A Step Forward

We begin in the name of our Lord, Allah, to Whom all praise is due alone. May the best benedictions and peace be upon His chosen one, Muhammad, the best of creation. To proceed:

Today December 24th, 2016. Today, I have decided to give “blogging” another go. Today, I am a bit more aware of what makes a blog work and what does not. Today, I am hopeful that this is the new beginning of a successful endeavor. 

From today on, this blog will have at least two new posts each week. One which will continue with its original purpose and intent, which was the sharing of an Islamic message through classic American voices and one which will be aimed at sharing portions of my own writings on various subjects. 

As for the posts utilizing classic American voices, these will not be like those posted in the past. The aim will be extreme simplification of both quotes and ideas. In this way, the blog is geared more at both readability and applicability.
As for the posts in which my own works are shared, I have been playing with sharing sections from works which are underway – posting it here before having it published. 

There are other options as well, but these are the two I am focusing on most. It is my hope that, as I move forward and show more diligence and reliability in my posting, that this site can become more interactive. 

I also hope to share lengthier writings and even books in the form of downloadable PDF’s as I move forward…but perhaps one step at a time. And this is the first step on this continuing journey, the first step after a pause. This is meant as a new launch and a firm step forward.

Ultimately, with our Lord is every success.


About hvsmrspct

Brother Wm. Halim Breiannis was born and raised in Baltimore, Md.. He accepted Islam in 1996 and has continued studying Islam since that time. Brother Halim has studied with various scholars being a direct student of Sheikh Khalil Majdalawi for ten years and has been a student with the Cordoba Academy since 2011. He is called upon to lecture, teach and act as the khateeb at masajid and universities in the Baltimore area where he continues to reside with his wife and children.
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