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From a young age onwards, my mother stimulated my interest in religion, however she did not want to take me to any place of worship. She always insisted that as a grown-up I should find my own path. This resulted in a long journey, tasting the beauty of many religious and spiritual traditions. The deeper I got in touch with the various Prophets and Messengers, the more difficult it became to make a choice. Until one day, in an Amsterdam bookstore, I stumbled upon the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan. What a relief it was that there was no choice to be made, reading about the unity of religious ideals. After being initiated in the Inner School, I was being asked to lead the Sufi Centre in Amsterdam. Nowadays I assist Pir Nawab in the work for the Inner School in the Netherlands.

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