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Transcending on the Wings of Gabriel: Collected Metaphysical Aphorisms of Gabriel Iqbal

by Gabriel Iqbal

INTERNATIONAL ACCLAIM FOR THE AUTHOR:

“Passionate and motivating” – Sheridan College, Canada

“A different way of seeing ourselves on the planet” – Dr. David Suzuki, Science broadcaster and environmental activist, Canada

“This is a timely message” – Peel Multicultural Council, Canada

“Well expressed” – Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College, UK

“Dynamic” – BTL Worldwide, Dubai

“Very different” – Tyco International, USA

“Fresh lateral thinking” – Kempinski Resorts, Switzerland

“Amazing” – George Brown College, Canada

AWARDS:

– Making a Difference Award 2011-Peel Multicultural Council, Canada

– Outstanding Guest Speaker Award 2010-International Leadership Congress

– International e-learning Award 2011

PREVIEW:

Rumi’s spellbound influence can be seen all over Gabriel’s works and at times its hard to decipher Gabriel from Rumi as the expressions get intertwined in ecstatic rhapsody.

The resonating effect of the metaphysics of this book transcends into a cosmic perspective – you literally feel like being on a flight across time and space into the heart of the universe. Multiple dimensions open up as you find yourself traveling on the wings of Gabriel.

Transcending on the Wings of Gabriel has connotations in multiple symbolisms. One is from the authors own name; second is of the Archangel Gabriel and the common message of love, compassion and humanity conveyed via the Archangel to all the prophets, seers and sages; the third is of the poetic treatise, Gabriel’s Wing, of Sir Muhammed Iqbal.

The metaphysical aphorisms of Gabriel Iqbal are like maxims, adages or koans expressed intuitively by the author to attract fresh imagination capacities that are directed towards seeking simple yet in-comprehensive possibilities and proactive solutions. It is a breakthrough in human emancipation and spirit with a creative outlook of empirical science together with unbounded spiritual possibilities and collective well-being for life.

In a sea of change that human beings are facing on a regular basis, the barriers between fact and fiction keep on growing, such times necessitate an emancipated metaphysical view of existence that can bridge the gaps and lead us towards fresh inspiration. This collected compilation of Gabriel’s metaphysical aphorisms from his various works is a testimony to his efforts in charting out fresh perspectives for achieving collective equanimity and balance.

AUTHOR’S WEBSITE:

http://www.gabrieliqbal.com



California Poems

by Carolyn Welch

Carolyn Welch, a native Californian, has written over a decade of poems that observe her local surf, mountains, desert, and people. A technical writer, Carolyn dabbles on the side with creativity that needs an outlet, inspired by her observations of nature. Carolyn’s poems are unique, musical, and refreshing, from her anatomizing the city of Los Angeles to revitalizing the San Francisco Renaissance and 1950s poets. Often her prose visits extinction and ecological destruction; her poems celebrate natural worlds and rue climate change.



memento mori: desert phoenix poems

by charles ernest watson

Musing on final things, places, friends and lovers out phoenix desert land.



Spiritual & Inspirational Poems: Spiritual & Inspirational Poems Of The Greatest Muslim Thinker of All Time.

by Muhammad Asim

DR. Allama Iqbal was born on 9th of the November 1877 in Sialkot modern days Pakistan. He got his early education in Sialkot and went to Germany for higher education; he got his PhD degree from Germany, where he got the company of his great teachers SIR THOMAS ARNOLD and FRIEDRICH HOMMEL.

DR. ALLAMA MUHAMMAD IQBAL was a great philosopher, a PH.D scholar, an intelligent lawyer and a respected politician of the sub-continent. He is considered to be one of the greatest Muslim thinkers of all time following the great JALAL UDDIN RUMI and ALI IBN ABU-TALIB.

His poetry and writing gave new dimension and cause to the Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs of the sub-continent which eventually led to the independence of Pakistan and India from the British rule back in 1947.

He writes most of his poems for the Muslims of the world and forces the Muslims rulers and leaders to unite for peace and prosperity of the Islamic world.

His poetry and thinking impressed the people of sub-continent so much that they unanimously gave him the title of THE POET OF THE EAST.

Allama Iqbal is the national poet of Pakistan. The Iranian also claims that he is a Persian and hence they also considering him their national poet officially. Allama iqbal is also the national poet of the Afghanistan and Bangladesh. The national anthem of India is also written by Allama iqbal.

Iqbal died on 21st April 1938 in Lahore, Pakistan

â??’ the departed melody may return or not!

The zephyr from Hejaz may blow again or not!

The days of this fakir has come to an end,

Another seer may come or not!”

These were the last lines of Allama iqbal in the hands of his servant on the early morning of 21st April.



Iqbal’s Poetry: Complaint to God & Answer to the Complaint, motivational poetry,poetry,poems,inspirational poems,inspirational poetry,motivational poems,poems books,poetry books, quotes books.

by Muhammad Asim

DR. Allama Iqbal was born on 9th of the November 1877 in Sialkot modern days Pakistan. He got his early education in Sialkot and went to Germany for higher education; he got his PhD degree from Germany, where he got the company of his great teachers SIR THOMAS ARNOLD and FRIEDRICH HOMMEL.

DR. ALLAMA MUHAMMAD IQBAL was a great philosopher, a PH.D scholar, an intelligent lawyer and a respected politician of the sub-continent. He is considered to be one of the greatest Muslim thinkers of all time following the great JALAL UDDIN RUMI and ALI IBN ABU-TALIB.

His poetry and writing gave new dimension and cause to the Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs of the sub-continent which eventually led to the independence of Pakistan and India from the British rule back in 1947.

He writes most of his poems for the Muslims of the world and forces the Muslims rulers and leaders to unite for peace and prosperity of the Islamic world.

His poetry and thinking impressed the people of sub-continent so much that they unanimously gave him the title of THE POET OF THE EAST.

Allama Iqbal is the national poet of Pakistan. The Iranian also claims that he is a Persian and hence they also considering him their national poet officially. Allama iqbal is also the national poet of the Afghanistan and Bangladesh. The national anthem of India is also written by Allama iqbal.

Iqbal died on 21st April 1938 in Lahore, Pakistan

â??’ the departed melody may return or not!

The zephyr from Hejaz may blow again or not!

The days of this fakir has come to an end,

Another seer may come or not!”

These were the last lines of Allama iqbal in the hands of his servant on the early morning of 21st April.

All of the iqbal poetry is famous among the people of the sub-continent but â??’complaint to god” and â??’the answer to the complaint” are two of his greatest poems, scholars even believing that iqbal were at his best during that time.

Complaint to god:

In complaint to god which is famously known as â??’SHIKWA” was released by iqbal in 1911. He was heavily criticized by the local mullah’s, some of them even termed his as non-Muslim or kefir for his poem because in this poem he used very harsh words and lines for God, these lines are so tough that one cannot control his tears while reading these lines.

Answer to the complaint:

In this poem iqbal answered to all the questions he raised on god in his Complaint, He answered them one by one while advocating god. After this master-class poem the mullah’s take back their allegations and fatwa’s on iqbal and apologized for not understanding his points completely.

The complaint was released by iqbal after two years of complaint in 1913.



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