Beyond writing books and giving presentations, Azim loves to stay committed to his work as a writer. Every month he publishes a newsletter in which he follows his “Musings” and answers a Question of the Month. The topics range from his expertise in peacebuilding and forgiveness to seasonal topics such as New Year’s mission statements to the rebirth of spring, leadership near elections, gratitude in the fall and more. Here you can find the archive of his newsletters for your reading enjoyment.
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Dear Friend, Happy New Year! Not only did we cross into 2020, leaving 2019 in the past, but this is the brink of a new decade; an opportunity for you to reinvent yourself and create a mission statement to propel you into your best future. Ordinary resolutions tend to last only weeks or merely months,…Read More
QUESTION OF THE MONTH How Do You Give Thanks to Your Mom If She Has Passed? You never lose anyone that has passed. They are not gone forever they are at home. We will be together with them again when it is our time to go home. But while we are here we can miss…Read More
I see gratitude not as a singular concept of thanks on Thanksgiving Day, or when someone is kind to you, or when you receive a gift, a hand or good advice. Rather, I see gratitude as a habit — A habit worth cultivating. I learned from his Holiness the Dalai Lama that all emotions have…Read More
QUESTION OF THE MONTH What is the Nantucket Project? I was privileged and honored to be the opening keynote at the amazing 9th annual event called The Nantucket Project (TNP) founded by Tom Bresette and Kate Brosnan. An inspiring 4 days where 30+ of some of the most brilliant minds and thought leaders spoke of their wisdom to…Read More
As we enter fall and the following holiday season, it is an important inquiry to explore how we can live in this state of Oneness. We have been conditioned since the time of Adam and Eve to live in a world of duality: night and day, up and down, yang and yin, right and wrong, male and…Read More
TKF results of the Safe School Program is comprised of the following components: ○ Assemblies: ■ 85% learned a lesson on being kind to others * ■ 73% learned how to resolve anger and conflict without fighting or violence. * ○ Facilitated Curriculum: ■ 94% learned how to take actions to prevent or resolve problems…Read More
There is a lot of excitement around this time of the year as students prepare to return back to school, moving forward to the next grade. I am excited each year to speak to students on the principles of nonviolence and to inspire them to become engaged leaders that are committed to peacemaking and peacebuilding in…Read More
It is one thing to read about leadership qualities, techniques and innovative ideas in the realm of leadership. We are in the process of challenging what we think we know about leaders in the world, what is working and what needs to change. As much as we can theorize, share, debate, reflect, and even vote…Read More
There are many books on leadership and the gurudom of leadership is full of pundits, and yet, we find ourselves in probably the most divided and polarized nation here in the United States and in many places in the world. As we go to into the election year in 2020, what kind of a leader…Read More
Step One: Highlighting the impact of crime on victims and the continuing ripple effect of the crime. The murder of my son Tariq did not end there, 7 years after his death Jennifer, his fiancé, committed suicide which ended her parent’s marriage. Still 24 years later the pain of that fatal night continues to surface during…Read More