Revive Your Heart: Putting Life in Perspective By Nouman Ali Khan

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Nouman Ali Khan
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Revive Your Heart: Putting Life in Perspective By Nouman Ali Khan
ISBN: 9781847741011
Author: Nouman Ali Khan
Book Binding: Paperback
Pages 252
Size: 5.5 X 8.5 X 0.5
Publication year: 2017
About This Book:
Nouman Ali Khan's "Restore Your Heart: Placing Life in Context" is an enthralling and provocative book that takes perusers on a significant excursion to figure out life's complexities from the perspective of Islamic lessons. Nouman Ali Khan, a notable Islamic researcher and educator, dives into the intricacies of confidence, human instinct, and otherworldliness, assisting perusers with reexamining their thoughts and finding more noteworthy importance in their lives.
Key Attributes include:
Spiritual Reflections:
Nouman Ali Khan plunges profoundly into the otherworldly parts of life, giving bits of knowledge into the human essence. He welcomes perusers to consider their own profound excursions to foster a more grounded relationship with Allah and a sensation of direction.
Islamic Wisdom:
The book draws on Islamic lessons, for example, the Quran and Hadith to offer perusers a solid groundwork of confidence as well as a careful handle on life's highs and lows. Khan's perspectives depend on Islamic grants and give another viewpoint on age-old subjects.
Personal Growth:
Self-awareness: "Restore Your Heart" is something other than a confidence book; it's likewise a self-awareness manual. Khan talks about themes like appreciation, versatility, pardoning, and determination, as well as pragmatic ideas on the most proficient method to carry out these thoughts in day-to-day existence.
Relatable Stories:
The book is loaded with engaging stories and tales that make sense of central subjects, making troublesome thoughts open to a wide range of perusers. Khan's narrating ability adds profundity and genuineness to the message of the book.
Universal Appeal:
While the book's themes of resilience, thankfulness, and contemplation are strongly entrenched in Islamic traditions, they have broad appeal. It crosses religious bounds and is important to anybody seeking a fresh perspective on life's difficulties.

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