Piece of Mind by The Vespa Rider

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About The Book:

A continuation of the first and second - Syafakallah May Allah swt Heal You and La Taqlaq Do Not Worry respectively. This time a reflection accompanies every poem and Quranic verses or Hadith, A peek into his thought process, a piece of his mind, looking for that peace of mind.

About The Author:

The Singaporean author, going by the pen name of The Vespa Rider is a writer, speaker, entrepreneur, certified sports massage/hijama therapist and a Solar Technologist.

Prior to his endeavours in the writing scene, business, wellness and engineering field, he graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic and International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM) with a Diploma in Marine & Offshore Technology and Diploma in Islamic Studies respectively.

The Vespa Rider has since written three poetry books, distributed worldwide - Syafakallah May Allah swt Heal You, La Taqlaq Do Not Worry and Piece of Mind, winning multiple awards, such as 2016 Best-Selling Book of the Year and Top 10 Titles of All Time by well-renowned Wardah Books and MPH Malaysia Top 10 Monthly Best-Seller. He has recently released his third. He was invited as a speaker in mosques, Selangor International Islamic University College and other institutions such as Al-Qudwah Academy. He performed spoken word poetry for the Rohingya Conference – Digital ASEAN Migration & Youth Welfare in Kuala Lumpur and was also a judge for Youth of Darul Arqam (YODA) Spoken Word Competition.

His writings have appeared in magazines such as SUHUF by En-Naeem and has conducted writing workshops with Safinah Institute. He founded Bilal Books in 2019, a Muslim publishing and distribution platform based in Singapore. In 2020, he founded Good Hands, offering advanced sports massage and hijama cupping services for the community. In 2021 he founded Quiet - A physical space for classes and co-working with a bookshop, mini library and pantry.

One of his biggest dreams is to build a mosque that also serves as an orphanage and/or school. He wishes to be reminded to be nothing but a contented struggling soul who seeks to observe life to its detailed wisdoms while remembering the certainty of death in the uncertainty of time.


Pages: 154

Measurements: 13.3cm x 20.9cm

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