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Jawaher Al Qasimi launches her first book “Essential Messages”

 Al Qasimi Publications in cooperation with the Cultural and Media Office of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs in Sharjah (SCFA), released the book, “Essential Messages”, by the wife of H.H. the Ruler of Sharjah, H.H. Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, Chairperson of the SCFA.

The chapters of the book aim to implant the value of the human being in himself, and his importance in the progress of society, by exploring his own capabilities and working to develop them, in an effort to contribute to community development, assertiveness, and affirmation that the Emirati person, no matter how great his welfare, is capable of bringing about action and influence.

The book includes topics that support knowledge, cultural and awareness values in the Emirati and Arab library. Each part of the book, which was written and presented by Sheikha Jawaher, provides great value and service to every group of people, and makes the family the focus of everything stated in it, given the special attention that Sheikha Jawaher attaches to this important entity in building societies. The first part focuses on “the family and the dream of stability”, and the second part deals with giving and volunteering, while the other parts are directed to life approaches, the homeland, health, institutions, work challenges, culture and others.

Sheikha Jawaher has directed that the book be then transformed into booklets, carrying special messages addressed to each category to help them focus on their own messages, and it will start with messages addressed to the younger generations, under the title “To my sons and daughters with greetings.”

Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi is a visionary figure with high ability to lead and influence, and is one of the most inspiring personalities in the Arab world. She supports issues related to the advancement of women, and seeks to introduce the other to Emirati heritage.