Since he was a kid, Shea Bilé says he has lived in a mystic world. Growing up in a haunted house, being exposed to disembodied voices, incidents of dreams, flickering lights, visits from his late great grandfather that brought the spontaneous smell of fresh cut
SF State's Muslim Students Association held Islam Awareness Week March 28 to April 1.
Their week-long activities included guest speakers talking about Islamophobia, a question and answer discussion about Islam, and their Jumma prayer on Fridays that was open to all students and guests.
“Unfortunately, a lot
I’ve always had a strong, “you-do-you” policy when it comes to religion. You do you, and you believe in what you want, as long as you aren’t harming anyone.
Growing up, I remember sitting in my Sunday school class and thinking, “Hey guys, this isn’t for
Defining your own beliefs and developing a philosophy on life outside those taught by your parents is one of the greatest things one can accomplish in growing older. Many of us are tethered to the religions, expectations and dreams of our parents, and some never