#WisdomWed… the Day after Xmas

Being Muslim, after growing up having traditional Christian values; does not mean I do not care or even feel other holiday seasons. In fact, some Muslims have developed a patience, having the ability to apply such meaningful emotions, and demarcate our intention and self - and still enjoy any day with respect and consideration. Since becoming Muslim in 1998, the holiday season has always been a true challenge of demarcation between belief, values and family traditions. On Tuesday December … [Read more...]

Wisdom Wednesday… Inherited Prejudices

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How can one's thinking and decision-making be insightful or leading, if his/her condition is tainted by pre-existing issues? Community relationships are suffering; because today's power brokers, leaders and family heads all have inherited prejudices from previous generations. Subsequently, suppressing emerging leaders from practicing basic principles, for unity between community members. "When the Elephants war, the grass suffers" An African Proverb New leaders cannot move forward … [Read more...]


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