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Sayyid Shihab Won Hearts Over Minds: Jaihoon

Sayyid Shihab appealed more to our hearts than our minds, asserts Jaihoon at Sayyid Shihab International Summit held at Dubai

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Children & Parents are Eid for one another: Jaihoon

Just as a child in boarding school is eager to meet their parents during his upcoming leave, so is the parent waiting to meet you as well with equal joy

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Daughters are worth more than Diamonds: Jaihoon

Love is the sickle which guarantees our yield. Sharper the sickle, greater the joy.

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E is for Education. Empathy Too: Jaihoon

The extremist elements who terrorize our civil society are also products of educational institutions but severely lacking in empathy

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Ego & Cooking won’t make good bed Partners: Jaihoon

Jaihoon on Male Saints & Female Cooks, during an interactive session at Muhammed Ali Shihab Thangal Memorial (MSTM) Arts and Science College

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Sincerity is to Action what Bow is to Arrow: Jaihoon

Have you seen a dictionary? Every word has in it a specific meaning. Your life too is a dictionary… Jaihoon’s address at BASE Leaders meet

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Children are like Clay in the Compassionate hands of their Teachers: Jaihoon

Children are like clay in the benevolent hands of their teacher. Teaching is a divine process of molding the mind of a child in the twin matrix of values and wisdom… Jaihoon’s address at a Teachers training program

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Faith is about Spiritual Megawatt, not Decibels: Jaihoon

On the need to check the ‘spiritual noise pollution’ in the multi faith neighborhoods of Kerala.

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Campus, the flame. Friendship its Moth: Jaihoon

Empty praise from a friend is worse than a sincere curse from an enemy.

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Expatriates Excel Sufis : Jaihoon

Keralites who traveled to Kerala on ‘mission bread’ continued to support the humanitarian initiatives undergoing in their home country, even as they struggled for their own existence

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