SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMMED: My negativity towards mixing love and science may be unfounded. Instead of sucking out magic, science could help us improve the quality and quantity of love we experience.
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMMED: This is especially sad in places such as the Gulf where until 50 years ago people were adept at living in harmony with their environment and efficient in their use of resources. That sensitivity has been lost.
I appreciated that very moment, the wondrousness of my breath, and the stillness of everything being in exactly the right place at the right time.
Stop talking about politics and extremism and go shopping. It’s what made the Islamic world great (and rich) after all…
Recent marketing and advertising research concludes that ‘Muslims are diverse’. Why can’t Muslims be of the same opinion?
The current financial climate needs to instigate deeper thinking within the Muslim community about the purpose of work. Do we need constant ‘growth’? Is it all about more money and more wealth?