A peculiar correlation
Human development is also a spiritual journey that has various dimensions, and these conceptual branches correspond with different aspects of driving a motorcar as well. Firstly, in the mechanical terms, a person should use clutch in order to preserve the engine in active mode. The clutching effect in professional life helps us in managing short term challenges those will subside in due time, so one must maintain readiness to move forwards immediately when difficulties drop away. Secondly, petrol represents one’s knowledge that he or she applies in order to develop in a certain profes- sional field. The steering wheel stands for the specific direction that an individual pursues in his or her life. Thirdly, spiritual affairs act as engine oil that cleanses our soul to maximize performance and maintains longivity of life as well. Fourthly, one could apply breaks in order to prevent professional conflicts from developing that might distain a professional’s credentials for being pigheaded. The element of pigheadedness shall spread the message about one’s inability to manage disagreements constructively, and thus, would limit potential for growth.
Finally, water in the radiator subscribes the role of family and friends in a person’s life because they socially connect in order to dislodge the stress and tension of professional existence. Managers and organizational leaders fulfil the capacity of traffic police who reward and punish good and bad behaviour on the road leading towards greater financial and professional performance. However, death is the ultimate destination of life upon reaching final landmark; we will be analysed in the light of deeds and misdeeds committed in the temporary life to determine our fate during the permanent one. —Attock