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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December is a time for reflecting on the passing year and meditating on the aspirations of the year to come. I love this time of the year as the world is decorated with vibrantly colorful lights and ornaments, joyous parties, and spirited gatherings with family and friends. The music is upbeat, positive, and cheerful, and the…Read More
What is a Soulular Discovery Masterclass? After teaching workshops for over two decades, it has become clear to me that the work we do together is “Soulular” — changing the cell level of the soul. Spiritual resiliency is hard to explain, as are the benefits of forgiveness. So, instead of mislabeling the masterclass as a “forgiveness…Read More
There is a popular saying “hurt people hurt people,” which speaks to the cycle of abuse present in our society. But what I have come to believe is the same is true for the healing community. Those of us who do the work of forgiveness, have the opportunity to break the cycle and create a…Read More
Recently, I presented two restorative workshops to the inmates at the Federal Prison for Men in Terre Haute, Indiana. I opened with the impact of crime on victims, the domino effect of crime, and how the pain never dissipates. These workshops addressed pain, healthy grieving, accountability, changing behavior, redemption, the forgiveness of others–and more importantly–the…Read More
How Do You Turbo-Charge Your Sense of Purpose? As you build your resolutions and life’s mission be sure to also include time to focus on service. Serving others to create a better world for our children and future generations is one of the most rewarding actions and goals we can undertake for it benefits everyone…Read More
Do you want to know my secret to spiritual resilience? It starts with the belief that you are born and equipped with strong intuitive capabilities and that the cell level of your soul is unbelievably resilient. What I discovered on my journey through life is that you get challenges that your intellect will not be…Read More
What Does it Mean to Be a Good Father vs. Being a Good Dad? If I look at my own challenges around being a father of my children, Tasreen & Tariq, I believe I may have fallen into the same trap as my own childhood. While I was always a father and took care of…Read More
As we approach Father’s Day, I want to write about the importance of forgiving your fathers and family relationships. If this is not a challenge for you, count your blessings and say a prayer of gratitude as that is truly a blessing! At the onset, let me wish all fathers globally a very happy, joyous,…Read More
How Do I Build My Spiritual Resiliency? I am looking forward to meeting you in the upcoming course next month that teaches exactly this, through my 6-step process of forgiveness. I can promise a transformative breakthrough, as most participants have experienced in this course over the last couple of decades. I invite you to read their testimonials and to watch more…Read More
I often get asked this important question: “WHY should I forgive?” Just the thought of forgiving someone who has caused major hurt, pain, and disruptions will most likely usurp feelings of anger often accompanied by a faster heartbeat and someone’s blood pressure going through the roof. The natural response is, “he or she is not worthy…Read More