Brothers and Sisters !!
WHAT DOES THE WORD FRUSTRATE MEAN,
AND WHAT IS ITS BEHAVIOUR?
FRUSTRATE - verb 1. prevent (a plan or attempted action) from progressing, succeeding, or being fulfilled. "the rescue attempt was frustrated by bad weather" synonyms: thwart, defeat, foil, block, stop, put a stop to, counter, spoil, check, baulk, circumvent, disappoint, forestall, bar, dash, scotch, quash, crush, derail, nip in the bud, baffle, nullify, snooker; obstruct, impede, hamper, hinder, stifle, fetter, hamstring, cripple, put a brake on, stand in the way of, spike someone's guns; informalstymie, foul up, screw up, put the kibosh on, put the lid on, banjax, do for; informal scupper"the settlers' attempts at agriculture were frustrated by the climate" antonyms: help, facilitate - prevent (someone) from doing or achieving something. "in numerous policy areas, central government has been frustrated by local authorities" 2. cause (someone) to feel upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something. "it can be very frustrating to find that the size you want isn't there"
synonyms: exasperate, infuriate, annoy, anger, madden, vex, irritate, irk, embitter, sour, get someone's back up, try someone's patience; discourage, dishearten, dispirit, depress, dissatisfy, make discontented; informalaggravate, drive mad, drive crazy, bug, miff, hack off, get to, get under someone's skin, give someone the hump; informalwind up, get on someone's wick, nark - "the objections of his colleagues clearly frustrated him"
Today Turah is not taught in the home. So when you need staff to grow your business, you're going to bring people amongst you with no Turah training. In our business, because we are not allowed to preach religion to staff members, we disguise Turah under the burka of professionalism.
Professionalism is a behaviour, which we can introduce through THE 3 RULES. We also use the dictionary of the language of our nation and teach them professional words which mainly have to do with behaviour, hence we find through these tools, the mind of our staff is dwelling in and behaving Turah. We printed out a copy of this word FRUSTRATE and pointed out the difference between street-behaviour and professionalism. We told them that people are watching their behaviour outside the business as well and if they are wise they will beware of their reputation if they want to be successful.
It is a good thing for all of us to be aware of these two words RUDENESS AND FRUSTRATE and make sure we don't manifest such behaviour before the Master.
By Victoria Hilton
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