From Self-Sufficiency to Selflessness – T. Chowdhury

From Self-Sufficiency to Selflessness – T. Chowdhury

An exploration of how to become a self-sufficient community in order to become a society which is benevolent whilst remaining robust.

A lecture by Sheikh Tawfique Chowdhury at the Annual Australian Islamic Conference in Melbourne – AAIC 2011.

Tawfique Chowdhury is the founder and director general of AlKauthar Institute and Mercy Mission. AlKauthar Institute, one of the largest of its kind, now enriches lives through knowledge on 5 continents with thousands of students around the globe. Mercy Mission aims to change the world into one where every Muslim can live faithful to their religion and a world in which humanity can appreciate the beauty of Islam. Mercy Mission now operates on two continents, now opening up in 2 more in 2009. Sheikh Tawfique excelled in his Islamic studies both classically from the scholars of Medinah as well as graduating from the college of Shariah from the Islamic University of Medinah. He is also an experienced business professional holding a CEO position with a multinational IT company as well as soon to be medical doctor. He is also a corporate trainer, business coach and mentor. Being a prolific speaker, Sheikh Tawfique has travelled internationally sharing his knowledge in many countries in Europe, North America, Middle East, Asia and Australia. He is well known for specializing in fiqh topics, particularly in Islamic finance, Personal law and medical Islamic ethics and his opinions in these matters are eagerly sought. He is also a well known media contributor on various TV Channels such as AlMajd, Peace TV, Islam Channel and ABC Asia Pacific.

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Beautiful Tiny House on Wheels

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The Sakura Tiny House on Wheels From Minimaliste

The Sakura Tiny House on Wheels From Minimaliste

The Sakura Tiny House on Wheels From Minimaliste (380 Sq Ft)

New from Canadian tiny house builder, Minimaliste, is this luxe custom-build named The Sakura.

The home is built on a gooseneck trailer and measures 10.5′ x 32′. Its exterior features an eye-catching cedar with semi-transparent dye, and heron blue metal.

The interior of the home features a number of creative innovations to make the most the home’s 380 sq ft space. One of the most unique, and most likely a first for any tiny house, is hydronic heated floors! Also included in the home is a modular sofa and butterfly table to allow the home’s owners to refurbish the space into whatever they need.

To help the home’s owners ease into tiny house living, Minimaliste incorporated as much storage as possible. They also created unique stairs that fold in to free up some floor space when they aren’t in use. The loft bedroom also has a bed that can be lifted up to storage items underneath it!

Be sure to check out a video tour of the Sakura below. Contact Minimaliste here for more info and pricing. https://minimalistehouses.com/contact/

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