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Meet Younus AlGohar in Canada and Mexico!
30th September 2017|Activities

Meet Younus AlGohar in Canada and Mexico!

Meet Younus AlGohar in Canada and Mexico!

Messiah Foundation International is excited to invite you to their upcoming programmes in Toronto and Mexico City! These interfaith events, in collaboration with the Universal Great Brotherhood, will feature a keynote speech by the CEO of Messiah Foundation, Younus AlGohar. These events will focus on spiritualising our inner beings and achieving universal love. Entry is free. 

Join MFI on October 22nd in Mexico at the Villas Arqueologicas Hotel in Mexico City from 11 AM to 2 PM.

Attend the programme in Toronto, Canada on October 29th from 2 PM to 5 PM at the United Steel Workers Hall.

The event will be covered on social media by the honourable celebrity, Waqar Zaka. Free spiritual healing will be available at both events. The programmes will also have devotional songs performed live by world-renowned Sufi singer, Sufi Nadeem. If you have any questions, contact MFI Toronto at [email protected]. Refer to the leaflets below for further details!

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Are You Crazy?
24th September 2017|Articles

Are You Crazy?

Are You Crazy?

Sanity and insanity have to do with one’s thought process. Sanity is considered to be a balanced thought process according to the standards of ethical values and norms of the society.

Anything practised by a majority of people for an extended period of time, at a certain stage, it becomes normal. Normal is something that everyone likes and practises. Something that people, as a majority, do not practise, is considered to be abnormal.

If every single person in the world is crazy, then being crazy is normal.

For example, if every member of the nation speaks loudly — and they scream and shout — and they consider it normal, what can you say?

So sanity and insanity can be described, however, there has to be a societal, spiritual or intellectual mirror in which you can judge the norms of sanity.

Sometimes normal things, according to your common sense, appear to be abnormal in the eyes of others who have different standards of ethical and moral values.

Learn more about how the different sources of moral values affect our worldview in the May edition of the Messiah Herald: Save Society with EQ.

In the country where I was born, if somebody is naked and walking on the street, people will call him a mad person. However, in Europe it has become a fashion; [some] people are demanding to be allowed to walk around nude. There are restaurants in Central London where the diners eat naked. They’re all well-educated people; even then, they do not think that if everybody is naked, it will create a chaotic hygienic problem. I really don’t like this idea, but then again, so what? If somebody else wants to be naked, I don’t care; it is their life and they have the right to live it as they want.

So we don’t really know what is sanity and insanity anymore, because people have different standards nowadays.

This article was originally posted on Younus AlGohar’s Medium page

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Younus AlGohar is the Representative of the Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi and CEO of Messiah Foundation International. He has been recognised as an Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. He is an advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony.
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