Change Must Come From Within

Darussalam Islamic Bookshop Australia

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An inspirational book of advice and guidance from the Qur'an and Sunnah, directing and reminding us about how we can change and turn our lives around to become closer to Allah and give up our bad habits, mistakes and sins.

The trials and tribulations that are gripping the Islamic world have created a sense of loss and disorientation not only in the heart of the ordinary Muslim, but also in the heart of the people of wisdom. What shall we do to overcome this hardship? How shall we rescue ourselves? How can we change this situation and where will this change come from? Do not fall into despondency, and do not wash your hands of seeking change, for there is still light at the end of the tunnel, Hope exists in each of us. We must recover from our disease and we must have a role to play among the nations. Each of us must contribute to this process of curing and revitalizing the Muslim nation according to his potentials, for I am confident that each individual will succeed in doing so. An inspirational book of advice and guidance from the Qur'an and Sunnah, directing and reminding us about how we can change and turn our lives around to become closer to Allah and give up our bad habits, mistakes and sins. About The Author Amr Mohamed Helmi Khaled‎ (born 1967) is an Egyptian Muslim activist and television Da'ee. The New York Times Magazine, in reference to Khaled's popularity in Arab countries, described him in its April 30, 2006 issue as 'the world's most famous and influential Muslim television preacher.' Amr Khaled was chosen as one of the world's 100 most influential people by Time Magazine in 2007. He has inspired the Arabic Youth to contribute to the social economic development of its countries by launching "Lifemakers" Concept. He graduated from Cairo University in Accounting & a diploma from an Islamic Studies Institute. He received his Ph.D at the University of Wales, Lampeter in May 2010.