Tag: spirituality

The Fourth War: Spiritual War

The Fourth War: Spiritual War

| August 22, 2016 | 1 Comment

[An Invocation] We bow our heads in prayer during invocations and benedictions. We offer prayers for “name that city” when a terrorist attack hits.  But between these moments, God is forgotten, faith is forgotten, humanity is forgotten. A prayer isn’t a spiritual pit-stop in our day, even if it happens five times a day.  A […]

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The Journey to Reform: What Comes First, the Path or the Person?

The Journey to Reform: What Comes First, the Path or the Person?

| August 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Excerpt: “How I Became a Muslim Reformer” There are only so many times something is a coincidence before it’s a synchronicity. Life itself has been one big synchronicity. And there have been dreams with very clear messages, some that wouldn’t make sense in words, others that haunt me. And there have been experiences that connect […]

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His Throne Upon Water: A Message for a Disjointed Ummah

His Throne Upon Water: A Message for a Disjointed Ummah

| August 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

“And it is He who created the Heavens and the Earth in Six Days – and His Throne had been upon water.” – Surah Hud 11:7 Although this verse appears as a small inconspicuous line of text, when tugged it unravels layers of coded meanings and offers us a more profound understanding of God. It […]

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Why are Sufis Islam’s Most Deviant Heretics?

Why are Sufis Islam’s Most Deviant Heretics?

| April 9, 2013 | 4 Comments

For Sufis, there’s a thin veil between the world of man and the natural world, and it is our work to lift that veil. In that, we follow the Hermetic tradition of “as above, so below,” — something shared with Jewish mysticism. It’s our belief that the cosmic order of the heavens can be found in the smallest […]

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