— Syed Soharwardi (Chairman)
The Holy Quran is the holy book of Islam. It was written in the seventh century AD, the content of which is the wisdom of Allah as Muhammad obtained and preached it. The Qur’an is divided into chapters (called Surah’s) and verses (verses) of different lengths and titles.
Islamic knowledge is generally defined as the type of knowledge used in Islam for religious discourse and to discover and reflect on the truth through rituals of worship.
It is synonymous with (Ummah-ul-Islam, ‘Islamic community). It is commonly used to mean a collective group of Islamic people. In the Qur’an, the ummah generally refers to a single group that shares common religious beliefs, especially those that are objects of the divine plan of salvation.
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever feeds a hungry person, his sins will be forgiven, and whoever helps in the journey, his sins will be forgiven.” Feeding the hungry, feeding the poor and helping the people. Along with their needs are all the good deeds that can give us a place in heaven.
Spirituality includes the claim of a feeling or belief that there is something greater than oneself, that there is something beyond being a sensory experience to be human, and that what we are a section of is cosmic or divine nature.
Your inner self is what you are. To know your inner soul is to know your intention, values, ideas, motives, goals and beliefs. Not what others have told you, but what you have discovered for yourself.