The Core Beliefs of a Muslim: In Poetry by Anwar Wright

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The Core Beliefs of a Muslim: In Poetry by Anwar Wright
ISBN: 9781792359873
Author: Anwar Wright
Book Binding: Paperback
Pages 149
Size: 8.3 x 5.8 x 0.3 inch
Publication year:2021
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Anwar Wright's "The Core Beliefs of a Muslim: In Poetry" is a compelling collection of poetry that brilliantly encapsulates a Muslim's essential beliefs and ideals. The poet and author Anwar Wright employs the beauty of poetry to explain the essential beliefs of Islam in a beautiful and meaningful manner. He covers the principles that constitute the cornerstone of a Muslim's faith, such as belief in the oneness of Allah, the value of prayer, the significance of charity, and the concept of accountability in the hereafter, using carefully constructed passages. The book is expected to take readers on a spiritual trip, using the power of words to elicit emotions, reflections, and a stronger connection to Islamic beliefs. Each poem can be read as a meditative composition that stimulates reflection on the religion's core teachings. Anwar Wright's lyrical interpretations certainly convey the beauty and wisdom of Islamic principles in
"The Core Beliefs of a Muslim: In Poetry," making them approachable and relatable to people of all backgrounds. His verses may provide insight into a Muslim's moral compass, the importance of compassion and kindness, and the quest for inner peace through submission to Allah.In seeking to follow in the footsteps of some of the Imams of Islam who clarified matters of the Islamic belief system by way of poetry, such as Ibn Abee Dawud (d.316H) in his Haa’iyah, al-Nuniyyah by al-Qahtaani (d.383H), al-Laamiyyah attributed to Shaykhul Islam ibn Taymiyyah (d.728H), al-Kaafiyah al-Shaafiyah by Ibn al-Qayyim (d.751H), and Sullam al-Wusool fi ‘Ilm al-Usool by Shaykh Haafidh Al-Hakami (d.1377H) (May Allah have mercy on him), I have composed the following lines of poetry in the English language on some of the core beliefs of the Muslim. We ask Allah the Most High to make it beneficial for those who hear it and read it. Indeed, He is the All-Hearer, the One Who responds to the supplications.

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