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The religious and the sick

Dale Carnegie

American writer

The religious and the sick

“I can remember the days when people talked about the conflict between science and religion, but no more. The newest of all sciences – psychiatry - is teaching what religion teaches. Why? Because psychiatrists realize that prayer and a strong religious faith will banish the worries, anxieties, strains and fears that cause more than half of all our ills, as Dr. A. A. Brill said: ‘Anyone who is truly religious does not develop a neurosis.’ “

Ask and the Qur’an answers you

Michael Hart

American Writer

Ask and the Qur’an answers you

“I studied the Qur’an and found the answers to all the questions in life in it.”

There is no God but Allah

The Old Testament (The Torah)

There is no God but Allah

“Thus says the Lord the King of Israel, and his redeemer the Lord of hosts: I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God.” (Isaiah 44:6)

Identify your destination

Ralph W. Emerson

American Philosopher

Identify your destination

“The world makes a way for the man who knows where he is going.”

The depths of western civilization

Naseem Sousa

Iraqi Jewish Lecturer

The depths of western civilization

“One who goes into the depths of the western civilization, and realizes what it has between its folds, and examines it thoroughly, theoretically and practically, must submit, as a result of a strong latent psychological inward force, to the fountain of the Islamic faith to quench his thirst from it. “

Abandoning worldly pleasures for Allah

Lady Evelyn Cobbold

An English Noble Lady

Abandoning worldly pleasures for Allah

“Although Muhammad (pbuh) was a master of the Arabian Peninsula; he never thought of titles, nor attempted to invest in that; rather, he remained the same, only as a messenger of God and a servant of the Muslims; he cleaned his house himself, and fixed his shoes with his own hands. He was generous and giving as the blowing wind, not sought by the poor or the miserable except that he granted them all that he had, which was usually a little and hardly enough.”

Allah’s Honor to man

Deborah Potter

American Correspondent

Allah’s Honor to man

“Islam, which is God’s law, is evident in nature which is around us; for by God’s commands alone move the mountains and seas, and the planets and stars, and they are guided in their orbit; they are subject to the command of God, the Creator, and so is every atom in the universe - even those which are inanimate. But man is exempted from this rule, for God has granted him freedom of choice; he may succumb to God’s command, or create and lay down his own law and follow his own religion that he accepts. Unfortunately he chooses the second route, in most cases!”

Man and ethics

Albert Camus

French Philosopher

Man and ethics

“A man without ethics is a wild beast let loose upon this world.”

My God!

Dr. Paul Murdin

British astronomer, from the University of Cambridge

My God!

“When I saw some new images of space my first reaction was ‘my God, it’s all a perfect production., It’s fantastic!’”

The Morals of Prophethood

Thomas Carlyle

Scottish Writer and Historian

The Morals of Prophethood

“Withal I like Mahomet for his total freedom from cant. He is a rough (rugged) self-helping son of the wilderness (who had an opinion of his own); does not pretend to be what he is not. There is no ostentatious pride in him; but neither does he go much upon humility: he is there as he can be, in (his patched) cloak and shoes of his own clouting; speaks plainly to all manner of Persian Kings, Greek Emperors, (telling them) what it is they are bound (and ordered) to do (to have good in this life and the next); knows well enough, about himself, the respect due unto thee.”