As I read the print book wrote by Aslan about his life and talked about the believing the religious different than before. He was born in the muslin family, but he believed to the Christ Jesus. Somehow, I see the difficult to pray the god who he was grow with in the childhood. Even he told the mother was more specifically pray to the Islam god. He even told “In the American of 1980s being Muslim ...
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... time for farming their land and they got a chance to have a good time with their family. I think creating the multicultural help to make the country great and peace in the right way. It helps us to understand each other and know about cultural differences. It will also provide us to respect each other religiously in the right way of manner.
As I think nowadays, having multi-culture working together in the same company will definitely help to improve the mutual understanding with each other and as well with the company will have good benefits. Having a good collaboration with each other well, having traded between the countries brings more jobs and help country gross income. It make each other valuable in the same time. It also helps to learn about the science, history, and new technology in the universe. It will definitely make easy access in every field of jobs.
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