We wish a very happy and meaningful New Year.
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Law is one thing and practice is the other. As an American and as a Muslim, I have to be critical of both groupings and work towards creating cohesive societies where no citizen has to live in apprehension, discomfort or fear of the other. Here is a summary of 2011 and what we can aspire for 2012. First of all, let’s look at the bigotry prevalent in Muslim majority nations and then focus on America in the second half of the article. How do we make our lives better for us and for fellow Americans. Continued at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-ghouse/citizenship-islam-and-ame_b_1174834.html
HAPPY NEW YEAR – HOW TO MAKE YOUR 2012 MEANINGFUL
Please consider hosting this event in your town, if you are in Dallas area, please plan on attending it. Education is the purpose; we have to learn, acknowledge and reflect upon the terrible things that we humans have inflicted upon each other, and to we have to understand that our safety hinges on the safety of all others around us. Please mark your calendar of Sunday, January 22, 2o11 between 5 and 7 PM. http://holocaustandgenocides.blogspot.com/
This is the America you will come to love, where each one of us is serving the needy with blinders on, just service to Americans. Dallas is blessed with two clinics that serve the people without insurance. Here is a story of the one in Tarrant county Clinic initiated by Dr. Basheer Ahmed - http://wisdomofreligion.blogspot.com/2011/12/tarrant-county-clinic-provides-health.html
Love, equity, and kindness are the hallmarks of an ideal marriage. Deep down each one in the relationship wants the experience to be a blessing. As long as both are just and fair to each other, it will remain blissful. The moment one takes advantage of the other, and does not consider the other as equal the marriage will start slip sliding. It is time to fix it immediately… nothing will work out by itself.. you have to work for it. The longer you wait, the worse it gets, you have to act now. Both are equally responsible to restore the marriage or let it go bad. Each should resist the temptation to get even, or telling the other to go to hell. Remember, it is really not the money that brings peace of mind, it is humility. You must consciously say the words and do the things that restores the bliss you once had and resist the temptation to aggravate each other. Happiness is a choice. May you commit yourselves to strengthening your relationship? Amen.
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PLURALISM GREETINGS & INCLUSIVE PRAYERS