Introduction Letter #01: A Quarter of a Century Letter #02: Becoming Gordon Ramsay Letter #03: The Best Reminder of Life Letter #04: How to be Happy with Your Self Letter #05: Who Do We Turn To? Letter #06: Lessons from A Homeless Man Letter #07: Picking Yourself Up and Moving Forward Letter #08: A Side of Me You Didn't Know Letter #09: Who Do You Want to Be? Letter #10: The True Story of Maarop Mohd Noh Letter #11: Want Ease in Life? Don't Get Close to Allah! Letter #12: What is Better than Your Today? Letter #13: The Reason Why I Couldn't Write At All Letter #14: The Secret to Being Content All the Time Letter #15: A Special Delivery from Palestine Letter #16: How Changing Just One Thing in Your Life Will Change Everything Letter #17: How We Overlook the Small Things in Pursuit of the Grandeur Letter #18: How to Begin the New Year Letter #19: What to Avoid When Calling Friends and Family to Islam Letter #20: Understanding Love Letter #21: Giving Everything Its Due Letter #22: Why I Stopped Shoving my Beliefs Down Others' Throats Letter #23: What Happens When You are Grateful? Letter #24: What are We Praying For? Letter #25. Slow Down, Stand Still, Experience Letter #26: Sculpting the Self Letter #27: A Moment of Gratitude Letter #28: Make A Difference Letter #29: Journey to Allah, Path to Peace Letter #30: Feeling Stagnant? Letter #31: Who or What is Defining Who You Are? Letter #32: Get Moulded by Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'Ala Letter #33: Destined to be Muslim Letter #34: Of Veiling & Unveiling & Seeing the Wisdom of Everything Letter #35: Overcoming the Worries of Tomorrow Letter #36: Wisdoms from an Elderly Letter #37: Are You Making Smart Investments? Letter #38: A Practical Guide to Saving the World Letter #39: Your Journey Hints at Your End Letter #40: The Prophet's Touch Afterword
Nur Fadhilah Wahid is a Singaporean writer. Nur was born and educated in Singapore before moving to Malaysia for her undergraduate studies. Throughout her studies Nur also sought out Islamic Revealed knowledge and spent a year in a traditional Islamic madrassah in Singapore before studying in Dar az-Zahra, Tarim, Yemen. Yet, despite her thirst for Islamic knowledge today, Nur hasn't always been close to her religion and has been on a spiritual roller-coaster since 2010. Nur lives in Singapore doing what she loves best: writing, designing, and collaborating on Islamic projects!
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