Many scholars and poets have described this worldly life as a dream.
Man today is competitive but self-centred.
We should not live in a way that damages the earth.
The fulfilment of worldly desires cannot make our heart happy.
Islam encourages us to be productive.
Faith is a gift of nature and must be made a part of life.
Every individual must learn how to manage his or her thoughts.
All people confront the big questions of existence.
Dominant thoughts make a person move towards his mission.
Religion is an inner state.
‘Zikr’ can combat loneliness.
It is incumbent upon Muslims to help others in distress.
Islam provides Muslims with essential principles to live by.
All individuals in a society are interlinked.
Consciousness of Allah is an essential part of Islamic teachings.
Families need succour in their hour of grief.
We fast to inculcate the spirit of Islam in every aspect of our life.
Sound values need to be inculcated in children.
Nature and all living creatures need our compassion.
Despite the lapse of many centuries, Holy Prophet's (PBUH) words, actions and examples continue to illuminate humanity.