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The Magnificent Organ
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An Audience of One
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AN AUDIENCE OF ONE is a masterful
collection of poems that brings the
beauty of traditional Islamic Ghazals in
English to a modern audience. There
are a total of nine ghazals in this
book. Five of the ghazals are named
after a salaat (prayer) that the Muslims
performs as part of their obligatory
duties. One of the ghazals is named
after a voluntary salaat that the Muslim
|AN AUDIENCE OF ONE
by Majid Mohiuddin
19 pages of original watercolor art.
|THE MAGNIFICENT ORGAN
by Jeanette Hablullah, N.D.
The Magnificent Organ-The Heart of Quran, Hadith, Science,
and Wholistic Healing Experiences is a book that provides eye
opening perspectives of the heart and brain that many have
never considered. This book has seven chapters that are an
Chapters One and Two set the stage by giving the fundamental
theoretical information about the link between the heart and
brain. There are references from the Quran and Bible as well as
researched sources from the sciences to help the reader
understand what happens when we fail to balance between the
aggressive brain and the calm, gentle heart.
This book is a long awaited addition to the bookshelves of both
Muslims and non-Muslims with some very thought provoking
ideas on how we see ourselves - beyond our physical bodies.
|MAMA DUCK RHYMES
Variations on the Themes
by Jenny L'Amour
Clearance Sale $3.00
MAMA DUCK RHYMES-Variations on the Themes was written
says the author, “For those people who remember the
Mother Goose Rhymes and might enjoy a different look.”
Nuurah Muhammad, MA Ed, a former teacher and administrator with over forty years of
education experience, had the following to say after reading this book: "In MAMA DUCK, one
finds Mary's lamb is not just something cute to read about, but something that piques
the appetite, leaving a hearty laugh. .... Here instead of leaving the reader hanging as
to the meaning of a rhyme, she relates the rhymes to the need for food, clothing,
shelter, protection, and recreation."
|19 pages with illustrations by
Dr. Dawn X. Henderson.
A professor at