Bestprofit.com, August 11, 2019 - Eid al-Adha is also called "Eid al-Ahr" meaning the day of slaughter. On the day of Eid al-Adha this is also commemorated as a sacrifice event, when the prophet Ibrahim who was willing to sacrifice his son Ishmael to Allah, then the sacrifice was replaced by Him with a sheep.
PT Bestprofit Futures Bandung also does not want to miss to commemorate this holiday, because from this holiday we can take two important lessons. First, Eid al-Adha teaches us to have the nature of sharing, for example sharing sacrificial meat to others who are less able and this nature of sharing can make us more sensitive to our environment to pay more attention to people around who are less able.
Both Eid al-Adha teaches us to foster empathy and care. This Eid al-Adha feast can be a reminder for anyone to perform sacrificial worship and sacrifice to practice that can increase our concern for others.
PT Bestprofit Futures Bandung expects that employees can take these lessons to be applied into daily life not only on certain holidays, because positive things will return to us in a positive form as well.