Friday, August 20, 2010

Pemimpin yang menggelarkan dirinya Khalifah Umar Al-Khattab mengikut kata sami hindu


Serve with a smile, hindu spiritual guru tells Guan Eng

Sunday, 15 August 2010 15:34

GEORGE TOWN – Renowned spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar has six words for Lim Guan Eng: Serve the people with a smile.

"If you don't carry a smile while serving the people, you will not be able to serve them well," he told the Penang chief minister.

"Politics must always be accompanied with spirituality. We must care for the world and not only for a particular organisation," His Holiness, who is affectionately known as Guruji, said during a dialogue session at Penang International Sports Arena last night.


The Art of Living Foundation founder said everybody hoped for prosperity especially to give their children a better world.

"Malaysia has it all and we must appreciate it to make it a better place," he said The Star report.

Lim replied: "I will remember your words that we must serve with a smile, that is why you see me smiling now.

"We want to have a sustainable development and make sure all the wonderful people are allowed to fully realise their potential."

Some 13,500 followers thronged the arena to see Guruji.

In a separate development, Gerakan president Dr Koh Tsu Koon urged political parties to practise polite politics, not vulgar politics.

"Walk the talk, and avoid indulging in negative politics merely to outdo a competitor.

"If the Federal Government has not done right, criticise with facts and figures. Propose suggestions and solutions," Bernama quoted him as saying.

"If Pakatan Rakyat has done something wrong in their four states (Kedah, Penang, Selangor and Kelantan), criticise. But both sides must accept criticism and not go to the extreme in their actions," he said when opening the party's Federal Territory gerakan annual delegates conference in Kuala Lumpur today.

He noted that negative politics, such as one-upmanship, has become a culture after the 2008 general election, which triggered some extreme reaction and disagreement among the people.

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