Breakthrough

The Topic

"Judge yourselves before you are judged, evaluate yourselves before you are evaluated, and be ready for the greatest investigation (on the Day of Judgement)." — Umar ibn al-Khattab (ra).

New Year’s resolutions are a worldwide practice for people to critically evaluate themselves, pinpoint something specific that they would like to change, and then try their level best to implement that change.

While it all sounds so easy and awesome, every year, there is probably only a handful of people who, a few months down the line, are still actively trying to stick to their resolution. Why? Our approach to what our resolutions should be is rooted in far-fetched and broad ideas which are impossible to work towards.

Changing your habits is really about a deeper journey. It’s about wanting to be the best possible you that you can be, realizing your full potential.

The Speaker

Shaykh Kamal El Mekki has been dubbed the Black Belt of Da‘wah. With decades of experience in the da‘wah scene, Shaykh Kamal combines his ground-breaking teaching style with his own dash of humor, certain to leave students feel at ease and entertained, but above all, skilled and empowered.

Shaykh Kamal is known best for his workshop "How to Give Shahadah in 10 Minutes", a six-hour workshop designed to empower MSAs and da‘wah organizations in the art of da‘wah. His lectures and online videos, targeting contemporary challenges, have also gained popular fame and positive impact among Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Educated at the hands of numerous prominent Islamic scholars from across the world, Shaykh Kamal also has dynamic experience in the secular world.

The Venue

PAUM Clubhouse
Jalan Susur Damansara (Jalan Damansara Lama)
Off Jalan Gegambir
50480 Kuala Lumpur

 

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The Schedule

Sunday, 21 January 2018

Time Program
9:00 AM – 9:50 AM Registration
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Session starts
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Lunch & Zuhr break
2:30 PM – 5:00 PM Session resumes
5:00 PM Session ends

WE ARE FULL HOUSE!

Registration is now closed. Walk-in is not accepted.