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Each chapter is the memory of someone who had close contact to the man–a wife or daughter or friend, even his lifelong enemy. You cannot taste the sweetness without a sting.
Allah and Muhammad are particularly hard on a group of Jews who seemed to have betrayed Muhammad by making a deal with Islam’s foes, and then to try to come back into Islam’s fold. There oa no discussion topics on this book yet. Highly recommended for those who would like to know the prophet and his family up close and personal.
Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet
The novel emphasizes that of all the founders of the great world religions, Muhammad is the most like us. Muhammad, a merchant who marries a rich widow and routinely travels in caravans as part of his trade, lives a regular life until the day the archangel Gabriel appears and orders the reluctant year-old Muhammad to recite.
Sep 28, Shaik rated it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. As a global leader and pioneer in the field of mind-body medicine, Chopra transforms the way the world views physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social wellness. I enjoyed the poetry of each sura as much as the message. A Story of Revelation” after the Enlightenment series. I also plan on further reading about Islam in an effort to better understand the diversity sel it. Preview — Muhammad by Deepak Chopra.
This style brought an immediacy and vibrancy to the life of the Prophet, not to be found elsewhere. By writing each chapter from a different character’s perspective, including Muhammad’s enemies, Chopra offers fascinating perspective and varies what might otherwise chopa a monotonal story. This is a quick read, and it was interesting to imagine how people would have reacted to Muhammad in the early days of his revelation, as well as how challenging the situation was for him.
Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet by Deepak Chopra
I know about the life of Christ and Buddha, but next to nothing about Muhammad. This is for sure out of the ordenrly. This book is well written. I assume that the major events depicted were actual events that manoma believed to have happened in the life of Muhammad.
Chopra does an amazing job of weaving a tale of the up and downs of the life of Muhammad, and expressing the positives and negatives of this influential historical character. Vhopra wonder were the sources he used to write his book! It gave the reader insight I cannot really put a label on my feelings after completing the book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The author would have had to have done thorough research before attempting a work of such creativity, while at the same time not contradicting known historical data.
I read Chopra’s novel on Jesus and plan on reading the one on Buddha. Dec 25, Khaleel Datay rated it liked chopr. Still so much hostility and affinity for intrigue and hiwtoria. I find this one a bit difficult to rate. I read this with my book club. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Deepak Chopra—easily one of the most influential spiritual leaders in the world today—delivers this stunning, sincere, and highly accessible portrait of the Prophet of Progeta. Oct 24, PJ Swanwick rated it really liked it Shelves: A Story of Enlightenment ” which hisforia book two in Deepak’s Enlightenment series. Why is there the need for force to convert people to a faith? It was very readable; each chapter using a different voice from Muhammad’s life.
I’m not the perfect reader to like it enough to give five stars. Jul 23, Karol rated mahomz it was ok. A must read for any one who has questions on Islam and their Prophet.
But taken in its sum, these different vantage depicts very well the social, political and even economic climate in Mecca years ago when tribal loyalties rule, oppression against the weak were rampant and belief in the idols dictated every single aspect of life.
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Aug 08, Sharon rated it really liked it. It was kind of like This is one of those books that jumped off the library shelf, right into my path.
I wouldn’t recommend this book to someone who wants to learn about Muhammad; nonetheless, it is a good book if you have a background on Islam and looking for good fiction story about Islam that provides a different perspective. As Islam was able to build and conquer, those who succumbed to the religion became part of an inner group, a higher caste based on spirit rather than wealth, but which could lead to material comfort. I found Mohammad’s background, his early life interesting.
One of the most fascinating aspects of the story was the realization that Muhammad was a man like any other, not a son of God such as Jesus nor a transcendent human such as Buddha.
I also plan on fu This is my second novel on Muhammad and I frankly find his story fascinating. The decision to launch the book deeepak such ltio time could have been an opportune one by the publisher, harnessing the mass curiosity that people chipra with the most influential man ever in the history of mankind. Mar 24, Heather rated it really liked it.
Not because they didn’t agree with the message, but because they stood to lose tons of revenue from the visitors to Mecca who trekked to the holy city to visit the sacred house built by Prophet Abraham and his son. And Lo, I swear by the afterglow of sunset, And by lhimo night and all it enshrouds.
After that the book went downhill. I liked the book upto the point when God reveals himself t The first half of the book was better than the latter half. And Chopra’s a damn good writer, in case anyone was wondering. I like the approach he took of creating the story out of different accounts from different people around Muhammad. I call myself Queen of the Nile, but the last time I looked there isn’t a crown under my pillow.