Ta'leef Collective presents a new video series titled "REFLECTIONS." These videos are short vignettes featuring people from the Ta'leef community on topics that range from religion, culture, lifestyle, knowledge, arts, sciences, community, family, etc. The purpose of these videos is to foster dialogue around important (yet often sidelined) issues affecting the global Muslim community. Please feel free to comment and/or share the video with your friends and networks.
"Deen or Dunya" is an intimate dialogue with Ta'leef Collective Co-founder, Mustafa Davis, about studying sacred knowledge and applying it to our daily lives. He explains that there are infinite ways to reach Allah and how a foundation in the Islamic sciences is necessary for all Muslims, not just the scholars. There is often an either or scenario presented to people to choose between learning religious knowledge vs secular knowledge (Deen or Dunya). Mustafa explains that Islam is not monolithic and that whether your a homemaker, scholar, artist, janitor, bus driver, etc... you can learn sacred knowledge and apply it to your life.