I realized early on that I felt at ease articulating my ideas. It’s a natural inclination for me to put a thought on paper or communicate it in a speech or dialogue. At the same time, it’s a mental process that I did not take lightly.
One sentence can make a world of difference, and the annals of history are full of examples of statements that represented turning points in the lives of individuals, communities, and even entire society. I’ve always been impressed with how touching communication can be when it combines simplicity and the power of the word. The greatest communicators make their message sound simple, yet their words have enormous impact.
The Islamic civilization in particular features many personalities starting with The Prophet Mohammed (Peace Be Upon Him), who mastered the craft of articulating words to get people to truly understand why they should be part of a vision, engage in a change of lifestyle, or adopt unfamiliar concepts and new thinking. I was also taken by the oratorical skills of Winston Churchill.
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A while back, after plenty of reflection and soul searching, I concluded that the single most important factor influencing our region, both as individuals and as a society, is the profile and character of the leadership that emerges from the ranks to steer our various institutions and organizations into a promising future.
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