Living in a pluralistic society

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | SOULVEDA |

A pluralistic society is defined as a place where different religious, ethnic and cultural groups live together. But this kind of definition is not correct. The fact is that pluralism is a law of nature. Every society is a plural society, even every family is a plural family.

Total involvement

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | SOULVEDA |

Elias Howe (1819–1867) was born in Massachusetts, USA. He died at the young age of 48. Although his life was short, his contribution to the world of clothes—that of the sewing machine—will always be remembered.

Miracles of memory

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | SOULVEDA |

When you want to express an idea, your mind instantly activates a whole intellectual machine. It recalls that idea, sorts it out from the various jungle of events in your memory, selects the appropriate words, it gathers together its grammar, then it activates your tongue to speak, or your finger to write. Almost all of its senses are involved in this process. Numerous actions and interactions take place within the mind with an incredibly high speed.

Our tragedy

 Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | SOULVEDA |

Sir Isaac Newton (1642–1727) was born into a Christian family. A regular church-goer, he can be said to have been a religious man in every sense of the word. But he is known to the world as a scientist, not as a man of religion. He spent his whole life setting down the results of his research into the solar system, and it is in this capacity that the world has come to know him.