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Beyond Religious Boundaries; Mohamad Jebara Mindfulness Mode

    • Alternative Health

Mohamad Jebara is a visionary thinker, artist, entrepreneur, and public speaker. From delivering newspapers and recycling discarded items as a child to fund his Islamic education, he has journeyed through diverse fields to become a senior Islamic scholar and a best-selling author of 109 books. Completing his memorization of the Quran by age 12, he developed expertise in Semitic languages, history, Biblical studies, and Islamic jurisprudence. At 13, he founded Cordova Academy to make classical Arabic and Quranic learning accessible to a Western audience. He has served hundreds of communities globally as Chief Imam, taught over 40,000 students through various academic institutes, and been hailed as the “coolest Imam” for his charitable efforts. His work bridges cultural and religious divides, and his biography, “Muhammad the World-Changer,” has received critical acclaim.
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Website: https://www.mohamadjebara.com
What Were You Like As A 5-Year-Old?



I've always been very curious. As a five-year-old, I explored the world, trying to understand rainbows and trees. One funny memory involves me spending more time with my friends' parents than with my friends, learning from their experiences. I would chat with them for hours about the world, science, and weather.
Even though much of what they told me was made up, I discovered later on that my curiosity drove me to understand how things work beneath the surface. This curiosity led me to pursue a career in research and writing as I strive to uncover the deeper roots and underlying causes of various subjects.


























The Message of Mohamad's Teachings












































If there's one lesson, I would say it is the importance of forming a healthy mindset. This is a lifelong struggle because we're always working on keeping our minds balanced. Achieving this involves being open to diverse ideas, sharing, and staying flexible. Prophet Muhammad’s formula for a healthy mindset includes three stages: gathering knowledge from diverse sources, analyzing and dissecting this information, and then creating something impactful.
This process of learning, analyzing, and transforming information into groundbreaking actions is central to a healthy mindset. These principles are reflected in my works, including “Muhammad, the World-Changer” and “The Life of the Qur'an.”
This approach underscores the core teachings and my ongoing efforts to develop and maintain a balanced and impactful mindset.
Words of Advice
Be open to ideas. You will be surprised. Sometimes, we limit ourselves by our judgment, misconceptions of the world, or prejudices.
It's important to keep yourself open to learn from anybody. Anyone can teach you. And I've learned so much from people that you would think don't know anything.
Regular people, people cleaning the street, and children have taught me so much wisdom. You can learn from anyone





















Suggested Resources
Book: Muhammad, the World-Changer: An Intimate Portrait by Mohamad Jebara
Book: The Life of the Qur'an: From Eternal Roots to Enduring Legacy by Mohamad Jebara
Related Episodes
Unlock Spiritual Intelligence; Yosi Amram
Bridging the Gap Between Spirituality and Science; D. Neil Elliott
Learning the Language of Spirit With India Leigh

Mohamad Jebara is a visionary thinker, artist, entrepreneur, and public speaker. From delivering newspapers and recycling discarded items as a child to fund his Islamic education, he has journeyed through diverse fields to become a senior Islamic scholar and a best-selling author of 109 books. Completing his memorization of the Quran by age 12, he developed expertise in Semitic languages, history, Biblical studies, and Islamic jurisprudence. At 13, he founded Cordova Academy to make classical Arabic and Quranic learning accessible to a Western audience. He has served hundreds of communities globally as Chief Imam, taught over 40,000 students through various academic institutes, and been hailed as the “coolest Imam” for his charitable efforts. His work bridges cultural and religious divides, and his biography, “Muhammad the World-Changer,” has received critical acclaim.
Listen & Subscribe on:
iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify
Contact Info
Website: https://www.mohamadjebara.com
What Were You Like As A 5-Year-Old?



I've always been very curious. As a five-year-old, I explored the world, trying to understand rainbows and trees. One funny memory involves me spending more time with my friends' parents than with my friends, learning from their experiences. I would chat with them for hours about the world, science, and weather.
Even though much of what they told me was made up, I discovered later on that my curiosity drove me to understand how things work beneath the surface. This curiosity led me to pursue a career in research and writing as I strive to uncover the deeper roots and underlying causes of various subjects.


























The Message of Mohamad's Teachings












































If there's one lesson, I would say it is the importance of forming a healthy mindset. This is a lifelong struggle because we're always working on keeping our minds balanced. Achieving this involves being open to diverse ideas, sharing, and staying flexible. Prophet Muhammad’s formula for a healthy mindset includes three stages: gathering knowledge from diverse sources, analyzing and dissecting this information, and then creating something impactful.
This process of learning, analyzing, and transforming information into groundbreaking actions is central to a healthy mindset. These principles are reflected in my works, including “Muhammad, the World-Changer” and “The Life of the Qur'an.”
This approach underscores the core teachings and my ongoing efforts to develop and maintain a balanced and impactful mindset.
Words of Advice
Be open to ideas. You will be surprised. Sometimes, we limit ourselves by our judgment, misconceptions of the world, or prejudices.
It's important to keep yourself open to learn from anybody. Anyone can teach you. And I've learned so much from people that you would think don't know anything.
Regular people, people cleaning the street, and children have taught me so much wisdom. You can learn from anyone





















Suggested Resources
Book: Muhammad, the World-Changer: An Intimate Portrait by Mohamad Jebara
Book: The Life of the Qur'an: From Eternal Roots to Enduring Legacy by Mohamad Jebara
Related Episodes
Unlock Spiritual Intelligence; Yosi Amram
Bridging the Gap Between Spirituality and Science; D. Neil Elliott
Learning the Language of Spirit With India Leigh

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