A Target for Constructive Talent
Mualana Whaiduddin Khan | Speaking Tree Blog | March 3, 2019
Swami Vivekanand (1863-1902) had undertaken long journeys in search of truth before he reached the shores of Ras Kumari. Spotting a small island one furlong off the coast, he swam out to it, and there engaged himself in meditation. After som time he returned to the shore, and devoted himself to propagation of Hinduism.
A large center has now been establishe...
After Being Broken
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Speaking Tree Blog | 24 July, 2018
The atom is the final unit of matter, just as the individual is the final unit of society. If one succeeds in breaking an atom one does not destroy it; rather one converts it into a greater force, known as atomic energy. Matter is energy in a solid form and energy is matter in a dispersed form. When the atoms of matter are broken and converted into atomic energy,...
RELIGIOUS RESPONSES TO THE TROUBLES OF OUR AGE
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Speaking Tree Blog | May 28, 2018
Why is there widespread social and political upheaval in our present world? It is not due to injustice as is commonly assumed. It is due to an unrealistic concept of justice and an obsession with an unrealistic concept of human rights. People are living in a state of over-expectation and when they find that their expectations are not fulfilled,...
MAKING INSTANT HISTORY
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Speaking Tree | May 21, 2018
It is said that media is a powerful tool with respect to social reform. It is certainly true that the media has achieved the status of the greatest industry; It is present in every home, big or small. But there is no social reform. Everyone complains about the deterioration in human and social values. In spite of great expansion, media has little positive effect on our...
WORLD RELIGIONS AND THE SPIRIT OF TOLERANCE
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | ST blog | May 14, 2018
The United Nations held the year 1995 as the year of tolerance. In a declaration signed in 1995 by 185 member nations, 16th November was dedicated as International Day for Tolerance. Tolerance was recognized as a permanent human requirement. And tolerance became a political, legal and moral duty to protect and preserve human rights.
ALL the great religions...