Principles of Life

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | AL RISALA- June 1988

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al Risala, October 1988

When the U.S. launched its first manned spacecraft in 1969, the first stage rocket boosters produced a horrific noise of such intensity that the entire area within a hundred-mile radius was shaken up by it. But the astronauts inside the rocket blithely went on their space journey quite untrammelled by the ear-splitting din, for after an interval of just 10 seconds it had ceased to affect them.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al Risala, July 1988

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al Risala, July 1988

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al Risala, July 1988 

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala, May 1988

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala, June 1988

When India’s 1962 Olympic participants returned to New Delhi at the end of the Los Angeles Olympic Games (July-August 1984), there was a complete absence of any fanfare at the airport for the home coming of the athletes. The reason was obvious. They had not won a single medal, neither gold, nor silver nor bronze.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala, June 1988

Joseph Conrad, born in 1857 in Berdychiv, Ukraine, was orphaned in infancy, and since he had neither a formal education nor the backing of relatives, he had to support himself by working as a seaman. He travelled to various countries, at last reaching England in 1886, where he became a British citizen.

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala, May 1988