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What is hard about politics? The hardest thing in politics is lack of information or being supplied with sheer misinformation. When crucial decisions are based on fabricated stories or the distorted version of media outlets, the tragic and heartbreaking conclusion is clear. Thus, having access to the first hand data and information matters most and is the hardest and the rarest jewelry in the world of politics. As far as the politicians are concerned; they are always in the crossroad of contradictory but inevitable choices. Whatever they choose, would form their political life, unique identity and unavoidable destiny. The hardest challenge a politician faces is to remain committed to his primary principles in both the private and public spheres. The politicians often make bitter compromises against their well-established principles which would finally make them repent. Since politicians are always in institutions where key decisions are made, they are often subject to illegitimate financial suggestions. Sometimes the suggestions made can be extremely alluring, seducing and life-winning to them. So, it will be hard for them to choose what would suit them best. Choice is of course theirs. Either they live a life full of honor and dignity but replete with hardships, or a luxurious and glamorous life but filled with frequent compromises against their conscience. In other words, to run a simple but dignified life and safeguard one's purity and honesty is the wisest and hardest thing you can imagine; but choosing the most fascinating lifestyles may force one to turn a blind eye to his intellectual ambitions; because running an engrossing lifestyle needs expenditures beyond legitimate means; and to have access to those earnings the politicians will be forced to make indecent compromises in one way or the other. May Allah, Bless Us All.
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