without proper knowledge and experience. 8. In an epidemic, a wise man gets vaccination and proofs helpful for others while a foolish bold man without any precaution causes troubles for others 9. Expression of courage is not limited to the acts of physical velour only. Men of genius weather the storms of opposition and bitter criticism with their spiritual strength. 10. Socrates did drink the cup of hemlock to upload the values of truth. 11. Galileo died to establish a scienti²c explanation of a natural phenomenon. 12. Jinnah was the only Indian politician who did never break the law, and yet achieved the greatest victory in the form of Pakistan. 13. Courage in itself has scarcely any importance unless it has de²nite goal and a purpose. 79 Mureed Hussain Jasra, CSP CSPs for CSS & PMS: 0316-5701593
80 Mureed Hussain Jasra, CSP CSPs for CSS & PMS: 0316-5701593 14. Conclusion Sweet are the Uses of Adversity 1. Introduction 2. Dark and detestable as adversity is, it has yet an important end to serve in our life. 3. Pain is a necessary part of life, as inevitable as the 'shades of darkness falling softly from the wings of night' after the day is done. 4. If there were no pain, there would not have been pleasures as well. 5. µHe that has no cross will have no crown.¶ 6. Adversity strengthens and develops our faculties. 7. µThe storms of adversity, like those of the ocean rouse the faculties, and excite the invention, prudence, skill and fortitude of the voyager.¶ 8. Adversity teaches us virtues of courage, fortitude, and ²rmness. 9. All the scienti²c inventions and discoveries are the result of natural adversities and man's struggle for surviving against them. 10. Life of our Holy Prophet (PBUH) was full with extreme hardships, but God has blessed Him with highest glory among all great men of the world. 11. Even in our ordinary routine life, we like the person who su±ers the hardships of professionalism in his ²eld. 12. A man's life is measured not by the years he lives, but by the volume of works he has done. A death is inevitable, the goal of life should not be to make in long without any purpose but to make it purposeful even though short. Conclusion
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Crisis of Good Governance in Pakistan: Need for Reforms and Institution Building Outline Introduction 1. Rise of civic life 2. Emergence of structural governments 3. Situation in Pakistan Nature of Crisis of Good Governance in Pakistan 1. Rampant corruption 2. Obstructions in the devolution of power 3. Mounting debt 4. Proliferation of poverty 5. Low literacy levels 6.