• Fethullah Gulen's weekly speech dated 28 July 2019 and entitled 'Trial, Serenity and Salvation'
  • Paranoia
  • Years of Heedlessness
  • Broken Dream
  • A Conversation with Youth
  • Fethullah Gulen's weekly speech dated 05 May 2019 and entitled 'Ramadan: The Month of Mercy, Hope and Abundance'
  • Fethullah Gulen's weekly speech dated 28 April 2019 and entitled 'Suffering, Suffering, Suffering'
  • Trial, Serenity and Salvation
  • Recent Articles: Paranoia
  • Recent Articles: Years of Heedlessness
  • Recent Articles: Broken Dream
  • A Conversation with Youth
  • Ramadan: The Month of Mercy, Hope and Abundance
  • Suffering, Suffering, Suffering

Latest Articles

Trial, Serenity and Salvation

Aug 01, 2019 Fethullah Gülen
The troubles and suffering of the victims of oppression should be shared amongst the public.…

A Conversation with Youth

Jun 20, 2019 Fethullah Gülen
I believe what the Honourable Sage Bediüzzaman prescribed as a remedy is really important:…

Ramadan: The Month of Mercy, Hope and Abundance

May 10, 2019 Fethullah Gülen
The Prophet says, 'Woe to those who fail to earn Divine Mercy even though they have reached…

Paranoia

May 01, 2019 Fethullah Gülen
Paranoia is a chronic spiritual illness that disrupts a person’s ability for reasoning, balanced…

Suffering, Suffering, Suffering

May 01, 2019 Fethullah Gülen
Let's start with a prayer that is considered to be the maxim of those who believe: İnananların…

Salvation from Loss of Character

Apr 24, 2019 Fethullah Gülen
If a person does not question himself, is not in the struggle of improving one's self, it is normal…

Conference Papers

Being prudent does not mean being fearful and withdrawing. Nor does action without proper preparation and planning have anything to do with being courageous and bold. Being excessively cautious may cause some damage, but people can recover from such damage. However, the indiscreet and heedless actions of those who think imprudence is heroism are very risky and dangerous.
Fethullah Gülen

About the newly released book of John Pahl

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