A Path Emerges : Thoughts and Reflections On The Signs Of Allah In Our Lives and The Lives Of OthersFajr Literary - UK
“And how many a sign within the heavens and earth do they pass over, yet they turn away from it.” [Yusuf: 105]
The Signs of Allah are all around us and they continue to encircle us. There is no count to them and they can come in copious forms; sometimes as clear as running water and deep blue skies, and other times they can be obscure and cause you to ponder, dwell, and even question.
The entire world we live in contains ample signs as do the daily matters and incidents we face. the people we come across is a written fate as this is the very timing of events in our lives. But most of us are oblivious and though we possess eyes and ears, we are prone to blindness which overtakes the heart - the organ most needed to comprehend and hearken to these signs and tales of wisdom.
'A Path Emerges' is a spiritual retreat and a collection of reflections over the signs of Allah which He has embedded into the earth. Learn from nature, contemplate the depth and beauty of 'Ibaadah (worship), unveil the lessons the earth speaks, and through it all, learn how to bring your heart back to life.
Title: A Path Emerges : Thoughts and Reflections On The Signs Of Allah In Our Lives and The Lives Of Others
Author: Farhia Yahya
Publisher: Fajr Literary - UK
Size : 20.4 cm x 12.8 cm
Weight: 0.204 kg
Behind the ‘Fajr Literary’ blog is Farhia Yahya from London, UK who is a teacher of Qur’anic and Arabic Sciences, and has taught English-speaking audiences in the UK for the past few years. In addition to completing a BSc Biomedical Science degree in London, she has also completed her Arabic, Islamic studies, and Hifdh of Qur’an in Cairo, Egypt. Born in Somalia and raised in the UK, she has lived in various cities around the world and travelling continues to be one of her passions.
Farhia is a published author, upcoming novelist, and a translator of classical Arabic texts. She teaches tailored Islamic courses for sisters online and also runs this blog (as well as its social networks) with a focus on writing around the gems of the Qur’an and the beauty of literature. Farhia is currently living and working in the UAE.