A fatalistic approach does not lead us to a solution of the problem.
Love is no monopoly of any one culture or nation, faith or community.
The times of cursing each other on theological grounds are over.
The debate between religion and science leaves us with no common ground.
Prophetic traditions advise us to use water judiciously.
Prophets, sages and mystics are often called ‘lights’.
We are recognised by what we practise in our lives.
The Quran sees the heart as the locus of revelation.
The study of religions should enlighten us about interfaith dynamism.
God in the Quran speaks to the people through ‘symbols’.
It is time to remove the walls that impede communication.
No faith community is an island unto itself.
Information is the basis of human development.
Rumi implies that human experiences create multiple perspectives.
The sacred texts teach us to speak in the ‘most beautiful manner’.
Civilisations have two choices before them.
The ultimate aim of religion is searching for the truth.
Revelation can only be appreciated by rational beings.
Some see ‘aql’ and ‘ishq’ as complementing each other.
In many of its verses, the Quran refers to the beauty in human relations.