My professor for GS 197 – Global Studies: Islam in Contemporary Europe – encouraged our whole class, Muslims and non-Muslims alike to wear a hijab for one whole day, in support of World Hijab Day. And this is what I learned.
He is joy and light and He is everything bright and good in the world. Yet, His very being is too blinding, that we end up not seeing Him for what He really is – something even more massive than Earth herself. When we look up, we frown and cover our faces. We complain about […]
The time superstitions end and religious fervor begins starts when it is preached or taught in public. Some superstitions are spread orally but others are supported with facts.For example, the superstitions about vampires are obviously not true, therefore, they are simply superstitions. But, the superstition about Friday the 13th can be related to religion for […]