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  • Custodians of a Living Heritage

    Custodians of a Living Heritage

    Our forebears leave behind books, knowledge, responsibilities, and even buildings. We in turn leave the same to our successors. In the present slice of time, we are all custodians of a living heritage, whether we are aware of it or not. And sometimes, like that morning, heritage comes knocking on your door.
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  • New Arrivals [8 October 2021]

    Sufi Commentary of the Quran: Tafsir Kashani Vol. 1 by Abd al-Razzaq al-Kashani Al-Tawhid From Sufi's Perspective: An Analytical Study of Al-Durr Al-Nafis by Muhammad Khairi Mahyuddin Wisdom for Leadership: Faith, Values & High Performance by Tony Nelson, Moneer Tolephih...

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  • Personal Medicine

    Personal Medicine

    It was my energetic and empowering psychiatrist who first introduced to me to the importance of “personal medicine” and encouraged me to take it seriously. Writing and reading have been my personal medicine. 
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  • New Arrivals [30 September 2021]

    New titles this week   Al Khulasah: The Cream of Remembrancee by Habib Umar Bin Hafiz Imam Ghazali's Book of Counsels by Imam Abu Hamid al-Ghazali Why I Pray by Abdus Subhan Dalvi The Path to Paradise by Muhammad Salman...

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  • Reflection on Ian Abdul Latif Whiteman's Average Whiteman

    Reflection on Ian Abdul Latif Whiteman's Average Whiteman

    Sometimes you have to make mistakes, as we all did, and shed a few skins before finding who you really are and quite where you fit in… It's curious how for any sincere person, Islam appears to slowly peel away the facades and eventually reveal the true person underneath, even if it takes a lifetime.
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  • Author Session with Hidayah Amin: Zoom Recording

    Author Session with Hidayah Amin: Zoom Recording

    Although many of Singapore's pre-independence schools are no more, the lived experiences of pupils who call them alma mater are by no means easily erased or diminished. Two of our premier last Malay schools, Sang Nila Utama and Tun Seri Lanang, find their stories, and the memories of the students who walked through their doors, preserved beautifully in this important record of the Malay education experience.
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