The most important question we can ask ourselves about life is, “What do I really believe to be true?”
There’s one thing that’s ultimately true for any belief: it’s not a mental exercise. It’s an action.
You don’t simply believe truth. You live it.
That concept came naturally to Abdu Murray. He grew up Muslim in Detroit, Michigan. In that culture, even Muslims who don’t read the Quran, pray five times a day, or immerse themselves in the traditions of Islam consider their faith part of their identity.