Fulfilment Now and The Four Journeys have been published in paperback as well as a Kindle E-Book.
ASK Course ONE: The Sufi Map of the Self and ASK Course TWO: The Prophetic Way of Life have been published in paperback.
Two new E-Book, The Wisdom of Ramana Maharshi: A Modern Sufi Rendition and Inner Secrets of The Path (also in paperback) have been published.
The audio version of Differentiated Sameness, narrated by, Shaykh Fadhlalla, is now available.
A new book Universal Qur'an (Paperback) is now available. Also, Pilgrimage in Islam, Fasting in Islam, The Sufi Way to Self-Unfoldment, Cosmology of the Self, Journey of the Universe as Expounded in the Qur'an, Beginning's End and Health Sciences in Early Islam - Volumes 1 & 2 have been re-published in paperback.
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Imam `Ali, who was a cousin of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), was the first man to accept Islam, when he was still a young boy, and for the next twenty-three years he was one of the Prophet's closest companions. Imam `Ali was constantly at the side of the Prophet, learnt from him, and also married his daughter Fatima. The Prophet said of Imam `Ali: 'I am the city of knowledge, and `Ali is the gate'.
Although a great many of Imam `Ali's sayings and letters were accurately remembered and recorded during his lifetime, they have until now remained virtually inaccessible to the English-speaking world. The Sayings and Wisdom of Imam `Ali is a selection of this great man's recorded sayings -- gathered together from authentic and reliable sources and arranged in easily accessible sections in Arabic by Shaykh Fadhlalla Haeri. These have been carefully translated into modern English, a great effort having been made to remain true to the intended meaning of the original Arabic text.