Mansoor Limba is a writer, translator, university professor, blogger, and chess trainer. He is a PhD holder in International Relations and BA holder in Islamic Studies who writes and translates books (Persian into English and Filipino, English into Filipino) on such subjects as international politics, history, political philosophy, intra-faith and interfaith relations, cultural heritage, Islamic finance, jurisprudence (fiqh), scholastic theology (‘ilm al-kalam), Qur’anic sciences, hadith, ethics, and mysticism. Have an experience with his multidisciplinary taste by visiting his personal blog at http://www.mlimba.com and niche website at http://www.muslimandmoney.com.
I wrote this book because:
* Financial literary must begin at childhood.
* Financial literary is something that children do not learn in school, do they?
* Storytelling is one of the best ways to impart moral lessons to children. And who doesn’t want to be told by mother wonderful stories during bedtime?
So, is there any better way to impart this learning to our children than storytelling?
This book - "Light Moments in Vienna" - contains selected anecdotes of my personal experience while undergoing KAICIID fellowship training in interreligious and intercultural dialogue in Vienna, Austria.