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It gave the reader insight I cannot really put a label on my feelings after completing the book. He gave you sleep so that you may rest And the morning sky to be a resurrection. And Lo, I swear by the afterglow of sunset, And by the night and all it enshrouds.

Mahoma: Una Historia del Ultimo Profeta

As a Muslim, I have read a number of books on the life of Muhammad, but this book stands out as a category of its own. Aug 05, Rubayya rated it did not like it. Each chhopra is self-contained. Hardcoverpages. My secret is that God is not someone you can seek.

Chopra’s author’s note, afterward, timeline, and family tree helped clarify the complex history of the times and placed his life in a clearly defined context. A Story of Enlightenment ” which is book two in Deepak’s Enlightenment series. Do you not see how he has lengthened the shadows?

Proreta appreciated the author’s writing style as it seemed respectful of Islam, though there could have been more of a distinction between how Islam should be practiced and how it it is perceived. The book focused more on the man than his teachings, porfeta I found to be less than satisfying. The first third was interesting, about Muhammad growing up an orphan and snippets of his life and personality viewed through third parties.

It either deserved five or one. I had hoped to gain more insight into the teachings of Islam, although Chopra does describe the five pillars and six core beliefs of Islam, along with some of his other teachings.


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Novelist OK as historical fiction, not so good as fiction. Obviously, I didn’t get the chance to study every religion; however, many of my readings and academic studies revolved around Abrahamic religions.

It’s also clear why Islam became popular in Arab lands: May 07, Dina Salaymeh rated it it was amazing. I learned a great deal about Muhammad’s life and the rise of Islam. This profera an important book to read for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

I liked learning about the historical presence of the Kaaba and the Zamzam well in Mecca. To ask other readers questions about Muhammadplease sign up. It is not meant to be a historical documentary nor is it an accurate depiction of actual events.

The narrative is in l first person, with each of the characters telling their personal story. I don’t know that it would be a worthy i I’m less than versed in the history of Islam although not so bad as the guy at Barnes and Noble who asked when it was founded and I said around This book did the trick for me on the life of Muhammad.

Muhammad: A Story of the Last Prophet

What made this book special was the spirituality that was woven into the story complete with verse from the Koran and references to Christianity and Judaism. This is a great book to read for people that are merely curious and don’t want an overload of information.

Shouldn’t people who want to be enlightened about God go to the messenger? Muhammad’s wife, Khadijah, laments there have been no warnings that this tumultuous, life-changing event is about to occur; Ali, the first convert, explains how the Prophet approached him.

A much better alternative would be “Muhammad: Sep 19, Solady Batterjee is currently reading it. Does deepak Chopra have a book about Christian prophets? I found Mohammad’s background, his early life interesting. The feelings of the individua This is an important book to read for Muslims and non-Muslims alike. I am not sure if the author was convinced himself – but Mohammad’s mission to spread Islam across the world, all the tribal wars, the justification to do the wars, becoming a strategist in warfare, convincing oneself that the actions done were the direct result of God’s instructions, the slaughter and rape of woman and children He thought I meant BC.


In fact, I would argue that you come away from it knowing less, not more, about Islam.

Each chapter is written from the perspective of a different character, which gives a nice sense of how different factions reacted as well as people closer to him. The book is very well written. Muhammad appoints a judge to decide those Jews’ fates, and then carried out the judge’s decision that all the men should be beheaded, and all their wives and daughters enslaved.

Each chapter is the memory of someone who had close contact to the man–a wife or daughter or friend, even his lifelong enemy. Preview — Muhammad by Deepak Chopra. Reading the story with a different eye gave historla the ability to imagine how fearious it must have been. Highly recommended for those who deo like to know the prophet and his family up close mahona personal. There are many fact I gave this book one star not because the way it was written but about the content.

As Muslims we take somethings for granted.