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The Sufi Call: Making A Better World

December 18, 2016

Aired Sunday, 18 December 2016, 2:00 PM ET

On dec 18th we join with Dr. Stewart Bitkoff discussing the concept of the premise that you make a better world by making better people, one person at a time.

If we wish to create a peaceful change in the world we need to be responsible for our actions and how we project our energies into the world.

The world is a real mess right now; people are searching for answers and a way to ease their fear and help make things better. Better People= Better World. My paper, The Sufi Call, Making a Better World centers on the premise that you make a better world by making better people, one person at a time.

About the Guest Dr. Stewart Bitkoff

Dr. Stewart Bitkoff, spiritual traveler is an advocate of Sufi mysticism and the perennial philosophy. Professionally specializing in the healing applications of therapeutic recreation, psychiatric rehabilitation and mental health treatment; he holds a doctorate in education and served on the faculties of multiple colleges and universities.

Sufism for the Western Seeker, published in 2011, was nominated by ‘Foreword Magazine’ for Adult Non Fiction Religious Book of Year Book of the Year Award, placing 4th (honorable mention) and is a must read. This book chronicles learning in 2 modern western Sufi schools and is available through Amazon or at local bookstore.

A frequent contributor to online venues like: Waking Times, Wisdom Magazine, New Age Journal,,, Mystic Living Today, New Age Spirituality, Waking Times, Philadelphia Spirituality Examiner and spiritual blogs. Follow him on Facebook and his blog.

Other books by Dr. Bitkoff: A Commuter’s Guide to Enlightenment, Llewellyn, 2008; Journey of Light: Trilogy, Authorhouse, 2004; The Ferryman’s Dream, Abandoned Ladder, 2012; Beyond The River’s Gate, Abandoned Ladder, 2014; The Appleseed Journal, Abandoned Ladder, 2015; these books are available through or local bookstore.

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