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For a Better Tommorrow (Pt-I)

For a Better Tommorrow (Pt-I)
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Shamsudheen, Pravasi Bandhu, explains the economic aspects of an expatriate.

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This is a very helpful show. I am looking forward to see more of this.

regards

Thank you for this nice speech…

Mr. Shamsudheen explains the real fact of a ‘pravasi’ in Gulf region.
Actually, this is the real picture of the majority!

But, as per me, he stops the speech with an uncompleted picture. He gives an advice to get more income, instead of convince the body to live with the current income.

This is a good suggestion. But, the speech was very nice, if he gives some openings and ways to get additional income for a pravasi. (I’m not talking about the pravasi, who works in technical / skilled fields, IT sector, business, etc., but who works in Bagala, boofiay, cleaning, construction, etc. He is the one needs close attention. Because, he fails to meet the two ends of his life with SR. 1000 or 1500 per month. He never met any standards of life!

He can work for an extra income, as the Bengali does! But, he never likes to do such!! So, the next question, what is the solution to get rid off such burden from him and raise him to a living standard?

As per my opinion, we have to change our “Policy and Procedure” of life. Traditions and customs are the main drivers of our life.
*) Always we can see the First Priority of a Pravasi is to make a BIG Kottaram for his family. (He never thought to find an income first by buying a land or anything like that, and that income will bring you a home).
*) If the girl’s father is Pravasi, the graph will go high with Maruthi, Estate, Gold, etc. etc.
*) Lavishness in the Marriage Functions, just for prestige; he forced to do so, even if he can’t!
*) Lack of exercise (one common phenomenon in our people, with the help of an argument “I have no time”) beats his body with all notorious diseases.
*) Lack of time to watch other than TV channels, freezes his brain from other activities.

People like you (Mr. Shamsudheen) to discover some investment opportunities for such people, who’s youth burned for the sake of their families, who’s days are (even Thursdays and Fridays) are same color for the whole year, who’s stomach is became bigger with cholesterol/pressure/sugar.

I know, this question had been started from the first day of the pravasam, but with no adequate answers. Eventhough, with the help of government, we can do something. But the first and foremost thing; no politics should participate!

I’m not stopping…..

Regards,
Saif

Dear Saif,

Thank you for your comments.

>>>>But, as per me, he stops the speech with an uncompleted picture. He gives an advice to get more income, instead of convince the body to live with the current income.

This speach is short form of class conducted in the name “For a better tomorrow” to low and middle income Pravasi’s and thier families back home, which is three hours long training program, I had conducted such 139 program in all in India and GCC countreis except KSA.
One of the important emphsis is thrift habit (Mithvaya sheelam)

>>>if he gives some openings and ways to get additional income for a pravasi. (I’m not talking about the pravasi, who works in technical / skilled fields, IT sector, business, etc., but who works in Bagala, boofiay, cleaning, construction, etc.

Each and every individual could grow based on his individual ability. But every one must have Goal and urge to improve. Allah Said unless you try to change he will not change. So, our attempt is more impotent. For this there is written method, or way. I have seen many people working various low income areas madding additonal income spending the valuable time for themself. If you give me your postal address I shall send you one article publishes on this subject.

>>>Always we can see the First Priority of a Pravasi is to make a BIG Kottaram for his family.

I am always mentioning this issue in my programs.

>>> Lavishness in the Marriage Functions, just for prestige; he forced to do so, even if he can’t!
*) Lack of exercise (one common phenomenon in our people, with the help of an argument “I have no time”) beats his body with all notorious diseases.
*) Lack of time to watch other than TV channels, freezes his brain from other activities.

If you make an opportunity to conduct my class where you are living, you will get more information.

>>>People like you (Mr. Shamsudheen) to discover some investment opportunities for such people, who’s youth burned for the sake of their families, who’s days are (even Thursdays and Fridays) are same color for the whole year, who’s stomach is became bigger with cholesterol/pressure/sugar.

My dear we are like candles, burning and vanishing to light others.

Even the lowest paid worker in GCC countreis could lead a decent life if he save monthly Rs. 500 (Dh 50) This is possible for the lowest paid workers.

In my program I am giving full information all types of investment which could start with Rs 5000 to millions.

With regards

K V Shamsudheen

Mohammed Shareef

Thanks a lot. I would like to knew more about your programmes and classes.

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