Preserving Your Personal Islamic Library for Research and Future Generations
Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sun. Dec. 23, 2018 from 1-3 p.m. EST as we discuss, “Preserving Your Personal Islamic Library for Research and Future Generations.” Special guest to include Brother Waliakbar Muhammad, the former editor of Muhammad Speaks and Sister Zakiyyah Nu’Man of “New-Mind Productions” in Jersey City, NJ.
Join us by calling 714 816-4673 (to speak to the host press 1). Or listen online: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2018/12/23/preserving-your-personal-islamic-library-for-research-and-future-generations
Too often we hear of the lost books, artifacts, and tape recorded lectures of Imam W. Deen Mohammed merely because the owner of them died without preparing a way of preserving this precious knowledge. One of the best ways for preserving these nuggets of wisdom is first groom in other individuals an appreciation for the information at hand. Also we should have in place a method of getting the information into the safe hands of the individual or entity that is to inherit your personal library.
We plan to discuss other methods of preserving the wisdom that Allah has bestowed upon us; particularly the body of knowledge given to us from Imam W. Deen Mohammed. Our Imam instructed us to catalog his lectures for research using categorizes with specific topics and sub-topics for easy reference and cross-reference.
The body of knowledge that Allah has given us is often called “the Imam’s language” and we – ALL OF HIS STUDENTS – are the proper inheritors entrusted to the maintenance of this body of knowledge.
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