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Sort of A Businessman, Op-ed


Mon 20 Apr 2020 | 12:04 PM
By Dr. Hadi Eltonsi, Retired Ambassador and Medical Doctor

Since his early years, God was his idol. He was amazed at the capacity of the creator to know everything and to do anything. Thus he believed that his mundane mission was to learn and achieve forever. His prayers were his means of inspiration, connection, and spiritual growth, not for material gains. He set his mind free turning between schools of life. His insight and travels added to his potential and experience.

His restless soul broke the chains of logic, so with an open careful mind, he passed through spiritual adventures that resulted in a harmonious body, mind, and soul.

With a wandering mind and open senses, he saw man and animal with new eyes wide open. His adorable God created good and evil in dialectic relation with a role and a way for every person, so he respected, loved and served each and everyone, and his soul became purified from all evil motives.

His kindness and compassion included the animal with similar motivations and different talents to man, so he lived peacefully in the animal kingdom.

He learned of the creator’s wisdom that everything has a time and a reason, so he realized the why of life and death, feeling content about his role and life term on earth, making the exercise of his harmonious self in science, achievement and the service of humanity and generations a continuous expression of gratitude and love towards the pine.

Many Egyptians don’t know to which religion belongs the businessman Mr. Murad Foaad, he doesn’t like self-promotion or to speak about controversial issues, he doesn’t practice rituals to show off, instead totally devoted to God to whose majesty he dedicates his energy to serve.

Mr. Murad sold his family real estate assets to buy and reclaim vast desert land which he planted to produce bio food and oily crops of high added value using experts in agriculture, agro-industry, and hard workers from nearby villages, some of who settled in model healthy homes that he established when his business expanded with exports income. He also built for them a center to educate the illiterates and for vocational training on handicrafts for their families, a medical clinic, a library, a television and video hall supplied with documentaries and cultural stuff. The model productive village gained a local and regional high reputation with quality goods.

Content as he feels, Mr. Murad does not stop expanding his business and services. The management is scientific, model, firm but kind. Workers are well paid enjoying housing, social, cultural and medical services. Their family members add to their income selling handicraft products, the village society stronghold to its gains avoiding trouble making feeling accountable and gratitude towards Mr. Murad.

Mr. Murad is retiring soon though he is still active, sportive, and handsome with a healthy and classy lifestyle. He does stop learning and reading. His love for life does not prevent him from being aware and occupied with feelings and problems of his society members trying to ease and solve. The villagers hardly know anything about Mr. Murad’s private life, but sometimes subconsciously follow his example in achieving and harmonizing. After all what he did still the good example is the best he offered to his country.

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