Weekly Blog

CONSISTENT CHARACTER
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | ST Weekly Blog | March 05, 2018 THE edifice of human civilization is really just an extension   of nature — man takes simple matter and converts it into buildings, machines, factories, industrial plants and all the other artefacts of the modern world. What enables him to do this is the fact that all matter has been invested by nature with certain constant properties. These properties make up the charact...
HUMAN DESTINY
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | ST Weekly Blog | Feb 26, 2017 ONCE during one of his missionary journeys Billy Graham, the well-known evangelist received a message from an American billionaire who asked to meet him as soon as possible.  On meeting him, the billionaire said: “You see, I am an old man. Life has lost all meaning. I am going to take a fateful leap into the unknown. Young man, can you give me a ray of hope?” This is not ju...
THE HUMAN POTENTIAL
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | ST Weekly Blog | Feb 19, 2018 THE Disaster Research Centre at the Ohio State University, studied over one hundred different calamities affecting human beings on a vast scale. It was discovered that at moments of crisis, an extraordinary new potential develops in people which saves them from succumbing to disasters and their aftermath.  Perhaps heroism, not panic or shock, is the right word to describe th...
THE CREATION PLAN OF GOD
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | ST Weekly Blog | Jan 01, 2018 GOD, according to His will, created a perfect world called Paradise. A world in accordance with all of our desires as human beings, in that it is free of all limitations and disadvantages, free of fear and pain; free of all imperfections. An eternal world where there is no death or old age, where we could achieve complete fulfillment.A perfect Paradise cannot be...
RESPECTING ALL RELIGIONS
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | ST Weekly Blog | Dec 25, 2017 There are about a dozen major religions in the world along with thousands of other religions and sects. Differences and disagreements are bound to arise, which lead to conflict. How can we create an atmosphere of unity among the adherents of all these religions, so we can all live in peace and harmony? The solution does not lie in removing religion altogether—that would...