10. Muslimah yang Diperdebatkan by Kalis Mardiasih [Book Review]

Buku ini mengangkat tema perempuan muslimah di masa kini, terdiri dari kumpulan essay yang menarik untuk dijadikan bahan diskusi. Mungkin budaya patriarkisme masih kental sehingga perempuan masih dianggap tidak memiliki suara dan harus mengalah diatas kekuasaan laki-laki. Padahal sejatinya terdapat prinsip kesalingan (mubadaadalah) dan keadilan hakiki yang dimiliki baik perempuan maupun laki-laki. "Kita tidak bisa menghakimi amal seorang perempuan lebih banyak atau lebih sedikit dari kerudung yang ia pakai.

9. Sustenance of the Soul: The Cognitive Behavior Therapy of A Ninth Century Physician [Book Review]

In this episode, we reviewed a book, namely "Sustenance of the Soul: The Cognitive Behavior Therapy of A Ninth Century Physician by Abu Zayd al-Balkhi." Such an amazing book due to the fact that it was published in the 9th century. Essentially, we discussed about (i) the symptoms and treatments of mental illness; (ii) the advice on preventive measures that the author shared in this book in order to return our body and soul to their natural healthy state; (iii) understanding the human condition and the medical nature of the human emotional state; (iv) the author insights on human psychopathology as well as diagnoses of psychological ailments including stress, depression, fear and anxiety together with their treatment by cognitive behavior therapy; and (v) most importantly, the incorporation of a greater dimension by including the soul and the worship of God.

8. Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike by Phil Knight [Book Review]

Shoe Dog is an inspirational story of Phil Knight, a founder of Nike, in overcoming challenges to grow a company from scratch by going on a crazy entrepreneurial rollercoaster journey. In this book, Phil Knight is brutally honest about the extreme difficulties they had to overcome. The best part is, Shoe Dog is more like a fantastic story than a boring biography. So you’ll probably be motivated and inspired from this, not just educated.

6. The Road to Mecca by Muhammad Asad [Book Review]

This classic book is part travelogue, part biography, and part exploration of Muhammad Asad (Leopold Weiss) journey towards Islam. He was an Austrian convert from Judaism to Islam in the early 20th century. His life took him across the Muslim world that changed the direction of his life. An amazing narrative with the sensibilities and powers of observation of a poet and the convictions of a convert warrior who had deeply internalized a vision of Islam. Very recommended book!

5. How to Read More Books in 2020 [Tips]

Assalamualaikum, hey Woke people! In this latest episode from Stay Woke Podcast, we discuss how you can read more books and get more from the books your read in 2020.

3. Ensiklopedi Asmaul Husna, by Syaikh Abdur Razaq bin Abdul Muhsin Al - Badr [Book Review]

In the third episode, we will discuss a book titled Ensiklopedi Asmaul Husna. It's a book in Bahasa Indonesia that you can buy anywhere and online. It teaches you about the Beautiful Names of Allah so you can get to know your Creator better, in the words that He has chosen to introduce to you in Quran and Hadiths. Why is this knowledge important? Let's get into the podcast!

2. Tribes of Mentors by Tim Ferriss [Book Review]

In this second episode, we discuss the book Tribes of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World by Tim Ferriss. If you've always admire people at the top of their fields and would love to hear their insight, this is one book you should read! You won't get their whole stories, but you can catch a glimpse of their point of views, attitudes, and mindsets, and use it to your advantage. Happy learning!

1. Way to the Qur'an by Khurram Murad [Book Review]

In this first episode, we will be talking about Way to the Quran, a book that provides a framework and a guideline to interact and study deeper about the Quran. Hopefully it will help you to understand better and obey Quran wholeheartedly! Aamiin.