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Tuesday September 10, 2013 MYT 8:19:00 AM
Tuesday September 10, 2013 MYT 8:20:42 AM
by enizahura abdul aziz
Spiritual mindfulness is taught by the awareness that though we may hide what we do from the public eye, God knows whether the fast or anything else we do is truly and sincerely being carried out.
It is difficult to define someone who recognises no limits, if the definition of limits is constantly changing.
Although social media is useful, we need to be wise and judicious in sharing so as to maintain harmony in society.
The remedy for extremism has to come from a strong rational faculty which is proper knowledge, especially one that enables man to know the proper place of things.
Muslims do not seem to be as interested in education as they are in laws and politics.
Moral behaviour ought to be persistently adopted so that it forms a kind of second nature.
An Islamic university, as the highest and most perfect form of Islamic education, should reflect the Perfect Man, namely the Prophet.
In Islam, “animal rights”, if it has to be phrased that way, is contained in well documented literature.
We can use our religious values as guidance on how to live harmoniously and peacefully with each other.
During the Ottoman era, waqf was so popular that vital public services were made available through public donations.
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