Global Interdependence: Introduction

Global Interdependence: Introduction

“You claim to be at one with 72 religious sects,” a public challenge arose before Rumi, a dignified Sufi mystic and thirteenth-century Persian poet, “but the Jews cannot agree with the Christians, and the Christians cannot agree with Muslims. If they cannot agree with each other, how could you agree with them all?” To this Rumi answered, “Yes, you are right, I agree with you too.”

The purpose of this post, along with multiple others which will be published in the near future, is to propose and give our readers the idea of how globalization in this age might just be offering us headway towards global interdependence, that is, if we are willing to embrace the art of understanding!

Note: The complete article is published in Ezine, click here to visit the page. The motive behind posting the article here piece-by-piece is to ensure we target the readers, optimally and effectively.

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Muhammad Ashhar

I’m Ashhar. I don’t really look my age even though I am 16 years old. I live in Lahore, Pakistan. I hate noise, I like sports (mainly Football) and TV-shows; but, I really love reading & writing, so you can probably guess how I spend most of my time. I am a student of PakTurk International College, studying Computer Sciences. I have an ardent enthusiasm for writing articles on multiple niches.

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