Have you ever found yourself asking “What’s the purpose of life? Why are we here?”
We know we’re here in this world for a short time. We’ve come naked and are going back naked.
Is it all for nothing? or do we have a destiny to fulfill?
It’s something both me & Arif have often thought and discussed about.
And the more we talk about it, the more we feel that life’s purpose is to be our highest self.
Our highest spiritual self. That is our destiny.
But what does that really mean?
As a Muslim I derive my understanding of the world through the teachings of Islam. And overtime I’ve come to realize that there’s more to religion than just rituals.
That religion is not just about following a set of rules & regulations, but actually meant to reform us from inside so that we become better human beings.
In today’s busy & hectic life, it’s difficult to take out time to read thick books to develop our spirituality. But at the same time we know how important it is.
Sufi Comics aim is to simplifies spiritual wisdom from Islamic traditions. They contain nuggets of wisdom that will help you to:
- Nurture your Soul through short stories
- Find inner peace despite life’s challenges
- Become more happy & content using practical advice
Sufi Comics makes learning of spiritual wisdom easy, fun & practical.
So that you can apply to your life, and share the wisdom with your friends & family.
More About Sufi Comics
Sufi Comics is a web comic by brothers Mohammed Ali Vakil & Mohammed Arif Vakil that began in the year 2009. These comics are short stories taken from Islamic history & tradition to illustrate spiritual values in the teachings of Islam. The first 40 comics have been published in the form of a book “40 Sufi comics“.
The book is currently being translated by volunteers in several languages. If you’re interested to help translate the book, please visit the page Help Translate.
Mohammed Ali Vakil & Mohammed Arif Vakil are brothers who grew up in Dubai where they attended a local Community Madrasah. Influenced by the spiritual and moral stories of the Prophet Muhammad (s) and his Holy Progeny (the Ahlul Bayt), taught at the Madrasah, Mohammed Ali began learning the art of drawing comics and used it to express these stories. Arif & Ali would publish these comics on their Blog http://www.vakil.org . Ali loves web designing, development & creating digital art, while Arif’s personal hobbies include public speaking & sketch-noting. Both of have a keen interest in Spirituality & Personal Productivity. They currently reside in Bangalore, India and work together in their family real estate business, Vakil Housing.