MOTERWRITER.COM reviews the latest hit book - Sufi Prayer & Love
Through this divine prayer we can overcome our failures & limitations
There is a famous Sufi saying, "Previously Sufism was a reality without a name. Now it's a name without a reality." This quote itself purports the real meaning of Sufism. It goes beyond religion and religious rituals. It concerns itself with the love for the divine power and understanding and getting to know God better. Believers and non-believers who follow the English language now have an intuitively compiled text about prayer and the love for God. Dr. Ahmad Javid presents to you a systematic and detailed account of the mystical part of the Islamic faith.
Praise for the book -
"Sufism may be more widely recognizable today than what it was before but it still remains shrouded in mystery, with most people mistaking it for an extended part of the Islamic religion. I loved this book; it goes into great depths to explain to me about prayer and how to love God. The translations provided for the Arabic portions too were good." - Alexandria, a reader
"This book is remarkable, Alhamdulillah!
"A well written book. The writing concerning the prayers and about Islam is spot on. Easy to follow and understand. I was made aware of the beauty in the Islam faith that you don't get to see in mainstream media; which is filled with news about the radical stuff." - Sandy, an author
"Informative and easy to understand. It helped me make my prayer sessions more divine and spiritual." - Chavez, a reader
Within a few days of its release the book has managed to captivate a lot of audiences as highlighted by the discussions centered around the book at a popular online book forum. A reviewer for Moterwriter.com said that 'Sufi Prayer & Love' isn't an over written book and the precise writing and editing gives wonderful inputs to a newly convert Muslim and even a Muslim who thinks that they know everything about praying and their faith.
About the author:
Born in Pakistan, author Dr. Ahmad Javid Sarwari Qaderi is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and has been immersed in Sufism most of his life. He is a twelfth generation Sufi who was raised in a traditional religious and spiritual household.
Dr. Javid received his medical degree from Khyber Medical College in Peshawar, Pakistan, in 1973. He then received his diploma in pediatrics from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the University College in Dublin, Ireland. After spending seventeen years in Iran, extensively studying Sufi literature and poetry, he came to the United States in 1993 to finish residency training in pediatrics at Columbia University as a chief resident.
Dr. Javid has been conferred with the khirqa (cloak) of the Sarwari Qaderi order of Sufis, and he has published Sufi Light: The Secret of Meditation and The Spirit of a Sultan.
Connect with him at - http://www.drahmadjavid.net/
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