Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Feb 04, 2018
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Jan 28, 2018
It befits a person to commence any task in the name of God, the Creator. God is the source of all mercy and compassion. His blessings are -continually descending upon creation. To commence any undertaking in His name is to pray that God, in His infinite mercy, should come to one’s assistance and bring one’s work to a successful conclusion. This is a person’s acknowledgement of God as Sustainer, and also brings divine assurance of success.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Jan 21, 2018
The Quran is a book of guidance. But it only guides those who are sincere in their search, and anxious to be guided. The search for truth is inherent in one’s nature; one only has to discover one’s own true nature in order to find the truth. True search and true finding are but initial and advanced stages of the same journey. One who searches for truth unravels the mystery of his inner self. God helps him in his search; the subconscious yearnings of his nature begin to receive a definite response.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Jan 14, 2018
What is spirituality? Being spiritual means to live a God-oriented life.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Dec 31, 2017
We are a minuscule part of a gigantic universe. We should adopt the same behaviour in our lives as that adopted by all the other components of the Universe. This is the correct natural course, and the secret to our success lies in adopting this course.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Dec 24, 2017
Look at the world of plants. Plants have silently adopted the mechanism of photosynthesis. They continuously supply oxygen that fulfils the necessities of other living things, using up unwanted carbon dioxide. This is a selfless system of profitability. It is essential that we also choose to follow this system in our lives.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Dec 10, 2017
Peace is the most discussed theme in the world. Every section of society claims that it wants to establish peace. It is difficult to find a single person who is an exception to this rule. But, why is it that peace has remained only a subject for debate, and to this day has failed to become a practical reality? This contradiction is very strange, but it is a fact that no one can deny.