Book Launch | God Intervenes Between A Person And Their Heart: Key Lessons From The Prophets

By Fadwa Wazwaz, Engage Minnesota   About The Book In this video I explore the themes and questions that inspired the writing of the book.  The book was published on May 23, 2020.  Your review and feedback is appreciated.     God Intervenes Between A Person And Their Heart: Key Lessons from the Prophets is a journey in listening, reflecting, and answering the call of faith, inspired by the life experiences that challenged me, and questions that I had to work through for myself and others. The stories of the Muslim prophets are generally used for legalistic purposes, either to Read More …

Ramadan Mubarak or Blessed Ramadan

By Fadwa Wazwaz, Engage Minnesota “O Allah, make faith beloved to us and beautify it in our hearts, and make unbelief, wickedness, and disobedience hateful to us, and make us among the rightly-guided. O Allah, let us pass away as Muslims, live as Muslims, and let us be joined with the righteous.” –Prophet Muhammad, upon him peace and blessings. I updated the attached blog of previous years. I hope to comment on Ramadan in this blog for the coming year. I have a few posts to help us prepare for this month on Engage Minnesota, FaceBook. I updated the blog with the Read More …

If you or someone you know feels wronged

By Fadwa Wazwaz, Engage Minnesota   (All) faces shall be humbled before (Him) – the Living, the Self-Subsisting, Eternal: hopeless indeed will be the man that carries iniquity (on his back). (But he who works deeds of righteousness, and has faith, will have no fear of harm nor of any curtailment (of what is his due). (Quran 20:111-112)     First, ask yourself: Are you able to forgive? Can you either move on without the person, or else move on from the hurt feelings and continue to engage? If you can, then do so. However, as you do, communicate your feelings about being wronged Read More …

George Floyd

by Fedwa Wazwaz “Please, I can’t breathe.” -George Floyd Ramadan doesn’t turn any of us into angels nor make problems go away. We still need to face them and try our best to act on the lessons we learned during Ramadan. During the month of Ramadan, we reflected much on justice and how God loves justice. Indeed, we all love justice, fairness, and being heard—except when we are the oppressor. Then it is hard for us to recognize when we have violated the boundaries of others, especially if we are blessed with privilege and power. We look for ways to Read More …