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This article was originally submitted by Aamna Nayyar
Three Paths, One God: Traditional Scriptures and New Prayers
Prayer is an act of worship. Through prayers, we glorify God and confirm our need to Him. Amazingly, prayers have incredible potential and pow
As we grow deep in prayer, we become more engaged to God Almighty. Our firm faith and devotion grow as we connect with The One, who is All-Hearing and All-Merciful.
Religious traditions from around the world display beliefs in healing through prayers. Through this book, the authors from three main Abrahamic faiths are calling people to connect with God.
Moreover, the authors are females; each following her own faith and praying and seeking in her own ways at marking times of the days. Each author recognizes the essential commonalities and irreconcilable differences between the three Abrahamic faiths. This book is an effort to promote peace on earth.
As active practitioners of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, the authors (Rabbi Min Kantri, Ms. Victoria Redder and Dr. Aamna Nayyar) recognize the power of religious belief and practice in their lives.
Aamna Nayyar, a USA and Pakistani licensed dentist, considers this book as her small contribution towards world’s peace; as Allah (SWT) says in the Qur’aan, “And cooperate in righteousness and piety, but do not corporate in sin and aggression.” (Chapter 5, verse 2)
However, as a dentist, she believes that the faith, spirituality and the feelings of the person must occupy an important place among the interests of the healthcare practice. She recognizes that the patients are continuously facing a straight association between their own growth, doctor and spirituality.
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