Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research

Behind the Scenes: Shame, Morality, and Emotions: Understanding the Prophetic Model of Intelligence

Guest Author Imam Mikaeel Ahmed Smith gives a behind the scenes look at his publication on the centrality of shame, as well as the negative consequences of individual and societal ambivalence for one’s moral identity.

Read “Shame, Morality, and Emotions: Understanding the Prophetic Model of Intelligence” here.

Mikaeel Ahmed Smith

Mikaeel Ahmed Smith

CONTRIBUTOR | Imam Mikaeel Ahmed Smith is an instructor at Qalam Seminary in Dallas, Texas and has a Degree in Islamic Studies from Dar ul-Uloom Canada in Chatham, Ontario. He is passionate about meeting the needs of Muslim converts, building Islamic literacy among youth, and striving for social justice. He recently published his first book, a translation of a classical Arabic text on Islamic pedagogy. He currently lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife and three young children.