The problems have taken on a global dimension now and transcend the barriers of race, color, language, geography, and social, political and religious ideologies.
Most of the problems of mankind are universal in nature and, therefore, require a universal approach to the solution.
Iqbal was the foremost Muslim thinker of his period, and in his many volumes of poetry (written in Urdu and Persian) and essays, he urged a regeneration of Islam through the love of God and the active development of the self.
He was a firm believer in freedom and the creative force that freedom can exert on men.
Because it is based on permanent (absolute) values given in the Quran.
In Iqbal's opinion, Islam is not a religion in which individuals strive for a private subjective relationship with God in the hope of personal salvation as it is done in secular systems.I don’t really show anger or sadness much I always smile because I’m optimistic about life.I look at life as if something bad comes along, no need to dwell on it you can’t take it back so just move-on and improve what you did wrong if it’s possible.A staunch advocate of Indian nationalism, he became a supporter of an independent homeland for India's Muslims, though within an Indian federation and not as a separate nation.He is regarded by many as the spiritual founder of Pakistan.of Munich, and then he taught philosophy at Government College and practiced law.He was elected (1927) to the Punjab provincial legislature and served (1930) as president of the Muslim League.I can say I was also taught to believe in myself and never down myself because I can accomplish anything.That is shown through my determination and hard work because if I didn’t believe in myself I wouldn’t try as hard.Iqbal, Sir Muhammad, philosopher, poet, and political leader, was born in 1873 at Sialkot.Iqbal did not live to see the creation of an independent Pakistan in 1947, he is nevertheless regarded as the symbolic father of that nation.