May I seek clarifications on the above point please?
Actually a man's name doesn’t really mean anything to anyone. For example the name ‘Abu Sayeed Husni’ was probably given by the parents or some one else. For that matter they could also have assigned a different name. We can also change our name any time. So the name cannot be our 'TRUE' identity. The real question is who we are, and what our purpose is.
Second point, we notice that Muslims generally cannot discuss crucial issues amicably. Their deliberations, right or wrong, do not go very far. It starts with a normal talk, then soon become argument, then heated argument, then ends up in brawl. We must train ourselves to discuss issues according to science of communication rather than getting emotional. There is always a way to come to light.
Someone said, “I think therefore I am Muslim.”
In this respect I appreciate Mr. Behroz Batliwala’s kind hospitality for always offering a cup of good coffee to keep our gentlemanliness.