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“One of the lessons we have already begun to learn is the almost uncanny universality of the religious experience. Men and women may express their faith in different terms, but there is an underlying and profound similarity beneath all the … Continue reading
sayarts.com “To be a Muslim is difficult; if one really be so, then one may be called a Muslim. Let one first love the religion of saints, and put aside pride and self as the file removes rust. Let him … Continue reading
By JEFFREY KLUGER Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009 Most folks probably couldn’t locate their parietal lobe with a map and a compass. For the record, it’s at the top of your head — aft of the frontal lobe, fore of the … Continue reading
Mawlana Shaykh Hisham Kabbani | Sunday, Mar 18, 2007 | Los Angeles, CA US We as communities and people who love peace must always come to such meetings in order to find ourselves because when you share with each other … Continue reading
The narrative of history always represents the specific political and cultural biases of those who have power, and who want the past to fit into their vision of the present. Hardly offering an objective view of the past, history is … Continue reading
The open-minded practice of Sufism is known as a mystical system that can easily attract believers from other religions. Today, as in the past, Jews, Christians and followers of other religions have flocked to this practice, studying under Sufi masters … Continue reading