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PostSubject: THE POSITIVE WAY   Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:32 am

The Positive Way
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

We have been advised in the Qur’an that goodness and evil are not equal. Therefore we should return good for evil (41:34). This has been expressed repeatedly in the Qur’an in different wording.

This means that believers should always react positively. At all events they should refrain from negative reaction. Their behavior should be proper, not only in normal circumstances, but also in abnormal circumstances. That is, even when any group displays bad behavior, it is still incumbent on the believers not to display a retaliatory mentality. At that moment, too, they should prove to be men of principle. They should maintain their good behavior, even in the face of bad behavior from others.

Interpreting this verse, Abdullah ibn Abbas comments: ‘God has commanded Muslims in this verse, even when they are angered, to resort to patience and tolerance. Whenever anyone shows any signs of ignorance or a biased mentality, believers should adopt the path of tolerance and fortitude. And whenever anyone displays bad behavior, believers should forgive him.

This Islamic course of action may be described as positive behavior. That is, opting for moderation instead of retaliation. Whatever the attitude of others may be, believers should always remain true to the highest Islamic standards of human character.

A believer is one who begins to lead his life in accordance with the higher realities; the level of whose thinking is above that of ordinary human beings. Such a person comes to have a limitless capacity for tolerance. His inner-self is so deeply immersed that in peace, no outward event can disturb his emotional balance. He takes pity on those who are easily angered. Where ordinary people become provoked, he remains blissfully serene.

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PostSubject: Re: THE POSITIVE WAY   Sat Dec 01, 2007 11:57 am

Decisions taken in anger are always lopsided, because an angry man is not serving any person or organization-he is dissipating his energies for quenching the fire of his anger; which at times is at the expense of the organization he is employed with. Anger is most certainly a negative feeling, whereas the Organization requires cool & calculated decisions strictly in accordance with the principles enunciated under the scientific concept of decision making. Apart from my belief as a Muslim, the principles offered for the spiritual guidance of human fraternity are Universal Truth i.e applicable for all time & ages. The messages of Quraan & Ahadeeth are not in conflict, but augment what is laid down in the modern concept of Management
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