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Music is universal, profound, stimulating, fundamental and something that seems to be rooted within our DNA. It can seem transcendent, reminding us of something heavenly, while connecting us to something deeper within us.
In the Bible, Revelations 14:2 talks about the sounds in heaven being like that of harps. While the Muslim poet and mystic Rumi wrote: “When I am silent, I fall into the place where everything is music.” Continue reading
Seventeen members of his family have been arrested, but Yahya Hawwa still sings – and Syrian protesters have made his voice their own. Omar Shahid talks to the irrepressible voice of a revolution. Continue reading
The reality rapper on conspiracies, the presidential race, the industry’s flaws and his many run-ins with the US government. Continue reading
“You need three things to have a good life,” says David Brent, the iconic character from the hit TV show The Office. “One, a meaningful relationship, two, a decent job of work, and three, to make a difference. And it was always that third one that stressed me – to make a difference.”
Here’s what I understand by this quote. Continue reading
Some people argue that gap years – typically a period when a student takes a break between school and college or university, often to visit a foreign country – is a form of colonialism. This colonialism, they argue, is not in the form of acquiring, exploiting and expanding into other people’s land like the old days – but through young, western people going to underdeveloped countries for a period of time at the expense of the host communities. Continue reading
This poll, of course, is for young Muslims : (please click the link below to answer).