Outclass Advocate In Lahore Pakistan - Best Law Firm In Pakistan
If a lawyer in Lahore Pakistan thinks he is out classed: he is out classed. A lawyer in Lahore Pakistan have got to think high to rise, A lawyer in Lahore Pakistan got to be sure of himself before he can get he wanted to, Life's issues don't always go, To the stronger or faster person, Today or tomorrow you will get for what you have dreamed for but you have to struggle a bit. Michel Angelo, an Italian artist writes thus of himself, Meanwhile the Cardinal Ippalito, in whom all my best hopes were placed, being dead, I began to understand that the promises of this world are, for the most part, vain phantoms, and that to confide in one's self, and become something of worth and value, is the best and safest course." The first rule of success according to Emerson is that we should drop the brag and the advertisement, and take Michel Angelo's course "to confide in one's self and be something of worth and value "Remember always what Tennyson said "Self reverence, self knowledge and self-control, these three alone lead life to sovereign power. Perhaps the greatest weakness of an advocate in Lahore Pakistan is his inability to say, No.
This weakness asserts itself in myriad ways-the weakness of not saying No" to the temptations sometimes far from obvious, that comes one's way. There is the temptation to do as the Jones' do; the temptation of publicity; the temptation to work beyond one's strength, the temptation of unworthy ambition, the temptation to be a good fellow", the temptation to seek or accept office because your friend "thinks you ought to; temptation without end."You must hold yourself dear." You should be ambitious but your ambition must be of a very high order and made of sternest kind of stuff. An advocate in Lahore Pakistan should not stoop to conquer and disdain to climb by unworthy means. All his life Robert Jackson treasured a picture which portrayed a lone man seated at his desk studying. There were books strewn about him and an old fashioned oil lamp was on the desk, a globe stood in one corner of the room over the head of the young man, a phantom hand held a laural wreath. The caption beneath the picture was a line from Kipling's poem "The winners." "He travels fastest who travels alone". Jackson kept that picture near his desk, even while on the Supreme Court as a symbol."This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man.
Unfair Criticism How often men allow their energy to be dissipated and their good nature curdled by undue attention to base lesser unjust attacks. It was very important for me, said Justice Frankfurter to learn rather early in life, Lincoln's attitude towards unfair criticism. "If I were, to try to read", Lincoln has been quoted as saying "much less answer all the attacks made on me, this shop might have been closed for any other business. I do the very best and try our very best as a lawyer and I mean to keep doing so until the end. If the end brings an advocate in Lahore Pakistan out all right, what is said against me won't amount to anything. If the end brings me out wrong, ten angels swearing, I was right would make no difference".