NanoWisdoms is pleased to announce its “Suggested Reading” series which, twice a month, will make a reading recommendation from our Archive of Imamat speeches, interviews and writings. This week’s choice is Mawlana Hazar Imam’s 2003 address to the Institute of Ismaili Studies on the occasion of its 25th Anniversary Graduation Ceremony. In this candid speech, Hazar Imam draws attention to:

  1. issues Muslims must consider when reconciling modernity and tradition,
  2. his generational vision and aspirations for the Aga Khan Academies, and
  3. efforts by the Aga Khan Development Network to address Western ignorance about Islam.

Click to read this NanoWisdoms “Suggested Reading” choice:
Institute of Ismaili Studies 25th Anniversary Graduation Ceremony (London, United Kingdom)

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