Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | June 14, 2020
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | June 06, 2020
A believer makes mistakes but does not stoop to baseness. Mistakes are often made in sudden fits of emotion, but, when the passion cools down, one becomes conscious of the error and feels ashamed of one’s own wrongdoing.
By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | May 31, 2020
A noted western writer, after studying the lives of great men, attempted to pinpoint the special qualities that were common to all of them. He concluded that all of the men he had studied had been filled with curiosity and discontent.
By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | April 26, 2020
was once a man who stubbornly refused to believe that it is God who provides for and nourishes his creatures. His friends did the best to make him understand this, but with no success. Finally, he decided to silence them by putting this notion to the test. Leaving his home early one morning, he went off to a jungle where he perched himself up in a tree. “It is God who nourishes His servants, He will send me my food here too,” he thought.
By Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Sunday Guardian | April 19, 2020
A village boy came to the city. As he was walking along the road, he passed by a school. It was anniversary day, and hundreds of schoolboys had formed a line outside one of the windows where sweets were being distributed. The village boy also joined the line, and waited for his turn, thinking that just as all the other boys were being given a packet of sweets each, so he would also be presented with one.