The Sunday Guardian

GIVING AS GOD WILLS

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Soulveda

Man’s life and property are gifts of God. He owes everything he possesses to God alone. The only way to give thanks for these innumerable gifts is to dispose of them as God wishes.  Such expenditure of one’s wealth is symbolic of one’s complete trust in God.

Man owes whatever he earns in this world to the fact that God has given him hands and feet to use for this purpose. He has endowed man with eyes and a tongue with which to see and speak. He has blessed him with an intellect which enables him to think and plan.

The message of Islam

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Nov 22, 2020

SCIENCE AND GOD-REALIZATION: Part 3

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | Nov 15, 2020

Science and God-realisation: Part 2

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Nov 8, 2020

Science and God realization: Part 1

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | Nov 1, 2020

TAKING ON GOD’S OWN DYE

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | 25 Oct 2020

PROCESSION OF DEATH

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Oct 18, 2020

CONTENTMENT IS THE KEY TO HAPPINESS

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Oct 11, 2020

The poor tend to think that their difficulties are due only to a lack of resources. They feel that it is just a question of having enough wealth and they will be able to solve all their problems. But that is quite far from being the truth. Just as there are problems for the poor, so are there problems for the rich.

Consider the import of this news item–“Bored to Death”–which appeared not so long ago in the American Press.

Discover God Through His Creation

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | SG Blog | 03 September 2020

Looking at the human body from a purely physical point of view, one finds that it is made up of water, carbon, oxygen, and some other chemical elements. One can even work out, as scientist Robert Pattison has done, the price of material constituents of the human body. According to his calculations their market value is about six and a half US dollars, about seventy Indian rupees.