Interfaith

Love and Goodwill in the Bible and Qur’an

Politics

When Hagel Warned Obama of New World Order

Journalist Bob Woodward writes: In the first months of the Obama presidency in 2009, Chuck Hagel, who had just finished two terms as a U.S. senator, went to the White House to visit with the friend he had made during the four years they overlapped in the Senate. So, President Obama asked, what do you…… Continue reading When Hagel Warned Obama of New World Order

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Propaganda

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Huffington Post picture on Rumi-Emerson article

The Huffington Post – Religion made this sweet little picture after the publication of my Rumi-Emerson comparison, which is based on the themes of religious tolerance, love, and “oneness.” Sheila Musaji of The American Muslim also republished the piece. You can read that¬†here. Related articles Rumi and Emerson: A bridge between the West and the…… Continue reading Huffington Post picture on Rumi-Emerson article

Politics

Benjamin Franklin Would be Outraged with NSA Spying

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Rumi’s Advice on Tolerance, Compassion and Love

This picture was taken at the annual Muslim Day Parade in New York City in the fall of 2008. I did not take this picture in black and white. It has been doctored using some software.

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“To go forward is to move towards perfection” – Khalil Gibran

Taken while hiking An Spinc (“Pointed Hill”) in Glendalough, Ireland in 2011. That’s me in the picture.

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“There is a Voice that Doesn’t Use Words. Listen.” – Rumi

I took this picture in the summer of 2012 in Glencolumbkille, Ireland. Glencolumbkille is located in a quiet area on the coast of Donegal. My lady and I had just returned to our place after a magical drive to the abandoned seaside village called Port.

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Picture: Mount Branden in √Čire

Religion

Ralph Waldo Emerson quoting the Qur’an

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Every Thought is a Prison – R.W. Emerson in Intellect

Truth is our element of life, yet if a man fasten his attention on a single aspect of truth, and apply himself to that alone for a long time, the truth becomes distorted and not itself, but falsehood; herein resembling the air, which is our natural element, and the breadth of our nostrils, but if…… Continue reading Every Thought is a Prison – R.W. Emerson in Intellect