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Introducing myself and my journal: Love for Humanity

About Me:
My name is MUHAMMAD MUHAMMAD. I am Muslim but have love for all humanity, irrespective of caste, creed, religion and country/province. I am a Retired Senior Banker plus 75 years of age and am presently practicing as an Advocate for more than a decade. The tyrant and cruel behaviour of one human being to the other, who is either less privileged or belongs to women or children community concerns me a lot. I pray to Almighty Allah that no one usurps the rights of the other and both the parties should perform their mutual obligations and duties so that no cause of complaint arises. At times I had been instrumental in convening reconciliatory meetings and had performed mediatory role in bring both the parties to a peaceful agreement/reconciliation.
The Islam (Religion of Muslims) has given very very high esteem, respect, place and love for a Woman through
Holy Quran which was given to the Holy Prophet MUHAMMAD (May Peace Be Upon Him). If all of us, followers of all
the religions follow the golden principles of Islam, we can avoid a lot of abuse to this frail community i.e. women and
I belong to a lower middle class family. There was always a family feud/controversy in our family due to week financial resources. My weak financial back ground gave me an ideal opportunity to study and experience the hard facts of life in its true perspectives; which, in turn, has made my sentiments very tender and delicate; and cannot see the deprivation and depressed position of any human being or even animal, a man, woman or a child.
In the end it is my humble request with closed hands to every human being, to study or learn the teachings of Islam and follow it in letter and spirit to counter abuse to any living beings especially, women, children and men around the globe. If I have hurt the feeling of anyone unknowingly, unintentionally, I beg unconditional pardon, with the request to pray for me my family and all the human beings of the world, who are my GLOBAL FAMILY.
Lastly, my educational back ground is submitted for perusal of all my GLOBAL FAMILY MEMBERS.
1. Matric 1955 (2) P.M.C.(Punjab) 1956 (3) Order of Merit and Member of Pitman`s Fellowship, London, 1956
4. Honours in Persian 1959 (5) Intermediate 1960 (6) Graduation 1961 (7) Master of Arts in Persian 1963 (8)
Master of Oriental Leanings 1963 (9) Master of Arts in Urdu 1964 (10) LL.B -Graduation in Law 1971
BANKING: Certifiate and Associateship Part I and II examinations of Institute of Bankers in PAKISTAN 1967
Associateship Part I and II examination of Institute of Bankers in London.(ACIB - LONDON)

My Passions:

My Challenges:
To protect rights of less priviledged and weak women & children in the light of Quranic injunctions.

My Vision for the Future:
My Global Family will, INSHA ALLAH, be successful in the worldly life & life after death, if we all act on QURANIC EDUCATION. I will strive for my whole life.

My Areas of Expertise:
Public relations; Human resources; Banking, Law, Secretary, Love for humanity & animals Alike.


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Wecome to the community!

Dear Muhammad,

A warm welcome to our global community! Wow - you have an impressive academic background! With your background in arts, what made you work in the banking industry?

If you have not already, there are plenty of women here from Pakistan in particular that you might be interested in connecting with, and they're listed here:

If you would like some additional tips on making the most of what our site has to offer I encourage you to look through our Getting Started Guide, available here:

Also, I would like to encourage you to watch a newly released short video which features bold and amazing World Pulse women speak out. I hope you like it - available here:

Thanks again for joining with us, and I look forward to connecting with you in the future.

Kind regards,

World Pulse Online Community Management Volunteer

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