Dear Learners,

As you have seen, the GUESS and CHECK method can be used to UNDERSTAND and SUMMARISE any article or chapter. Once an article has been summarised you must draw your own CONCLUSIONS. Your conclusions should answer questions like:
  • What did I LEARN from this article?
  • Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?
  • How VALID is the method or the idea?
  • What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
  • WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
  • If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
  • Is the method ok, are the references authentic?

Now do the above things on the article given in class. Summarise the article using a diagram as you did for "Tottho Chara Projukti". After doing the diagram, answer the above questions on the article for yourself. Then in the table below,
  1. Comment on any THREE aspects (questions on the article) that you feel you understand. (2 x 3 = 6 marks).

  2. READ the comments of your classmates and write TWO comments on what they have written. (2 x 2 = 4 marks)


In case you did not get a copy of the article, it is again given in the link below:


Complete this work by Thursday, January 20, 2pm. Put your work in the row with your ID.


ID

Comment on Article

ID

Comment on Comment

IER1
What did I learnt from this article?

  • The article teaches us about the gravity of trust. One person may be termed as successful when he/she can be trusted by the people around him/her. Undoubtedly, it’s a great honour for any body to gain the trust of people. If we look at our society how much we can trust the people around us? Are there not sufficient evidences of “act of mistrust” even from very close people? In human being there are two qualities, one is rationality and another is animality. So, only we can trust on the rational people, in order to ensure the safety of our valuables. Although, there are chances of mishap, still we have to put our trust to some extent to the people around us. Otherwise we can not go forward even a single day without trusting the people around us. Religious trust is completely different than that of this trust among human being. All the religion teaches us to have strong trust on the creator. In islam trust on almighty Allah is the first and foremost condition to be a Muslim which is also term as “Eman” the first pillar of Islam. Here trust means complete surrender of oneself to the almighty Allah. We need to take lesson from the unparallel trusts shown to the creator by the mother of prophet Moses and Hazrat Hagera(mother of hazrat Ismail). These are the most glorious example of true trust to the creator by his creations.
Is the article proposing a new method or idea?
  • My understanding is that the article does not propose a new method or idea at all. Trust is the internal quality of human being and indiscriminately all human being carrying this quality since his/her birth. Of course degree of trust varies in a great extent from person to person.
How valid is the method or the idea?
  • The method or idea is absolutely valid as some excerpts are taken from some divine books. The idea is helping to understand people how much he(Creator) reward the people who completely surrender himself/herself by fixing trust on the creator.

Comments on IER 12: I want to incorporate "what would be the criteria of trust toward the people around us?". Degree of trust may vary unlike trust to almighty Allah but we have to put trust to some extent to the people of our society.

Comments on IER 17: Mostly spoken about fixing trust to people around us. We need to fix the level of trust to the creator as the article elaborately described some unparallel examples of trusts from the creations to the creator.
IER2
In our everyday life we frequently fall in the conflict of trust and mistrust. The degree of our trust depends on the person, whom we put our trust in. As we are all erroneous human being, it is not always possible to trust someone 90%or 99%. In this article ‘the revelation’, the target of the writer is to show how much trust did the believers put in the Creator and how the promise was kept by the Creator. The writer points out the acid test, the believers may go through to demonstrate their trust. Then he moves to the generalization, how we should demonstrate our trust in our Creator Allah.
Writer draws the example of the mother of Moses and Hager, the wife of Abraham, to depict the degree of trust the believers put in Allah. He stretched the depiction to the reward they got from Allah. Allah kept His promises. The Moses was restored to His mother and the zam zam was ‘gushed out’ in the desert. Thus it is pointed out that we too should put trust in our creator ‘without reservation’. Writer brings the issue of the people who put incomplete trust in the creator. Those people will be tested and will be treated accordingly.
From this article I have learned that trust means trusting someone without reservation. we can not predict the event or situation or the nature of fellow people. But we can trust our Creator. From the sayings of the holly Qur’an we realize thatabsolute trust begets highest response from the Creator’s part. So, we should trust our creator whole-heartedly to become a true believer and we will surely be rewarded in the long run.
The article presents the method of proving something through the quotations of famous people.This method is not new altogether. But the newness of this article is that, here the writer does not sum-up or make any clear-cut comment.He guides and drives his reader to believing his point by describing the Qur’anic scenes.
This method is very effective in proving something. Here writer keeps himself in a neutral position which imparts the article authenticity. But citing from a religious book may not be absolutely valid as the citation is not equally acceptable to people like non muslims, aethists or skeptics .
The writer has used secondary data collected from the Qur’an, the Bible and from the sayings of famous people.
All the references are given orderly. The method(proving by quoting) is ok. But citations needs to be made accordingly . If the article is written for all groups of people then citation must be made from all types of sources so that it can have its acceptability.
Comments on 3 aspects
a) Characteristics of trust:trust is a complete surrender to the entity we put it in. It brings hope and give peace in mind.
b) It may be possible but very difficult to trust a person 90% or 99%. In present world this degree of trust is not sensible all the time.
c) We cannot predict the event or situation. So, partial mistrust is very natural.

On IER 12 : I agree with him in that point that trust comes from the core of one’s heart. I oppose him on this point that ‘trust’ without proof is not
trust .It is emotion. valid and sustainable trust comes after observing the trustworthiness of the entity we put our trust in

On IER 17: Yes ,I do agree with him. Trust is the first and formost thing in all relationships. It can solve many problems of our everyday life.
We must try to be trusted to others and, I may add, to trust others.
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IER5
1.How should the Creator feel if he is not trusted by his best creations-human beings?
Ans-Someone always forgets where he has come from and wherever he has to go.
2. Does trust have any characteristics?
Ans-Trust is too abstract to find such type of question.
3. Is it possible or sensible to trust someone 90% or even 99%?
Ans-Except the Creator, it is not wise to trust.

  • IER-32
  • I agree with him that it is always be learnable for all of us.
  • GPP-1
  • I think that he enjoyed the writing very much.
IER6
What did I LEARN from this article?
Trust and faith may differ from person to person. The first one comes with proof and does not necessary promises any return. On the other hand the second comes from the bottom of one's heart - in most cases unconditional surrender to the creator. Trust can win over all limitations and always rewarding at the end.

What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
The researcher has used qualitative data to prove the core idea of the article

WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The researcher did not collect any data from primary sources. He took data from internet which is a secondary source of information. So it may be said that the researcher has used secondary data.

Comment on IER15:

we are to trust ourselves first and for peaceful life we have to trust others also.It is not easy to know whether it will be peaceful or not.

Comment on IER19:

-It can not be understood that the difference between trust and belief from the answer.
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IER12
What did I LEARN from this article?

My learning from this article is all about refreshing my ideas about trusting an entity to which I desire to trust. Trust should come from the bottom of the hearts of one without any proof that is surrender to an entity completely to be more loyal.

Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?

In my understanding the article doesn’t provide any new idea and not used new data. Idea of trusting on the invisible existence of creator is ancient and eternal. People from the ancient time have trust on creator for the peace and well being without any proof.


How VALID is the method or the idea?

The idea of writing an article on “TRUST” is absolutely fantastic which will inspire people those; who are no atheist to reconsider about their trust on creator especially in the revolutionary era of technology. There is no specific method of writing an article is shown here expect presenting data from secondary sources harmoniously.

What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?


The author of this article used secondary data which are mainly taken from holly books and Wikipedia. Off course data presented in this article is really important for the readers to be more entrusted to the creator. The way author presented the data is really signified the idea of trust manifolds.
WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?

Data used in this article are secondary and they are taken from holly books Quran, bibel and some quotes form George MacDonald, Grath Henrichs.

If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?

Data used in this article are absolutely secondary and all necessary reference are given orderly.

Is the method ok, are the references authentic?

In my understanding no new method is used so far but reference given are authentic.
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Comments on IER -20: My friend I am completely agreed with you on "Trust' is unconditional undertaking or surrender to that entity you want to trust". Just add a little that people used trust inheritabley as tradition of their forefather.


Comments on ER -17: Yes friend! Indeed it is a great thinking that you very rightly figured out the necessity to put effort to be trusted to one we are caring for. this really important for us to keep harmony in relationship any kind to overcome the hurdles and make the relationship meaningful. Your idea really foster the idea of "TRUST".
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IER15
  1. Trust is the most important inner trait for a human being. If we have trust in our Creator then we can have the faith on ourselves which will lead to success and a peaceful life.
  2. The data has been taken from secondary sources. The data has been collected from the history, quotations from the Holy Quran, Holy Bible, and quotations of famous philosophers.
  3. The references are given from Holy Quran, Bible and from the pages of history which are very much authentic.

IER 24
- trust is something that you can not measure or weighted. its a factor to evaluate a human being
- the author used many quotes, sources to define how trust is important in life
Not a comment on comment!
IER16
  • What did I LEARN from this article?

This article is all about Trust. The Almighty Allah entrusts all of us with trust. Trust is the invisible force of all relationship whether it is religious or worldly.

  • WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?

The data is of from secondary source. these are taken from the Holy books, famous quotations and from historical incidents.
  • If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?

This can be a perfect example of using secondary data which has been used methodically with specific references.

Comment on IER15:

-Yes we have to trust ourselves but for peaceful life we have to trust others also and in that case I don't know whether it will be peaceful or not.

Comment on IER19:

-I can't understand the difference between trust and belief from the answer.
IER17
What did I learn from the article?

To feel some one as a friend, to love or to be loved trust may be considered first and foremost thing. Higher extents of trust may also help in overcoming unusual hurdles. On the other hand, lack of trust may cause in breaking down of relationship, even it is carrying on since long. Thus my learning from the article, all of us should try to be trusted to whom we are caring for; that should even for a tiny moment we have to pass.

How valid is the method or the idea?

Validity of the method or idea presented here is subject of variation based on person to person. People may be religious, atheist or may be secular. So quotation cited here may stimulate readers’ perception in different ways. But the fact is, examples have been made on true facts those have happened, not like that fabricated views are being presented. In my opinion, presenting the truth with proper bibliography has validated the method or the idea.
Good!
Where has the data been taken from, i.e. is it primary or secondary?

Data used to formulate the article are secondary based on their source of origin; those have been taken from different authentic sources with proper references.
GPP-14
Faiz Ahmed, GPP-14 # Trust is confident and condition or factor not applicable i.e. my love to Allah has no condition so I trust Allah for that I am Muslim, But I have loyalty to other religious too so I believe others.
# Data use in the article is universally well known. But subject to learning from the article to some one view is believe or trust.
# Trust is day to day attitude to make our self confident then other will faith to us and when faith turns as compliment that will be trust. (i.e. Prophet Muhammad)
Not a comment on comment
Mahbubul Alam IER#20:
Yes, it is our duty to be really trusted to who trust us.
Md. Atiar Rahman;GPP-10:A word trust is indicated relationships, commitment, congenial atmosphere and to contribute to the member of society.

Meer Ahsan Habib (GPP 06)
- I agree with you (IER17). But one thing pop up in my mind - whether an atheist really thinks in this way. What would be his point of action? I believe, it is not trust rather fact and judgment is the driver here.
IER18
The article The Revelation written by Dr. Yousuf Mahbubul Islam is an excellent stuff for understanding the meaning of very prime and divine word like Trust. The author successfully developed his write-up stranding various quotes from different religious scriptures with his skilled writer like style. Though the subject itself is very basic with ever ancient idea but the author’s style of presentation with required authentic secondary data turned it spiritual, quite interesting and educative. The author was also very generous in mentioning each and every quote used in his well valued write-up with authentic references.

Trust is a superb, powerful, unconditional and divine quality of any human being. Its magnitude is even far higher than that of faith, belief, integrity, honesty, affection or love. This very divine quality may only be quantified in terms of only yes i.e. 100 percent or not i.e. 0 percent.

The article provoked me to trust my self and my associate once again with its absolute magnitude to enjoy the way of life.
IER32


GPP 01
  • I agree with him that it is always be educative for all of us.
  • It seems that he enjoyed the writing very much. It is again reminiscence for us.


  • Definitely the author successfully could disseminate the idea of trust. He used religious source and showed how trust or faith can be true. I agree with your comments.
IER19
What did I LEARN from this article?
I learnt from the article that there were difference between trust and belief/faith. Trust is without proof and followed by love. Another way, I think 2 + 2 = 4 is belief/faith where as the symbole "2" is trust.
  • Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?
The idea is not new but the way of presentation introducing logic based on history and relogoius matter is unique.
  • How VALID is the method or the idea?
The idea is absolutely valid as I a believer of Almighty Allah. It also valid for this time/era.
What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
The author has reviewed the literature.
  • WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The data has been taken from secondary sources.
  • If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
Yes, adequate References has been given.
Is the method ok, are the references authentic?
As an muslim, ofcourse the references, specially the verse of holy Quaran, are authentic. Mo doubt about of this.
GPP#03


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IER#18
Md. Mizanur Rahman, GPP#03
I like to address that idea described here is not only valid for believer of Almighty Allah but also for other.
Because every one has to trust on some one or some issues for performing his routine work. If one can not believe upon any thing or any one, it is difficult for him to work or live alone in a society.


1st comment on comment by IER#18
The comment by Mr. Kamruzzaman,IER#19 seems preety interesting.I dear not to define any of the prime qualities like trust,faith,belief ect. I only guess trust is a simple math with the absolute answer yes or not. I also suppose that Mr. Kamruzzaman wated to mention that the references as a whole are authentic.However, its exhaustive and wonderful comment.


My dearest I do agree with you as linked love, faith and trust and emphasized on its preservation.
IER20
What did I LEARN from this article?
This is an fantastic article about Trust. The basic learning of the article is that 'Trust' is unconditional undertaking or surrender to that entity you want to trust. This is something that put you in the state of mental strength. The more you trust an entity, the more you are loyal to that and you expect and stand for the putcome you desire or you have been asked to desire. In fact, trust is divine in the sense that you need not anything as proof,i.e totally unconditional. The reward is not always seen rather people expect that in the hereafter.
Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?
In fact, the idea is not new. This is an ancient idea to trust entities that may be an invisible exiatance, may be a person especially the prophets. One thing is new with the article that the old idea is newly presented in the age of technology where people want to have proof in believing something or people.
How VALID is the method or the idea?
I think, no method has been shown in the article from the part of the writer. It is simply the collection of quots from the holy books or from the articles of other persons which is not a significant method. He has no findings from his own research. He did not put any comments regarding trust.
But the idea is very significant. The idea vividly presented in the article is so far the most influencial one in the world. Even till date, this is the significant idea. The reason is people need peace in their mind. They are naturally intended to trust the entities those give them peace in mind. In other sense, people who do not trust in invisible entities also trust in the sense that their trust is negative. negative trust is also a sort of trust.
What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
Data used in the article are perceptional. They are based on individual's mental strength. Their individual faith and intensity of faith are the core of the data presented. The author has quoted those.
WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The data are secondary in nature but they are very original. They have never been changed since they had been originated. Some are of the human beings and most of them are spiritual.
If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
Since the data are of secondary nature, the author needs not to cite the method of collection.
Yes, the reference are given but they could have been more clear by stating the sources with vesrses of the holy books and the books quoted from.
Is the method ok, are the references authentic?
No need to say anything with the part-1 since no method of collection is satated in the article. For the second part, the answer is 'Yes'. References are authentic.

Three Aspects those I understood
1. Trust in any entity cannot be justified by proof always.
2. There are some incidents taken place in the world those cannot be described by the ordinary means though they taken place in fron of the people, History states.
3. Human beings have complete surrender/devotion to the entities they trust those are not always logical but facts.
Md. Mazharul Islam IER: 17



GPP-07
Yeah I am in full agreement with you that trust is divine. But what happen if someone very trusted all of a sudden shows the other side of trust? Is then it carries the Hell in this real world? May be it is, I do believe so.

Meer Ahsan Habib GPP 06 - The article in fact is advocating for an idea - trust. If one trust something by heart s/he will be rewarded in return.



'...no method has been shown in the article from the part of the writer' is not the fact. The writer use secondary data and made referecnes that is itself a method. Is not it? (GPP-07)

IER -32. Off course! Using secondary data and reference so nice itself a method. Firstly I was also confused about the method of writing this article, thank you a lot as your comments opened my eyes and I could realized my mistake.

Comment on IER -20; comment given by: GPP 31
I am not agreed with the point that trust is unconditional. Trust is conditional in that sense if we think of our trust on our creator; we do trust on him because we know that he was the one who create us and will give us the reward for keeping trust on him.because when he create us; he trusted on us that we will trust him and we will work according to his wishes.
Like this no trust is unconditional. We trust on something because we think that we will be trusted. Who wrote this?
IER21
Learning from the Article
Trust, Patience as well as perseverance

An apparently trifling matter might demand better understanding

Secondary from Internet

Ref Yes

Mere reference of website may not be authentic

Questions:
1.How should the Creator feel if he is not trusted by his best creations-human beings?
Ans-Man forgets where he has come from and wherever he has to go.
2. Does trust have any characteristics?
Ans-Trust is too abstract to find this stereotyped question.
3. Is it possible or sensible to trust someone 90% or even 99%?
Ans-Except the Creator, it is not wise to trust at this level.
IER 17


GPP 14
I do not agree with you, Mr Mazhar because citations in the article are relevant and merged into a single point of discussion with an important topic.

Your comments in the first sentence relating to vibrant impression in your mind attracts me but the last sentence failed to give any message I expected.
IER22
· # What did I LEARN from this article From the article I came to know that Trust and Faith have some distinct between them. Faith is believed by some proof but trust is unconditional surrender to someone we want to trust. We absolutely trust on our creator or God even though we don’t have any visualization of his entity. In return we get our reward to trust on someone or some entity. Trust make an inner strength that helps to overcome any hurdle. Trust and Faith are the basic of any relation. To be trusted by others we have to have trust on ourselves.
· # Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA in the article we do not get any Method but we get an IDEA. The idea given in the article is not a new one. The concept is very much familiar to us but the author has presented the concept in a different way to us.
· # How VALID is the method or the idea as a Muslim the idea is absolutely valid. Even though the concept is very much true for every religious but the way it has been presented it partial or partly beast. Because the examples it states are of a particular religion. So if there should be some other examples or reference from other religion then it could be more valid.
· # What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea _In the article the author has used the secondary data to prove the idea.
· # WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data the data are secondary data and the author has taken the data from the holly book Quran and collected through some internet sources.
· # If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given the answer of first part is no and for the second part as the data are secondary the references given are collected through some internet sourced which are noted below the article.
· # Is the method ok, are the references authentic As a Muslim I must say that the references are authentic .Because I am trustworthy to my creator.

Comments on IER12I am agree with you that trust come from the bottom of our heart but what you have comment on IER20 is not completely right .Because trust can not be always inheritable as tradition. It is of our individual’s understanding or thinking to be trussed or faithful to any relation. Only inheritable believe can not make us to trust on any entity.
Comments on IER20__Yes, Trust is divine. We trust on our creator unconditionally .Breaking relation lacking of trust is only visible only to human relationship. God punished the untrusty in other ways
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1. WHAT DID I LEARN FROM THE ARTICLE
  • I have learned personal, religious and historical view about trust
4. WHAT KIND OF DATA HAS THE AUTHOR USED TO PROVE THE METHOD OR IDEA
  • The author has used secondary data sources to prove his idea in this article
6. IF IT IS PRIMARY DATA, IS THE METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION GIVEN. IF THE SECONDARY DATA REFERENCES GIVEN
  • The author has used secondary data sources- Holy Quran, Holy Bible, famous people quotes & internet, in this article
IER15
1. There are many proofs of being succeed by trusting the Creator. It will bring confidence to do well.

Not comment on comment
6. The author has also used data from history. Historical data is also considered as secondary data. Am i right?
IER25
What did I learn from the article?

The article illustrates the importance and different dimensions of trust.

How valid is the method or the idea?

The idea is valid because the author draws in examples from religious history and conclusions from noted thinkers and philosophers.

Where has the data been taken from, i.e. is it primary or secondary?

Data used is are secondary ie Holy books- Quran and Bible. References are quoted for all the datas used.


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What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
The author used Literature Review method to prove the idea. It seems that the author has extensively studied the religious scriptures and philosophical ideas.

WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The data can be considered to be from SECONDARY sources.

If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
Yes, as it is the data is secondary in nature roper references are given in appropriate places.


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IER29
Q-1: What did I LEARN from this article?
A-1: The article illustrates the essence of trust.
Q-2: Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?
A-2: The article is not proposing a new IDEA but accumulating the already said quotes on trust so as to convince the reader that the true spirit of trust can win over any impossible.
Q-3: How VALID is the method or the idea?
A-3: Since I am convinced on the article, I believe the article is justified.
Q-4: What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
A-4: Secondary DATA has been used to prove the idea.
Q-5: WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data? If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
A-5: There is no Primary Data in the article. The REFERENCES for Secondary Data are included in the article.
Q-6: Is the method ok, are the references authentic?
A-6: The REFERENCES included in the article are reputed sources and authentic.


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IER32
  • This article is about fundamentals of human believing s and trust towards an entity which has no visible existence without any proof.
  • The article is not propose any specific method as all data used are secondary and direct quote from some holly books. The idea of generating of an article on "TRUST" is not new but presenting the whole in more significant and attractive way.
  • Presentations of data, quotes are excellent, harmonized which entrusted the Trust more significantly. Absolutely the idea is valid.
  • This article is based on secondary data which is very authentic.
  • The method is absolutely alright. And in this article, data references and some of the web references are also given.

GPP 01: Comments on IER 32

1. I think the author has used secondary data. The direct quote from the holy book is the most important source of data used by the author. I agree with my batch mate. The data is very much authentic and method used in this write up is right.
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GPP1
  • What did I LEARN from this article?

We should trust others. Bona fide trust is the power. The Almighty does not refuse any one who trusts Him. And it is true that only trust can bring happiness and prosperity in our society.

  • What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?

The author used secondary DATA to prove the idea. The author reviewed from different sources and collected the data to prepare this article.

  • Is the method ok, are the references authentic?

Yes, the method is ok. The references are also authentic, I believe. The author also mentioned the sources of his writing. The references are based on authentic sources.
GPP-14:
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IER 17

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Faiz Ahmed; GPP-14: To me I have to trust on me first so others can trust on me {3} and that will be the best compliment of a person {2}. Trust is the personal initiatives which build others to believing in you. Data used on article to makes readers understandable on trust.
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Mahbubul Alam IER#20:
I agree that Trust is the source of power. If one does not trust, he /she suffers from confidence in what he/she does.
Md. Atiar Rahman;GPP-10: To some extent I agree with you but I think trust is the word which is showed willingness to develop relationship between each others and share yours views.

I am in full agreement with you about learning from the article. Of course, being the best creature of the Almighty we must try to make a positive response to others' trust also.
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GPP3
          • What did I LEARN from this article?
The article deals with the importance of trust. It is not only required for religious practitioners but also required for our daily life interaction with others to form society and find out one self’s happiness in mind.
So I learn to trust with authentic subjects from this article.
# WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The data is taken from literature review. So, data can be called as SECONDARY data.
# If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
Yes, the references are given with a standard manner. Every quotation is marked and listed with the web links respectively. Even in case of Holy Books, versus number has also been mentioned for learned people.
GPP 01


GPP 22
I agree with this statement that this article deals with the importance of trust. Actually if we want to bring happiness for others, then we must be spirited with trust.

Yes, I (re: GPP 22) totally agreed with you. I also want to add with your comment that the article has explained what trust is and how we absorbed it in our mind? If we are away from trust, nothing is possible.
GPP4
What did I LEARN from this article?
Belief, trust, mystery, justification these sorts of words were highlighted in the article that can be a food for thought among us to debate ourselves to make a common understanding from the article.
Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?
I think that the article proposed a different idea or method that can be help us thinking in a different way before writing an article.
How VALID is the method or the idea?
As the article is related with a sensitive issue, my extreme personal view is that the method cannot be a valid one for such type of write up. But I fully agreed that, the method can be used very effectively to draw at least a common conclusion from a write up or something like this.
What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
I think “Literature Review” and review of existing study reports, etc.
WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The data has been taken from SECONDARY sources
If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
Yes, it is a secondary data and REFERENCES given properly.
Is the method ok, are the references authentic?
Certainly the method is ok and references are all most authentic.
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Comments on others: GPP: 05
I am fully agreed with my dearest friend. But it can be produce in a different way. I mean following the guided question the author of the article.

Comments on others: GPP: 06
Yes, I do agree with you the author collect information from secondary source. May be the author not only collect data only using internet but also review some literature available surrounded by us.
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Yes,usually I have trust on me. But sometimes I lost trust on myself.Actually trust depends on subjectmatter and varied men to men. Somebody trust one things,but somebody doesnot believe on that particular subject.In this article the author use secondary data in his views and ideas.
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Md. Mizanur Rahman, GPP#03:
Ofcourse you have to trust on yourself as well as have to trust on other issues, subjects and people related with you. Certainly, the main considation is to identify the issue which is authentic or not.
Md. Atiar Rahman;GPP-10: 1. Some times it could be happened but you think if have absent the word from our society, definitely we can agree with me the society will fall in crisis . 2. Yes, the author used secondary data from his views, ideas and different source.

I am fully agreed with my dearest friend. But it can be produce in a different way. I mean following the guided question the author of the article.
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What did I LEARN from this article?
Trust and faith are little bit different from each other. Faith comes with proof and does not necessary promises any return. On the other hand trust comes from the bottom of one's heart - in most cases unconditional surrender to the creator. Trust can win over all limitations and always rewarding at the end.

What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
As there is no numerical presentation of data, we can say that the author has used qualitative data to prove the core idea of the article

WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The author did not generate or collect any data from primary sources or field. He took data from internet which is a secondary source of information. So we can conclude that the author has here secondary data.
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Yes, I do agree with you the author collect information from secondary source. May be the author not only collect data only using internet but also review some literature available surrounded by us.




'Faith comes with proof.. .’ does it? There is very thin difference between trust and faith and often can replace each other. These two things do not care about what is proof, or science or truth.
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Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IDEA?

This article neither uses new method nor proposing any new idea. Rather its review the existing idea through literature review.

How VALID is the method or the idea?

This ways of using information for strengthening someone’s own argument is quite familiar and often used. If the source of the data is not problematic, then using this kind of method is quite fine.

What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?

The author used secondary data and reviewing literatures to prove his idea.

GPP 01: Comments on GPP 07

1. I think the author has used secondary data. Literature review is also there.

I believe the data is very much authentic and method used in this write up is right.
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  • What did I Learn from this article?
Trust is the word which is made a relationship with each others like husband and wife, students and teacher, buyer and seller, society to society and country to county.
  • Is the article proposing a new METHOD or a new IEDA ?
Off course the article is giving sense that without trust integrity, harmony and relation cannot exist in the society. We can say without trust society could be fall in crisis.
  • What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
The author used the secondary data for proving the method or idea.
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Does trust indicates a relationship or the condition of that relationship? I (re: GPP 22) think trust is the condition of any relationship. Off course, relationships can not exist without integrity, harmony and trust.
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The article is about 'Trust' and the title of article is absolutely perfect. We believe our Almighty because we have 'trust' about our Almighty Creator. We never-ever seen HIM but we trust that HE is Almighty.

I think the article is not proposing any new Method or a new Idea. But may be this is a new Idea considering topics, writing sytle especially thy way of mention quotes, references etc.

Yes, the Method is ok with me but I did not get scope to cross check whether the references are authentic or not e.g. I did check the references from Holy Religious books or as mentioned footnotes.


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1. What I learn from this article?

Ans: If I want to success first I have to trust on and to do on. set mind>trust>do>success. (every 'amal' depend on 'neyot'.)

2. Is the article proposing a new Method or a new IDEA?

Ans: No, this article didnt proposing new idea but presentation is logic based and on particular subject.

3. What kind of Data has the author used to prove the method or idea?

Ans: Data has been taken from secondery sources like from The Quraan, the Bible and glorous history what men belive and authentic also. All are gose to trust on almighty.

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Comment on GPP12: I think GPP12 has confusion about articles statements as he mentioned that has no scope to check datas, so as the first answer it is contradictory.
Comment on IER20: the last 3 identifications from this article is right.
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icle created vibrant in me once again. Like me wish the article also generates strong impact to readers which can bring revelation to the society. By applying secondary data responsive subject was articulated which really attention readers to create interest to read more so references are given.
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2nd comment on comment by IER#18
I agree with Mr. Faiz that the write up is really like a vibrator to a beliver as well as an irregular reader like me.But i am hopefull about personal trust than that of revelation to the society.To me he is very correct about the data and references.Of course the article will generate interest among the readers.
However, its well thought and wonderful comment.
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  • What did I LEARN from this article?
The article explained the importance of trust. Author used many quotations from the authentic sources like the holy Bible and the holy Quran in this article. Here we found three important words- Faith, Belief and Trust. Among the three author emphasized on trust, From the Article I found a intensive truth, it is more important to be trusted to own self than to be trusted to others. Now days, we found the lacking of trust acutely. We can’t trust anybody on a single word; it would be an acute problem even among family members, friends and colleagues. Faithlessness makes a bad impact on our social values and lives.
  • What kind of DATA has the author used to prove the method or idea?
The author used secondary data to prove the idea, here primary data is absent.
  • If it is primary data, is the METHOD of data collection given? If it is secondary data, are the REFERENCES given?
Yes, the literature is depended on secondary sources. The data has been taken from the holy books of Semitic religions and speeches of some renowned personalities.
GPP#12
Yes, I do agree with you that; now a days most of the people cannot trust anybody on a single word.

About next two points - The Author used secondary data and due to mention of references the article is acceptable. Is not a Trust?
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1. This article giving idea about Faith , Belief and Trust which is practiced by mean in theological era.
2. New idea of the article is that trust is above of everything.
3. Author used secondary data in the article
GPP-17
The highlighted words of the article - Faith, Belief, Trust.I think these are states of mind, depend on our whole livelihood, deeds and values. Author depended on the holy books for his literatary work, most of the time our thoughts and deeds guided by the values of these books. But I think the most highlighted word ' TRUST' is not only concept of theological era.
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What did you LEARN from the article?
Trust is a complete phenomenon and it could not be explained using any characteristics except believing completely. Trust on somebody or something could not be calculated numerically or partially. Either we have to trust completely or not at all. And there is no stand in between the trust and the mistrust.
Is the article proposing a new Method or a new IDEA?
No, the article is not proposing any new idea or method. It has explained the common and universal idea of trust.
WHERE has the data been taken from, i.e. is it PRIMARY data or SECONDARY data?
The author has used secondary data to explain and elaborate the idea of trust in the article. He quoted the secondary data using the inverted commas (re: “ ”) and at end of the article he has listed the references. However, primarily every people who believe in religion and in The Creator would also try to describe the quoted examples in same manner (re: if he knows the vary details of the examples or quotations).


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What did I learn from this article?

Trust - a divine concept . it is about strong confidence over something.the more you trust the more you are loyal.from this article my learning is ,we should trust to be trusted.trust makes us to do impossible things because it it’s the inner strength or power which allow us to go beyond our
limitations.
Is the article proposing a new method or idea?
though this article hasn’t propose any new method rather than collecting some quotes from the various data sources.
Where has the data been taken from?
This is secondary data as these are taken from various authentic data sources.
GPP-17 ( Comment on GPP-31)
At present we're belonging a crisis period, here a few can hardly trust on other, rather we have a tendency to suspect others.I think it's the most biggest crisis of our phylosophy,concept and values.In your writing- " we should trust to be trusted" is really nice and helpful to realize the hole article.




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Md. Atowar Rahman, IER#27
The article has given me a clear idea about about Trust. The Almighty Allah entrusts all of us with trust. Trust is the invisible force of all relationship whether it is religious or worldly.
  1. The data has been taken from secondary sources. The data has been collected from the history, quotations from the Holy Quran, Holy Bible, and quotations of famous philosophers.
  2. The references are given from Holy Quran, Bible and from the pages of history which are very much authentic and I think there is no doubt about of this.