Sufism and It’s Deep Connection with the Natural World

| April 9, 2013 | 2 Comments
Grounded to God

April Issue of Aquila Magazine

Despite being known for encouraging simplicity in life, Islam is weaved with complex layers of meaning that need to be teased through for more refined understanding of a faith that some say requires a lifetime of study to be fully appreciated. Whirling between its deeper-seated meanings are the beliefs drawn upon by Sufis, followers of the third-largest denomination of Islam. Find out what this sect believes in and why they place such an importance on connecting with natural world.

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Shireen Qudosi founded Qudosi Chronicles post 9-11 when realizing not enough Muslims were speaking out about the community’s shortcomings. Since it’s launch, Qudosi Chronicles has developed a broad and diverse following that has helped initiate reform.

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  1. Fazel Subian says:

    The purpose of a religion is a selfish (Muslim) to become a selfless (Muslimeen).
    The purpose is lost, only prehistoric culture & traditions remains.
    All are born as Muslims (selfish). The word ‘Muslim’ do not exist in Qur’an, but exist in translations.

    Contradictions in misinterpreted Qur’an translations? :: Acronyms of Letters of Qur’an and religious scriptures? :: RELIGIONS. :: LAWS OF RELIGION?

  2. May we remember evermore to submit all we think, feel, will, say and do to our Supreme Being, Our Supreme Peace.
    As You know, Everlasting, Omnipresent, Peace is always with us. In fact, it is us. We are One, Eternal, Omnipresent Spirit.


    Aum Peace, Peace, Peace

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