This post was originally published on this siteWant to learn more about #Awe #Compassion #Forgiveness #Gratitude #Happiness #Kindess & more? Great Good in Action is a really wonderful resource: http://ggia.berkeley.edu/ Greater Good in Actionggia.berkeley.eduScience-based practices for a meaningful life

This post was originally published on this site(Reuters) The anti-Muslim event outside the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix was organized by an Iraq war veteran who posted photos of himself online wearing a T-shirt with a crude slogan denigrating Islam and waving the U.S. flag. The post Crowds gather for anti-Islam demonstration outside Phoenix mosque appeared first on Religion News Service.

This post was originally published on this site When I first heard about teenage girls in the West leaving their homes to join ISIS, I couldn’t begin to fathom how and why they would overlook the obvious evil of ISIS. But as I started reading their stories, their motivations and the baits thrown their way; I began recalling my own teen days as a member of The Ameer Club* nearly

This post was originally published on this site A Follow-up to Blurred Lines: Women, “Celebrity” Shuyukh, and Spiritual Abuse by Ustadha Zaynab Ansari In the Name of God, the Lord of Mercy, the Giver of Mercy In this article, I will endeavor to respond to some of the concerns raised about my May 27, 2015 essay, “Blurred Lines: Women, ‘Celebrity’ Shuyukh, and Spiritual Abuse.” My views are mine alone; I

This post was originally published on this siteActually knowing the other – and their values – makes it so much harder to hate them: Jason Leger, a Phoenix resident wearing one of the profanity-laced shirts, accepted an invitation to join the evening prayer inside the mosque, and said the experience changed him. “It was something I’ve never seen before. I took my shoes off. I kneeled. I saw a bunch

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This post was originally published on this siteLearn Grammar First! Abu Sufyan Waki‘ ibn al-Jarrah (d. 197 AH), a tabi‘, was considered the muhaddith of Iraq. His teachers included Malik ibn Anas, Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Sulayman al-‘Amash, Sufyan al-Thawri, Imam al-Awza‘i,

This post was originally published on this site@muslimvoices: #Ramadan and Peace Production http://t.co/x3fzF8Jcjr A piece from our archive by @NajeebaSyeed // Ramadan And Peace Productiont.coAs a peacemaker I often reflect on Ramadan and the capacities we develop in this month. It is time for creating a model of Muslim conflict resolution that is…

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This post was originally published on this sitehttps://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtf1/v/t1.0-9/p100x100/1654371_1691957974359382_59050330767418706_n.jpg?oh=3360f6896fb14b163cb0479befc6ffa5&oe=55C2D978 The Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation Thank you for the visit. It was a pleasure having you join us! FIDH – International Federation for Human Rights & Lawyers For Human Rights #HumanRights #Democracy #ForFreedom #Justice

This post was originally published on this siteA very touching commencement speech on friendship and joy from the Episcopal Divinity School. “Tonight I want to build upon what you have already accomplished and send you forth with these essential attributes renewed and strengthened as you face forward, as you write your own book of friendship and joy in the years ahead.” http://eds.edu/news/friendship-and-joy Friendship and Joy: Commencement Eucharist Sermon by Dr.

This post was originally published on this site Baseball + apple pie = America Two months ago, I spent a few days in Arizona during Major League Baseball’s annual spring training. If you’ve never been, spring training is like a month-long live music festival, with baseball replacing bass as the soundtrack. Half of the league’s teams convene in Arizona, the other half gather in Florida, and fans from all over