The book was written by Mawlana Sheikh Mohammed Amin Al Kordy, who spread the Naqshabandi Tariqah throughout Egypt. He was born in Iraq in 1265 Hijri and died in 1332 Hijri, 1914 AD. B He wrote this book to guide the young Muslim people or those who were novel in Islam. The book is now published by the author’s grandson, Mawlana Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Najmuddin Al Kordy, who is the guide of the Naqshabandi Tariqah in Egypt. The book includes three parts: part one speaks on Monotheism and Divinities (Allah's Attributes). It also handles Prophets and their Attributes, and the things that Muslims must believe in. Part two handles Fiqh (the legal rules of Islamic practices) on the Sahfi'e School. Part three speaks on Islamic Sufism, which means to know that ALLAH sees you all the time. I think the reader will find the book beneficial and the style easy and enjoyable. I also think that our dear Muslim reader will dispense with a lot of other books when he reads this book though it is only forty pages.