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Islam is not a material religion. Islam is not coming only for arranging your lives on this planet, but Islam is coming with its highest purpose, to make people to be in connection with heavens.
- Sultan ul-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Nazim Adil Al Haqqani (may Allah sanctify his secret.)
Nothing is more important than understanding the truth, knowing the truth, believing the truth. Going through a hard time doesn’t cut off what God says is possible. We have to pursue what’s possible and place ourselves in position through communion with the Holy Spirit for life to flow in and through us.
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In chapter four of Not Light, but Fire by Matthew Kay, he discusses some personal reasons why a teacher might bring up a conversation about race into the classroom. I want to look some of those reasons a bit more critically. First, Kay mentions that some teachers may have bring up the conversation of race in their classroom as a way of combating a form of “white guilt”. “Guilt, when matured by reflection, can inspire a teacher to approach a sensitive subject with humility.” (119). While this is true, guilt without reflection can also lead teachers to have a discussion with the goal of trying to devillianize themselves. That is where the negative side of this kind of motivation creeps in. If a teacher does feel some kind of guilt related to systematic issues of oppression, they need to evaluate why before they try to discuss it in class. As the adult in the room, students will look up to them for understanding how to navigate these kinds of conversations, so it is important to understand how and why they feel the way they do about those topics themselves.
Kay also brings up that a teacher could introduce the topic of race as a way to inform young people and lead them on the path of activism. “He has read right books and attends the right rallies.” (119). I love this sentence because it shows a teacher who is committed to being informed about what they plan to discuss with their students. Yet, at the same time, it also creates a tone that more can still be done. Educating yourself on topics such as race is very important, but it also means critically understanding and not just knowing the facts. Students will be more likely to engage in conversation when it’s clear to them that their teacher, even if they don’t fully understand at the time, are seeking to alongside their students. It reminds me of what Freire discusses with the student/teacher relationship, and that everyone in the classroom has the potential to learn.
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Do you ever wonder when everything changed
When the cards reshuffled and rearranged
Did it happen with the flow of life
Or were you pushed by turmoil and strife
Why do you settle for the things that you do
At what point do you make things happen for you
When things spiral out of control
Do you roll with the punches or let life it take its toll
How do you interpret changes and why
Do you look at the bright side or do you just cry
Do these changes affect your direction
What are you doing upon closer inspection
What is your purpose, what gifts were you given
Or are you just living in line with the system
Is this worth questioning, does it even matter
What is the point of today and forever
We have those nights. Long, winding, infinitesimally deep, uncomfortably microscopic. We are human. There’s no great secret to it, no startling revelation; only that most people don’t look close enough to see. Hence oblivion is their salve, habit their protection.
But what about the ones like you and me?
Tolstoy asserted that there are four ways out of “the terrible position we are all placed in.” Ah, more Russian existentialism, I hear you say. Well, he’s not exactly wrong. Although I’d always purport that any philosophical stance may be refuted. Knowledge doesn’t deny as such, but solutions are never absolutes and closure remains elusive.
Still, he refines it down: ignorance, epicureanism, energy, weakness.
He was circling the drain of the latter, crippled by the prospect of artistic irrelevance, when he declared himself prematurely finished of this life. Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to die. But like death, crisis is a great leveller. Coupled with morbid introspection and the lingering malaise of depression, perhaps more so. To quote literature’s most notorious study of grief:
“Not where he eats, but where he is eaten. A certain convocation of politic worms are e'en at him. Your worm is your only emperor for diet. We fat all creatures else to fat us, and we fat ourselves for maggots. Your fat king and your lean beggar is but variable service – two dishes, but to one table. That’s the end.”
Hamlet has a point. One that transcends time, place, culture, gender, et al. One that captures our humanity, as any scholar worth their salt will tell you. So now we circle back to meanings. We view ourselves through the lens of tradition, weigh the vastness of our grandiose pretensions, even though we are but motes.
We’ve had Tolstoy, Shakespeare, a little nod to Carl Sagan. Why not? But to return to the theme – I may or may not be somewhat preoccupied with this right now – I give you Dostoevsky.
Bared down to the soul. Again.
Namely his The Dream of a Ridiculous Man – a rousing ode to living despite the dour premise, and something of a redefinition almost a half-century before the actual revolution.
Protagonist caught beneath the fatalistic tide of suicidal inevitability, he writes of an epiphanous spark:
“It became clear to me that life and the world, as it were, depended upon me. I might even say that the world had existed for me alone. I should shoot myself, and then there would be no world at all, for me at least. Not to mention that perhaps there will really be nothing for any one after me, and the whole world, as soon as my consciousness is extinguished, will also be extinguished like a phantom, as part of my consciousness only, and be utterly abolished, since perhaps all this world and all these men are myself alone.”
Such solipsistic ponderings might suggest a selfish bent. And yet, the pure sensation of life is there, declared – felt – as if resurrection had occurred and animation negates his spiritual death.
“It is so simple… the one thing,” he goes on. And it is, if you trouble yourself to see precisely what we are in this our present moment – the shared essence, the march in common conquest of our fears, the unequivocal pursuit of love, the joy of simply being:
“Whosoever thou art, if thou art, and if there exists a purpose more intelligent than the things which are now taking place, let it be present here also.”
Both universal and wholly individual, this sweet and moving delight makes the terror worth it. Reason does not merely reply; it encapsulates the layers of us, arranges itself as the perfect complement to feeling.
We possess a light, disparate trails of stardust, the dearest power of affection.
Everything we have in mind, we are. And we are, an essential dream.
In a world where darkness has been seemingly increasing… love is the light that rescues us…
“A slave of Allah (Exalted He is) will remain standing on the Day of Judgement until he is questioned about four things:
his life on earth and how he spent it,
his knowledge and how he utilised it,
his wealth and how he acquired it and in what way he spent it,
and his body and how he wore it out.”
– Prophet Muhammad (may peace and blessings be upon Him)
At times, we’re faced with so many situation unexplained, yet a decision must be made in order to keep our minds clear for the next go around of thoughts.
So the meantime we sit and think about the situation before making a decision that you may regret later on in the future. We as a nation of people are still growing each and every day by our constant action allows us to carefully make sense…
And when I went out to search for hope, everything around lent more melancholy to my burdened heart. I was a mean for nature’s catharsis.
When we think about the concept that God has known us before we came into existence and that he created us for a specific purpose, it should give us pause. There is nothing we will face that will catch Him off guard. There are surprises in our life for us, but not Him. We were created for His purpose, not ours. Living our lives within His purpose brings us greater joy then living for ourselves.…
[3 images. A group of people standing in a room. A couple of people that are standing in a room. A man wearing a hat. Captions: Especially you, young man, and the passion you have for the people. For is that not the sole purpose of the apparatus of the State?]
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