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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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Musings: Shift in the Universe

By Azim Khamisa / August 1, 2012 /

A Shift in the Universe … Now  There is a shift that is taking place in our Universe as we approach our next phase as a human race. Whether you accept the view that the end of the Mayan Calendar on December 21, 2012 signifies anything or not, the shift of consciousness is definitely at…

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Musings: Court Ruling

By Azim Khamisa / July 1, 2012 /

A Court Ruling In Everyone’s Favor …  The groundbreaking ruling came forth last month.The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark decision for our movement June 25, 2012, ruling in the companion cases of Jackson v. Hobbs and Miller v. Alabama that mandatory life-without-parole sentences imposed on children violate the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition on cruel and…

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Musings: Father Speaks

By Azim Khamisa / June 1, 2012 /

A Father Speaks of a Legacy Left Behind  On the month where we honor our fathers, it comes to mind that I will not leave a legacy behind in the life of a son, nor will any of my relatives be able to carry on the name of Khamisa. While I have come to terms…

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Musings: Tribute to Mothers

By Azim Khamisa / May 1, 2012 /

A Tribute to All Mothers and Motherhood  May is the time to celebrate mothers. As I look back at my life, I see how important mothers are. I see how important mine is. I grew up in Kenya in a loving family. My father was a busy person, and although he and I did have…

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Musings: TKF Tribute

By Azim Khamisa / April 1, 2012 /

A Tribute to the Tariq Khamisa Foundation  The following is a special story. In the holiday spirit of Easter, as the story of the resurrection is retold, we look upon that which has overcome adversity to rise above to greater heights. From conflict, there can be unity and love. From death, there can be rebirth.…

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Musings: Soulular Leadership

By Azim Khamisa / March 1, 2012 /

Celebrating Life, and “Soulular” Leadership  There is much to celebrate. March 20 marks the first day of Spring, which also is the Muslim New Year. Also, March 6 is Tariq’s birthday. He would be 37. To celebrate, I do not merely consider the words I write about him. Nor is it simply his short life,…

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Musings: Wishes Come True

By Azim Khamisa / February 1, 2012 /

Wishes Comes True with Friends Like You  Today, February 10, is my birthday. And I wish to celebrate it with you. I do believe the day of one’s birth is important. Besides being a day of reflection, celebration and acknowledgment, it’s a day that astrologists and numerologists use to tell a lot about someone. They…

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Musings: Laughter Best Medicine

By Azim Khamisa / January 1, 2012 / Comments Off on Musings: Laughter Best Medicine

If Laughter is Best Medicine, I Need a Refill  Well, well, well. It is the time for New Year resolutions. Do you have any? I typically don’t make many resolutions, seeing as research shows a majority of people typically give up on these resolutions in the first few days. Even so, while I was pondering…

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