• The Search for Inner Peace

  • By: Bilal Philips
  • Narrated by: Wes Malik
  • Length: 27 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The struggle to attain inner peace has been with humankind since the earliest times, but what does it mean, and is it even attainable? Are people being deprived of inner peace because of obstacles in the path, both real or perceived? How does a materialistic outlook affect one's search for inner peace? Most importantly, what is the only guaranteed way to achieve true and lasting inner peace?

In this audiobook, Jamaican-born scholar Dr. Bilal Philips examines the topic in detail and provides concrete and satisfying answers.

©2007 Bilal Philips (P)2019 Islamic Audiobooks Central

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What inner peace means and how to achieve it

Despite its brevity, this is the best book I've read so far on the topic of inner peace. However, I think some parts may require further reading in order to fully appreciate the point being made by the author like the story of Moses and Khidr.