Bits of Heaven

Bits of Heaven How do you value truth Akeed It s part of virtues which I value than everything else Including your own life I sat mute We are now running against the clock We ve got to move fast got to get everyth

  • Title: Bits of Heaven
  • Author: Aishah Madadiy
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  • Page: 140
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  • Bits of Heaven

    How do you value truth, Akeed It s part of virtues which I value than everything else Including your own life I sat mute We are now running against the clock We ve got to move fast, got to get everything cleared out I was confused Don t be easily distracted The truth is not simply visible to the naked eyes, not any When people believe so much in media How do you value truth, Akeed It s part of virtues which I value than everything else Including your own life I sat mute We are now running against the clock We ve got to move fast, got to get everything cleared out I was confused Don t be easily distracted The truth is not simply visible to the naked eyes, not any When people believe so much in media reports, history itself may conceal the truth Only the chosen ones can see Akeed Yahya is a PhD student at the Ohio University, United States of America His objective in life is to discover the authentic essence of virtues through his involvement in watchdog journalism Having faced great ordeals during this journey, like being shot in the city of Fallujah in the Iraqi al Anbar province, there are two traits he cannot simply brush aside tender solicitude and persistent inquisitive nature These traits have driven him to travel to the Middle East to contend with some hard truths about Egypt s conflict and the aftermath of the Iraq War.Akeed s dauntless journey explores every aspect of journalism, philosophy and religion The book is an interesting read for those who yearn for something with a different twist.

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    1. Rodhiah Rahman

      I have to start this review with a cliche: 'i couldn't put it down once i began'. Seriously, i couldn't. I went to dinner with the book, so you know. At first, i was not really impressed with the protagonist/narrator. For the first few pages, i found Akeed Yahya too skeptical, and cold. And a lil' bit mr goody-goody, too good to be believable. He hardly described any emotion at all. But as i went along, digging deeper into his story, one by one his emotional turbulences unfolded. And i found mys [...]

    2. Diyar Harraz

      One word to describe this book; Eye-opening.Even though it is quite a thin book, it is crammed with so many important lessons (about life, integrity, friendship and the world's content as a whole; of the ignorance some tends to measure and how truth sometimes is bitter).I find it a rarity that a Malay author would write and focusses on this kind of subject. As a result, I think this novel is a work of absolute intrepidity. We would notice this specifically by how the author had chucked in an exc [...]

    3. Balqis Azhar

      Unputdownable. Despite busy week I had last week, it was definitely an unwind time to self reading this novel. I was anticipating the next stage of Akeed Yahya at Maryland after reading thoroughly until the last page. It is no doubt that the author tried her best to educate the reader as I realized that there are many philosophical concepts intended to be put in the context of Akeed's life. Moral relativism, cultural relativism, absolute truth, pragmatic truth, the subjectivity vs objectivity of [...]

    4. 'izzati Idris

      I bought this book without knowing anything about it beforehand, came across it while wandering aimlessly in a bookstore looking for a new read.The title caught my attention so I decided to give it a try.And it turned out to be a wonderful read.Eventhough it took me a while to finish it, as I was torn between not wanting to put it down and didn't want to end it.I only read a little each day lol.The interesting characters were well defined through dialogue and deeds.Inspiring!Thankyou Aishah, I l [...]

    5. Izziewizzy

      Its an insightful reading, a book that I would recommend to my friend. Five stars, indeed ;)P/S: And I'd love to read the articles that Akeed wrote for Two Penn'orth.

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