The Speaking Tree

The Traditional Culture of Self-Restrain

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Times of India |  July 10, 2015

Leave Your Comfort Zone

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Speaking Tree | July 04, 2015

Your comfort zone is a situation in which you feel safe or at ease. Almost every man and woman experiences this at some time or the other. But a comfort zone is not based on reality. It is only a psychological state which may be interpreted as a comfort zone.

RAMZAN SPIRIT

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Speaking Tree | June 14, 2015

Stop pampering your children

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan in and interaction with REENA SINGH | The Speaking Tree | May 24, 2015
 
Crime and punishment have been the subject of heated debate recently, with the accused being high profile celebrities like Salman Khan and J Jayalalithaa. Whether celebrity or not, is punishment the right way to approach wrongdoing? Is it an effective way to mete out justice and to deter others or is there a better, spiritual way?
 

Nepal Shock & Aftermath

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Speaking Tree | May 3, 2015

A Power That Can Move Mountains

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Times of India | May 01, 2015

There Is A Hero Hidden In Every One Of Us

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I The Speaking Tree I April 6, 2015

Listen To The Silent Art Of Conversion

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I The Speaking Tree I March 13, 2015

Everyone likes a house surrounded by green trees. Verdant foliage beautifies our world. It is this idea that has brought farmhouses – houses in gardens – into being. But it is difficult to find anyone who is able to listen to the silent message of the trees or who tries to adopt the culture of the tree in his own life. The culture of planting trees is widespread but adopting the culture of the tree is seldom in evidence. Trees beautify our homes but they do not beautify the person living in that house.

Culture Of Democracy

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I The Speaking Tree I February 15, 2015

Democracy is a highly evolved form of government and it is fortunate that India has adopted it just as some others have. But, it requires great wisdom to avail properly the boon of democracy for it to be in the best interests of the people.