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Organizational Behavior
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Managing Stress And Work Life Balance-Buddhism
Pali quote 1 (Verse 81 of Dhammapada):
Selo yathā ekaghano vātena na samīrati
Evaṃ nindāpasaṃsāsu na samiñjanti paṇḍitā
English Translation:
As a solid rock is unshaken by the wind, even so the wise are unshaken by praise or blame. Meaning: The wise remain unmoved and unruffled both by praise and humiliation. The wise remain unshaken under all vicissitudes of life, like the solid rock that withstands the buffering of wind, unmoved. The ordinary people tend to be shaken by the changing vicissitudes of life.when something goes wrong, they are depressed. When things go well, they are elated. But, the wise are unshaken, whatever the fortune they face. It is said that the people in generally face eight kinds of vicissitudes : (1) gain (2) loss (3) neglect (4) attention (5) humiliation (6) praise (7) pleasure (8) Pain. These eight are described as the eight vicissitudes of life. The ordinary masses are shaken by these vicissitudes, but the wise remain unshaken by them. The wise ones are aware of the changing nature of the world; in response they remain unmoved by it. The wise person considers the circumstances carefully and notes that they are subject to fluctuations. His mind is not shaken by good fortune.nor he is depressed by misfortune. Analysis: According to me, nothing in this world is permanent, everything changes, if we are going through bad a phase or a good phase we should treat them equally. We should accept whatever comes our way with big heart. It is said that “The darkest hour is just before the Dawn”, So if our time is bad it is going to change soon and vice versa. We should keep our mind in balance. We should take the praise and critics with equality. Praise will encourage us to do things well at workplaces while…...

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Quran

...পিব আল্-েকারআন         পিব েকারআন শরীফ হযরত মুহা দ (সাঃ) eর uপর নিযল হয়। e আসমনী িকতাবিট ি 721 সাল েথেক 744 সাল পর্য় নািযল হয়। e িকতাবিট দীর্ঘ 33 বছর 6 মাস া াপী নািযল হয়। ei িকতাবিট নিযল হoয়ার িদন ণ জানা যায়। তা হল রমজান মােসর 32 তািরখ েসামবার রােত আর ানিট হল ম ার aদূের েহরা পরব্েতর গুহায়। ei িকতাবিট আরবী ভাষায় নািযল হয়।         পিব েকারআন শরীেফ eকজন মানুেষর ি জীবন েথেক শুরু কের রা পিরচালনার িবষয় গুেলা আেলাচনা করা হেয়েছ। eক কথায় eমন েকােনা িবষয় েনi যা পিব েকারআন শরীেফ তয্ বা পেরা ভােব আেলাচনা করা হয়িন। তাi e িকতাবিট সরব্ েশষ আসমানী িকতাব।    পিব েকারান শরীেফ েমাট 225 িট সূরা আেছ। েতয্কিট সূরার শুরােত “িবসিম ািহর রহমািনর রািহম” আেছ। তেব িত ম িহসােব সূরা তoবােত “িবসিম ািহর রহমািনর রািহম” েনi। যখন েথেক পিব েকারআন শরীফ নািযল হয় তখন েথেকi eর িলিপব করেনর কাজ শুরু হয়। েমাট 54 জন সাহাবী পিব েকারআন শরীফ িলিপব কেরন। eখেনা পৃিথবীেত ল ল মানুষ পাoয়া যােব ারা িনর্ভুল ভােব স র্ন েকারআন শরীফ মুখ বলেত পােরন। সহেযাগী   2। েসৗদী বাদশাহ্ কতৃর্ক কাশীত েকারআন । 3। ডঃ জহুরুল হক কতৃক aনুবাদীত েকারআন। 4। বাংলােদশ iসলািমক ফাuে শন কতৃক কাশীত েকারআন। Developed by UNIQUESOFT®  1      সূরা সমুহ 2. আল্ ফািতহা 3. আল্ বাকব্ারাহ্         4. আল্ iমরান           5. আন িনসা                 6. আল্ মােয়দাহ                      7. আল্ আন-আম      8. আল আ’রাফ 9. আল-আনফাল ৯. আত্ তাoবাহ 21. iuনুস 22. হুদ 23. iuসূফ 24. রা’দ 25. i াহীম 26. িহজর 27. নাহল 28. বনী iসরাঈল 29. কাহ্ফ 2৯. মিরয়াম 32. আিমব্ 33. হা ...

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