Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala September, 1987
The rose is so beautiful that it has been called the queen of flowers. Yet, on the very same branch where the rose blooms so prettily, there is a formidable array of thorns which make it a difficult and sometimes painful business to pluck the rose. But such is the law of nature. There is no rose without its thorns.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala July, 1987, Pg. 14
The late Sir C.V. Raman (1888-1970), who received the Nobel prize for physics in 1928, achieved international repute and is still the most famous name in the field of Indian science. His discovery, known as the Raman effect, is one of the established pieces of scientific information which is useful in the study of molecular energy levels.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Principles of Life | Al-Risala July, 1987
“Success is a matter of cool decisions, without constant wavering and changing of the mind, acute observation, initiative, and unremitting attention to a vast number of petty details.”