If living is a responsibility, we must follow our heart, not our ego to fulfill our responsibility and be productive.
If the important thing is to facilitate life, we must protect human characteristics, free will, freedom, knowledge, responsibility, and morals that uphold human dignity and focus on truth and justice. We must feel these and think accordingly. We must prioritize the fulfillment of basic needs by applying this in executive solutions and methods.
If everyone were to see both sides of the coin and behave accordingly, with he principle of interdependency, which is essential to life, and if everyone made the effort to assemble the scattered pieces of souls, they would see themselves in those pieces.
I believe that people who adorn their writings/words/intentions/actions with respect, love, sincerity, responsibility, compassionate awareness, and moral consistency make a difference in their area of ministry. They find happiness themselves and also conduce to the happiness of others. This, in turn, invigorates life.
In the dominion of the spirit, culture will eventually find its channel, just as love did. But it will flow wherever it is most valued. It is helpful to keep this in mind. Therefore, while we better ourselves within a good moral structure, we must not neglect to nurture our culture too. We must value it so that it flows to us. What use is there in watering a flower once it has withered away?
It has been said, "Criticism consumes, admiration produces."
In that case, we should remember that we can contribute positively to shaping the future by discovering ways to appreciate cultural activities and increasing productivity without eliminating constructive criticism!
May you have abundant peace and a beautiful life so that you may take the path and remain on it.
Malfono Yusuf Beğtaş
President of the Syriac Association of Language, Culture and Literature
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