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As the next Month is the month of marry Christmas the Birthday of Hazrat Essa PBUH, he is in the top five Prophets PBUH, so pray with reference to our Prophet Muhammad PUH and Prophet Essa PBUH that Allah swt gives us pleasure, happiness, good health, peace in the world, promotion of humanity and brotherhood, elimination of wars, we offer greeting to all Christianity brother and one more thing that on the same day 25th December is the birth day of our beloved Founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah. We teach Greek Gods during teaching Management subject. These Gods are examples for managers that how to run an organization. What qualities must a leader possess? I tried to explain that Mr. Jinnah possess all these good qualities in him. The purpose of this article is to make comparisons of the Greek gods Apollo, Zeus, Athena, and Dionysus with Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s leadership, along with references:
A nation is defined not by the extent of its territory, but by the character of its people.” This quote highlights the importance of people in shaping the identity of a nation. It is not the land or the resources that make a nation, but the people who live there and share a common culture, history, and values.
Jinnah’s quote is a reminder that it is the people who make a nation great. It is their hard work, their determination, and their willingness to sacrifice for the common good that determine the success of a nation.
“Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three.”
Stanley Wolpert, Jinnah of Pakistan
1. Apollo God
Symbolism: Light, knowledge, and innovation.
Jinnah’s leadership qualities: Jinnah was known for his intellectual brilliance, his ability to articulate complex ideas in a clear and concise manner, and his dedication to education and progress. He was also a master strategist who played a key role in the negotiations that led to the creation of Pakistan.
References:
“Jinnah was a man of great intellect and a master strategist. He was able to articulate his vision for Pakistan in a clear and concise manner, and he was able to rally the support of the Muslim population of India behind his cause.” – Stanley Wolpert, Jinnah of Pakistan: A Political Biography
“Jinnah was a man of action and a man of ideas. He was a brilliant lawyer, a skilled politician, and a gifted orator. He was also a man of deep conviction, and he was willing to make any sacrifice for his cause.” – Yasmeen Khan, the Great Partition: The Making of India and Pakistan
2. Zeus God
Symbolism: Leadership, authority, and power.
Jinnah’s leadership qualities: Jinnah was a strong and decisive leader who commanded the respect of his followers. He was also a skilled politician who was able to build consensus and forge alliances.
References:
“Jinnah was a man of great charisma and a natural leader. He was able to inspire his followers and unite them behind a common goal.” – Ayesha Jalal, the Struggle for Pakistan: A New History
“Jinnah was a man of great integrity and a man of principle. He was willing to stand up for his beliefs, even when it meant facing opposition and persecution.” – Bapsi Sidhwa, Cracking India
3. Athena God
Symbolism: Wisdom, strategy, and tactical thinking.
Jinnah’s leadership qualities: Jinnah was a shrewd tactician who was always several steps ahead of his opponents. He was also a Master of Diplomacy and was able to negotiate favorable terms for Pakistan.
References:
“Jinnah was a man of great political acumen. He was able to read the political landscape with great clarity and was always able to make the best decisions for Pakistan.” – Lawrence Ziring, Pakistan: The State in Crisis
“Jinnah was a man of vision and a man of action. He was able to articulate his vision for Pakistan and was also able to take the steps necessary to it.” – Khursheed Ahmad, a Political History of Modern India
4. Dionysus God
Symbolism: Celebration, pleasure, and spontaneity.
Jinnah’s leadership qualities: Jinnah was a man of great passion and conviction. He was also a man of the people who was able to connect with ordinary Pakistanis on a personal level.
References:
“Jinnah was a man of the people. He was able to connect with ordinary Pakistanis on a personal level and was always willing to fight for their rights.” – Ian Talbot, Jinnah: Pakistan’s Founding Father
“Jinnah was a man of great passion and conviction. He was able to articulate his vision for Pakistan with great fervor and was able to inspire his followers to achieve it.” – Ayesha Jalal, The Struggle for Pakistan: A New History
In conclusion, the Greek gods Apollo, Zeus, Athena, and Dionysus all possess qualities that are reflected in Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s leadership. Jinnah was a man of great intellect, political acumen, passion, and conviction. He was also a shrewd tactician, a skilled diplomat, and a master of strategy. These qualities, along with his ability to connect with ordinary Pakistanis on a personal level, made him a truly great leader.

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