Assalamualaikum and hello all to all the readers of this blog!
I havent posted anything much this time as I am quite busy with Ramadan and work, but I would just like to wish everyone Salam Nuzul Al Quran, in remembrance of the night when Islam’s holiest book, the Al Quran, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.
Regular postings will resume soon.
Wednesday, January 5, 2022
Gleaning is an old word which goes back to the harvest of wheat. You look for the lost kernels left behind in the process of separating the wheat from the chaff. There is a lot of inspection and sifting through things to find the kernels of food which will sustain you. …read more here
Surprised? In this edition of the series I am going to discuss this particularly controversial symbol. I am going to write briefly about the origins and the misuse of this sacred religious symbol, and the usage in the world of Islamic art and architecture.
The Swastika is one of the symbols derived from foreign culture that intermingled with the Islamic Empire. How did this peculiar symbol got into the Islamic art?
History, Origins and Controversy
The swastika is a religious symbol from Eurasian cultures. The name swastika is derived from the Sanskrit word Svastika (स्वस्तिक) meaning “conductive to well-being’ It was used in the Indian subcontinent since 500BCE. However the usage can be seen in many different cultures and traditions, from North Europe, Greco-Roman, Central Asia, to the Far East.
It was seen as an auspicious symbol up until the 1930s, where the Nazis used a version of the icon…
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Sunday, June 20, 2021
My Beautiful Sign
I’ve been struggling.
The difference between my struggles before, and now, is that now I turn to Ross. I tell him what is going on, inside, and how I can’t figure it out. I don’t feel right inside, I tell him. I’m sad. I don’t know why? …read more here