By Abdur Rashid Siddiqui, Kube Publishing, paperback, 235 pages
Tazkiyah, self-development, lies at the core of Islamic life and is essential for those purifying their souls and actions
Self-development, 'tazkiyah', is an authentic Islamic practice. Yet self-development is rarely written about despite its centrality to Islamic life. This anthology is a practical manual in English to assist those who want to achieve self-development by purifying their souls and actions. It covers practical topics, including management skills, daily routine, intention and commitment, communication skills, as well as delving into spiritual areas of interest, such as man's relationship with Allah, constant striving and the Islamic worldview.
About the author:
Ustadh Abdur Rashid Siddiqui (1932-2019) was born in Bombay, India and came to the UK in 1963. He engaged himself in Islamic organisations soon after arriving in the UK. Over a period spanning almost 60 years, he has been active in Islamic work and worked with a number of organisations including the UK Islamic Mission, the Islamic Foundation, Muslim Council of Britain and the Islamic Society of Britain. He played a leading role in these organisations. He has been a long-standing trustee of the Islamic Foundation and the Markfield Institute of Higher Education. In the UK Islamic Mission, he took on a range of responsibilities including Senior Vice-President, Secretary-General, Head of dawah, and Head of planning during his 55 years of active membership.
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