The Speaking Tree

The Way You Begin Impacts Your Future

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I TOI I December 12, 2014

There is an English proverb, ‘The end justifies the means’. Perhaps, there is another more relevant principle which may be expressed thus: ‘The end justifies the beginning.’ It is the end result that proves whether the beginning was right or wrong.

Make Your Mistake A Mistake Plus

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I TOI I November 11, 2014

Violence at WAGAH

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Speaking Tree I November 09, 2014

The greatest problem with Muslims is that they are lagging far behind in modern scientific education.  It is modern education alone that can change traditional mindsets

Make Yourself A Creative Mind

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I TOI I October 25, 2014

Divine Food

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Speaking Tree Website, TOI I October 19, 2014

The Quran refers to divine food in these words: “Do not regard with envy the worldly benefits We have given some of them, for with these We seek only to test them. The provision of your Lord is better and more lasting.” (20:131)

The “food” referred to here was not material food, it was divine food or spiritual food. Without receiving this food, a person cannot develop his or her personality. Jesus Christ has mentioned this fact in this well-known saying: “Man cannot live by bread alone.” (Matthew, 4:4)

Nature Works Automatically

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Speaking Tree Website, TOI I October 12, 2014

Why We Celebrate Eid-ul-Adha

Interaction: Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Speaking Tree Website, TOI | October 7, 2014

Maria: Dada, what is the universal message of Eid-ul-Adha?

You Can Become A Super Achiever

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I Speaking Tree Website, TOI I September 12, 2014

Grand Outlook

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan I The Speaking Tree I August 31, 2014

Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata (1839-1904) was an Indian pioneer industrialist, best known as the founder of the Tata Group, India’s biggest conglomerate company. His story gives us a great lesson. Once he wanted to book a room in the Watson’s Hotel in Bombay.At that time, the hotel did not permit Indians,who were nonwhite. In British India, hotels accepted only

European guests.