Our aims are:
❖ Engage and involve well known and emerging scholars, academics, researchers, Sufi practitioners, artistes, teachers, students, creative practitioners and whosoever intends to get immersed in the quest for higher meaning.
❖ Involve our contributors and our readers in constructing an active awareness of the modern, secular and spiritual understanding of faith.
❖ Highlight the beautiful, the peaceful, the calming, the creative and the intensely soul satisfying spirituality inherent in the founding philosophy of Islam, and in other faiths.
❖ Counter the global, dominant and blatant rhetoric of a politicized version of Islam. We also aim to bring to fore the necessary dynamics between Sufism and Islam as interchangeable and not opposing terms.