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Monthly Archive

July 2023

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 14 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
The Fountain
4555

Editorial: Time Flies By

One strange thing about time is that it passes quickly, especially when we’re enjoying it! Or rather, that’s how we it feels. Think about summer: when we are just about to make the best of it, we star... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
M. Fethullah Gulen
5184

Time in the Perspective of a Believer

In the perspective of a believer, time always flows by with fascination. On many occasions, it is adorned with wonders, and for those who truly experience its magic, it whispers many things beyond tim... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
The Fountain
5693

The Humanity of Muhammad: Interview with Craig Considine

It was May 2019. We were observing the holy month of Ramadan, and while we were physically in the office and doing our usual work, our stomachs and spirits were on their annual leave. Deprived from my... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Sinan Kosak
5372

Cleanliness, Everywhere

People of discernment should contemplate on the fact that, from the microcosm to the macrocosm, there is a highly systematic process of cleaning and recycling despite continuous movements and mind-bog... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Zainab Anyadike
5399

One Child at a Time: Ensuring a Peaceful Future

The constant threat to children by conflict and violence globally has led to the formulation of policies and rules to govern and protect children from unnecessary, deliberate, and direct exposure to v... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Selcuk Camci
5680

Interpreting With Wisdom

Scientific positivism assumes history and social events to follow a straight line. In this view, divine revelation and the virtuous life it prescribes are not factored in, for human intellect is accep... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
M. Fethullah Gulen
5462

Initiate (Salik)

A salik (initiate) is a traveler who follows a way to a goal and makes efforts to meet with God. The way of traveling differs according to the capacity, abilities and gifts with which each individual ... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Mehmet E. Altin
5354

Prime Numbers and Encryption

The largest prime number [1]—discovered by a group of scientists led by Patrick Laroche in 2018—drew considerable interest [2]. To better describe the greatness of this number with 24,862,048 decimal ... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Binazir Sankibayeva
5019

Realization

Revelation has come to liberate me From the power of sin That’s been integrated As a standard of norm As a power of hope To restore justice in the world Kingdom and power All they devour Assum... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Irfan Yilmaz
5038

The Immune System’s Sentry Tower

De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem (On the Structure of the Human Body in Seven Books) by Andreas Vesalius is a collection of books on human anatomy published in Europe during the Renaissance. It... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
Engin Yigit
5460

Between Thought and Action: An Intellectual Biography of Fethullah Gülen

I follow closely and with great interest what Western thinkers write and think about the Hizmet Movement, how they evaluate the current conditions affecting the Movement, and how they shed light on it... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
M. Fethullah Gulen
5111

Your Absence

Everywhere is in darkness Eyes are in search of you People speak but with words of hypocrisy Lift the veil on your face and give us a light So all the frictions are gone in society An eclipse h... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
The Fountain
5317

Rising to True Humanity

Our primary concern, regardless of time or place, is to have people rise to the level of true humanity. Only those individuals who are moved by a sense of goodness and are in pursuit of perfection can... read more..

Issue 154 (Jul - Aug 2023)
The Fountain
5251

Science Square (Issue 154)

Air pollution may underlie the global decline in insect numbers Wang et al. Short-term particulate matter contamination severely compromises insect antennal olfactory perception. Nature Communication... read more..

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