Tolerance and Patience in Islam and literature

Tolerance and patience word art

Tolerance and patience should not be read as signs of weakness. They are the signs of strength (Dalai Lama) When someone is crossing the road from a pedestrian crossing, you are driving and you’re in a hurry. Would you prioritize the pedestrian to cross the road first? Do we need to stop our car for a while? Do we have patience and tolerance at that time? Legally, we/re supposed to stop, but would you do the same? We will come to this question in the last of this write-up. For…

Sir Francis Bacon – Former Lord Chancellor – Biography

Sir Frances Bacon Biography

Sir Francis Bacon also called Sir Francis Viscount St Albans. Sir Francis Bacon was born in London on 22 January 1561 at York house of the Strand. His father, Sir Nicholas Bacon was a successful lawyer and Lord Keeper of the great seal under Queen Elizabeth. His mother Anne Cook was a scholar and she was the daughter of Sir Thorny Cook who translated ecclesiastical material from Italian and Latin into English. She was a religious puritan. Francis Bacon was born to a sophisticated family but not in Aristocracy. Sir…

Inter Services Selection Board (ISSB) – A complete Guide

Inter Services Selection Board (ISSB) Irfan CCC of cadet college

Achieving Inter Services Selection Board (ISSB) commission exam in armed forces of Pakistan is the most reliable and fundamental step taken by the aspirants after completing intermediate/ Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC). To achieve the dream job, applicants have to go through a proper recruitment and selection process of the armed force Centre, called Inter Services Selection Board (ISSB). To know about the ISSB selection procedures, this write-up is highly recommended for the aspirants. After completion of intermediate (HSC) in Pakistan, students are offered to join armed forces through service commission…

Ziarat valley – Among the best tourist places in world

Ziarat Valley Recidency of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Baluchistan Gofrixty

Figuratively, the meaning of Ziarat valley is a place of pilgrimage, while local names of Ziarat valley were ‘Gwuski and Kowashik’. In 1886, the Gwuski & Kowashik was changed into existing name Ziarat OR often known as Ziarat Valley. The word Ziarat drove from a shrine which means a holy grave of a man. The legends revealed that a Sufi man named Kharwari Baba lived in this valley. After his death, he was buried here. The saint belonged to a Sarangzai Kinsfolk and his real name was Mullah Tahir. Afterwards,…