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Straight From The Heart – January 2014 – Editorial

 

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I have not adorned Muhemmed [pbuh] with my words,
but my words have been adorned with Muhemmed [pbuh].

It is good to recite nasheeds and listen to the praises of the Prophet [pbuh] and to read his biography because it increases love for him; but this love will only benefit us if we truly implement his teachings in our lives and follow him in every way we can.


January 2014 VoE Editorial

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