SK’s general and Islam-related articles for sharing


general and Islam-related articles

for sharing

(Earliest 10, from Aug 2012)

Beauties of nature.

Dear readers

I started blogging in August 2012, introduced and guided by two of my close friends who are bloggers themselves, Mr Dick Yip and Mr James Seah. I thank them for initiating me into this sharing platform five years ago.

Since then, I have made more than 130 entries – general articles and Islam-related articles to share the knowledge with both Muslims and non-Muslims in the spirit of togetherness and friendship. What we need is a world where peace and happiness reign among peoples of all races, religions and cultures. As the Qur’an says: O mankind! We created you from a single (pair) of a male and a female, and made you into nations and tribes, that you may know each other (not that you may despise each other). Verily, the most honoured of you in the sight of Allah is (he who is) the most righteous of you. And Allah has full knowledge and is well acquainted (with all things). (Qur’an, 49:13)

As new entries appear right on top in the blog, appearing in chronological order, so, just to revive the earlier articles, I am presenting the headings and their links of the first TEN articles, placing them in a table for easy reference and connection here:

The first ten articles from 24 Aug 2012 to 8 May 2013 are as follows:

(10) Do good to your parents, show your gratitude to them

(9) More work needed to promote interfaith ties

(8) Saving Planet Earth (Part 2): Be proactive in helping to keep the environment clean and unpolluted

Nature’s mangoes (from Singapore roadside mango trees)  and radiant sunset:  We need to live in harmony with nature for our enjoyment and fulfillment in life. Therefore we ought to see that no harm comes to Planet Earth because not only we human beings depend on it for our subsistence but also all other creatures that crawl, walk, swim and fly.

(7) Saving Planet Earth (Part 1): Be responsible in maintaining the eco-balance of our environment

(6) Quit smoking in the spirit of Islam

(5) Prostration in Islam

Gratitude to God:  The prostration is the humblest act in a Muslim prayer session. It is an act of adoration, gratitude and devotion to God. The Muslim, alone or in a congregation, does at least 34 prostrations in his obligatory prayers of each day.

(4) Student and Muslim volunteers to promote peace with roses

(3) Muslim pilgrimage and offerings go on despite limits

(2) Important to promote Christian-Muslim heritage and values

(1) Spirit in old kampung still relevant in modern living

Thank you.

Shaik Kadir
15 October 2017

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