Whether you call yourself an activist, an Islamic worker, a community volunteer or a caller to God, working for Islam is one of the most worthy occupations in this life. It is also a challenging path with many roadblocks lying in wait...
"Roadblocks" is an essential read for Islamic workers, exploring the most common spiritual challenges in Islamic work. It is a book for those who aspire to overcome the common spiritual challenges that can impede their journey. Whether you are feeling burnt out, disconnected from your community, or frustrated by the slow pace of progress, this book provides practical solutions to help you identify the root causes of your feelings and take steps to overcome them. The chapters in this book are rich with insights that will deepen your understanding of the spiritual roadblocks you may encounter and how they can affect you and your community.
Topics covered: spiritual burnout, extravagance, hast, isolation, self-admiration, self-delusion, and arrogance amongst others. Reading "Roadblocks" will empower you to take control of your spiritual journey, and to contribute to your community in a more meaningful way. So if you are a Muslim who is looking to unlock your full potential and overcome the challenges that are holding you back, this book is a must-read.
About the Author:
Muhammad Nuh was a prolific scholar and writer of Egyptian descent. A world-class professor of Hadith Sciences at Al Azhar University, he lectured at universities globally. He was deeply passionate about the fields of dawah and collective Islamic work, writing more than 20 books on these topics. Sheikh Nuh was known among scholarly circles as a man of perfected prayer and great humility, who keenly listened to the youth and favoured action over theory.
Author: As Sayyid Muhammad Nuh
Publisher: Muslim American Society (MAS) Publishing
Dimensions: 23 × 15.5 × 1.5 cm