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"One's own experiences the ultimate teacher." This significant statement by a great world leader opens Dr. Sohail's sensitively written book. It's the cornerstone of Sohail's belief. It can be heard in all its variations in the many cultures of the world.
The author, born into an insular Muslim society, was taught only the Quran and accepted it dutifully until the day when his questions began in medical school. This first step, on a long journey of learning that continues to this day, brought him tithe acceptance of secular humanism. Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists and the rest of the world's formal religions live side by side with millions who opted out of their religious birthright.
These "brothers and sisters," once adherents to concepts which required they submit themselves and their families to the strictures of only one" rightness", no longer live within that belief. His desire is that men and women of all confessions would read his book with an open mind, loosening the fetters of acceptance to decide for themselves if there is journey beckoning to be taken.
If the world is to fulfill its promise of becoming a place of love and respect for everyone, it is through the introspection flowing through his book that individuals will be helped to practice such understanding and respect.