How to win friends and influence people

Being interested is incredibly important and makes able to win others without defeating anyone. This principle is an important because in building good human relationship, it lays the foundation of a stable social pattern. The book with name “How to stop worrying and start living”, this books dismantles a very important lesson that people and things do care about themselves and if we assure them that we do care about them as well, then they become wellwisher of us and they start doing care about us even with actions. They start to value us. When we are interested in anything, we like to put our best and take things very seriously. It even enables us to deal with people of different walks.

Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said, “Blessed is the man who speaks good and triumphant.” Being interested in anything makes us able to care more and more about that thing. We listen everything with great attention which is about that thing and we give importance. We involve ourselves to them, We make ourself fully aware of that. This habit is very useful because it enables us to work hard and do everything with passion and responsibility. Finally, this thing becomes an integral part of the life.

Finally, It was the time to put this lesson into actions. According to the one of fundamental principles of Amal Fellowship, to realise the real powers of your words, you need to put your words into actions. At the end, I made up my mind to treat all friends and family members with great interest. While I was behaving them, I was really interested and showed them passion and care which worked as a tool to turn on their kindness.

As they felt that my words are so deemed with care and interest, they started to behave me in the same way. I t was really awesome moment and happiest while others felt so pleasant with my words.Really, Once a wise man spoke to his son, “ Dear son, people are not hungry for food nor greedy for money but they are looking for your kind words which make them feel like precious.”