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The Road to Soofie Bhaijaan Darbaar – Sherwood 45th Cutting

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“Likeable leaders understand their knowledge and expertise are critical to the success of everyone who follows them. Therefore, they regularly connect with people to share their substance (as opposed to superficial small talk). Likeable leaders don’t puff themselves up or pretend to be something they’re not, because they don’t have to. They have substance, and they share it with their people” ~ Gary Pike via Jim Rohn with permission

Another sunset photo of my favourite mosque

Canon G3X. F5. ISO 125. 1/100 sec & 1/1600 sec. Tripod. Manual. RAW.

Sunset at Soofie Bhaijaan Darbaar – Sherwood 45th Cutting

Web Preparedsalam (Large)“We’ve all worked for someone who constantly holds something back, whether it’s knowledge or resources. They act as if they’re afraid you’ll outshine them if they give you access to everything you need to do your job. Likeable leaders are unfailingly generous with whom they know, what they know and the resources they have. They want you to do well more than anything else because they understand this is their job as a leader and because they’re confident enough to never worry that your success might make them look bad. In fact, they believe that your success is their success.” ~ Gary Pike with permission Jim Rohn
This is my favourite mosque and it really comes alive when decorated with added lights and flags. I drive past the mosque quite often and it always draws a steady stare. There’s a lovely aura in the near vicinity as well.
Canon G3X. F5.6. ISO 320. 1/400 sec. Tripod. Manual. RAW. Sunset Friday 15 July 2016