Daniel Amin

  • rsvped for In Concert 2018-10-31 14:16:38 -0700

    In Concert

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    Formed in 1999, The Yuval Ron Ensemble endeavors to alleviate national, racial, religious and cultural divides by uniting the music and dance of the people of the Middle East into a unique mystical, spiritual and inspiring musical celebration. The ensemble includes Jewish, Christian and Muslim artists who have been actively involved in creating musical bridges between people of various faiths and ethnic groups worldwide. Led by Award winning composer Yuval Ron (music for Oscar winning film “West Bank Story”) the Ensemble has enjoyed overwhelming community support, was chosen to be featured in PBS “Holiday Celebration” TV specials and was honored with the Los Angeles Treasures Award and the Lincoln/Standing Bear Gold Medal from the City of Lincoln, NE in appreciation of its efforts for peace and justice worldwide.
    The Yuval Ron Ensemble Cd’s “Under The Olive Tree,” “Tree of Life,” “Seeker of Truth” and “Unity of the Heart,” have become international favorites with world music lovers and has been featured on National Public Radio’s “Echoes” and “Hearts of Space” programs. The Yuval Ron Ensemble was in residencies at numerous schools such as Yale University, John Hopkins University, University of Chicago, UCLA, Seattle University and Middlebury College has performed numerous benefit concerts to support organizations that promote peace and help the disadvantaged.

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    WHEN
    February 23, 2019 at 7:30pm
    WHERE
    Zawiya Perspective
    1800 E Garry Ave
    Suite 101
    Santa Ana, CA 92705
    United States
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    $10.00 USD · 33 rsvps rsvp

  • rsvped for Story Telling on Facebook 2017-01-20 21:15:31 -0800

    Story Telling

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    “Truly, in some poetry, there is wisdom.” - the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him (Bukhari, Muslim, Abu Dawud).  Zawiya Perspective is excited to present Qalam: a Sacred Poetry Workshop with Baraka Blue.

    From great Sahaba such as Abdullah ibn Rawaha and Hassan ibn Thabit (May God be well pleased with them), to the Troubadours of Muslim Spain, poetry has always been an integral part of Muslim culture. Islam has a rich history of great poems such as the Diwans of Imam Shafi’i, the famous Budrah of Imam Busiri, and great works like the Masnavi of Rumi. Muslims have used prose to express and encourage love for God and his Messenger.

    This workshop is for anyone who would like to develop their practice of creative expression. Whether you are an aspiring poet or artist; an established writer already; an individual who would like to connect with other like-minded artistic people; or someone who would simply like to develop their creativity, receptivity to inspiration, and capacities for meditation and reflection, then, this workshop is for you.

    Baraka Blue is a highly acclaimed rapper and poet hailing from Seattle and based in Oakland, California. He has performed all over North America as well as the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe. He is highly decorated within the global artist community for his original synthesis of spoken word poetry with the tradition of mystical poets such as Rumi and Hafiz. His most recent book of poetry is entitled ‘Empty & The Ocean’. In addition to performances, he has taught classes and led creative writing workshops internationally. His sophomore album, ‘Majnun’s Lost Memoirs’ can be heard in cafes and concert halls all around the globe.

    WHEN
    February 10, 2019 at 7:30pm
    WHERE
    Zawiya Perspective
    1800 E Garry Ave
    101
    Santa Ana, CA 92705
    United States
    Google map and directions
    $15.00 USD · 47 rsvps rsvp

  • The importance of Tasawwuf in the world today?

    As the anniversary of the September 11th attacks approach I thought it would be fitting to write about my understandings of Islamic Spirtuality  and Islam.  The countless examples of violence from Islamic extremism in the past decade, it has forced both Muslims and non-Muslims to deeply question what Islam is and what it teaches.   I think that this has actually created a positive benefit for those willing to deeply study the subject from people who truly understand the religion.  But more importantly it requires going beyond one's preconceived notions about Islam in order to find the truth.   I have decided to share this essay with my family and friends and in attempt to convey my understanding of Islam and Tassuwuf. 

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