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By Rabbi Zalman Kastel My translation airphones went silent for a few minutes at the Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies. For three days in Abu Dhabi, from December 2-4, mostly Muslim, but also Christian and Jewish; religious leaders, academics and politicians spoke to us in Arabic, English and French. The speeches were simultaneously […]

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The Arul Jyothi Peedam offers a silent ambience for seekers who want to just be. For breaks in between, they can hop across to the beach or listen to a rooster call out! By Niggy I was delighted when we made plans to travel to a spiritual centre in Tamil Nadu, not far from Pondicherry, […]

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The head of three Muslim schools that are ranked top in England in terms of pupil progression says he wants to help working-class white children too. Government data released recently revealed that the best three schools for pupil improvement are Muslim, based in inner cities and run by a not-for-profit trust called Star Academies. Hamid […]

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You can become a spiritually-reflective traveller if you bring in God into your holiday picture! By Qalamdar Many of us love to travel. We’d probably travel even more if we had less responsibilities and more money. At one time, I was what you could call a travel-addict. Over the years, I managed to travel in […]

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Margao: Hundreds of people from various religions attended a protest meet organized by the Church against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the National Population register (NPR) in Margao, Goa’s commercial capital. “It is our common conviction that these measures are unconstitutional and therefore, unacceptable. The government must listen to the […]

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From Dosa to Filter Coffee, Your Provision Lies With God! By Nigar Recently, I was fortunate to meet a spiritual coach, who had organised a spiritual retreat. Taking us through his personal journey, he stated he was always happy. It wasn’t that he did not face day-to-day challenges as all of us do. But, he […]

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To me, Socks is/was an angelic cat By Nigar A plump and happy-go-lucky cat, Socks one day simply walked into the house where Tabby the ginger cat, and Pretty the dainty cat, also lived. I do not like calling the house ‘my house’ as much of the time Tabby and Pretty were hanging around there, […]

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My father’s ‘charity cover’ as he called it, was opened generously to anyone in need, irrespective of religion, caste or community, By Sehar One of the positive things that I remember about my late parents was their habit of budgeting their money in a book, with a record of ‘charity money’ too. I remember my […]

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Conferences need not be all about tall talk, tedious lectures and sumptuous lunches. Minimum waste and care for the environment around should also be part of conference logistics. By Nigar Conferences are great opportunities to meet people, to network and to gain new insights on various issues. ‘In Search of Well Being; Decoding Economics, Rethinking […]

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God is the Protector and helps all at the right time and right place By Nigar I love animals, birds and Nature in general. I like to be with them and around them. I had been staying in a lush green forested area for a few days. I was quite aware that snakes, scorpions and […]

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