From what I’ve come to consider, patience and conflict are at odds with each other, so this looks into how that might be.
Tag Archives: Guidance
Perfecting a Religion, Qur’an 1-5
Every so often, I’d find myself wondering why you’d say something like this five chapters in. Some of my thoughts on the first five chapters.
A Response to Our Prayer, Quran 2:2
There’s a possible link to the opening verses here.
Intention and Mercy, Qur’an 1:1
Ramadan is starting. God willing, I’ll probably be writing a bunch of posts reflecting on the Qur’an during this time.
Assumption and Deduction
There’s a chapter in the Quran known as the chapter of Luqman that I’ve been trying to memorise recently. There’s been something I’ve been reflecting on that I feel would make for a good discussion on reasoning. Reasoning in the Context of Religion The name of the chapter is taken from a story mentioned withinContinue reading “Assumption and Deduction”
The Result of Guidance
I thought I’d talk about how we reflect based on a verse in the Quran about its revelation in Arabic.
Growth Through Challenge
You know how it’s said that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger? Let’s explore that.
The First to Act
Arguments have a way of slowing us down and doing a lot of damage in general, so I’ve written some reflections on navigating them when it seems as though we’re being pulled into it.
The internet efficiently facilitates a matter if you know how to, but it also creates an afterimage upon use that only gets worse if you’re unable to recognise and snap out of it.
From Worse to Better
If we’re expressing fear through the lens of the classical Arabic language, sometimes fear makes us turn away from what we dislike and towards what we prefer.