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  1. A Lovely article ! It will help me have less arguments wit friends and family for sure! JazakAllah for sharing

  2. Great post. These are valuable skills to have and perfect in discussions. These are things we are trying to instill in our future leaders at the Muslim Public Affairs Council with the Young Leaders Summits ( http://summits.mpac.org )

  3. Bismillah
    AsalamOalekum

    wonderful article. Every point is valid and I am going to remember each of these in my head inshAllah. :) jazakillah khair

  4. Bismillah
    AsalamOalekum

    wonderful article. Every point is valid and I am going to remember each of these in my head inshAllah. :) jazakillah khair

  5. A key element to a productive conversation is active listening by both parties engaged in the conversation.  When and if active listening is absent, one might as well speak to oneself. Also, if one must decide which is more important to them, winning the argument or the other person – can’t win both.

  6. I feel very inspired through this article. I intend to apply it in my life to improve communication and understanding and strengthening relations with others inshaaAllah. Thanks and Allah Bless!