Raheel Farooq

Pakistani writer

Raheel Farooq (born 8 April 1986) is a Pakistani writer and teacher.

Quotes edit

Kalam (2018)[1] edit

  • Gratitude is more of a compliment to yourself than someone else.
  • The problem with the world is that everyone does not have a brain, but everyone does have a tongue.
  • Hundreds of wise men cannot make the world a heaven, but one idiot is enough to turn it into a hell.

Why I Am a Muslim: And a Christian and a Jew (2020)[2] edit

  • Since human knowledge is not perfect, a more knowledgeable person is not always right.
  • It is not truth that is validated by a proof, but one’s understanding of it.
  • A line of reasoning does not lead but follows us to truth.

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References edit

  1. Farooq, Raheel (2018). Kalam. ISBN 1980899169. 
  2. Farooq, Raheel (2020). Why I Am a Muslim: And a Christian and a Jew. ISBN 1688979158.