It was his individuality that gave Sheikh Kalil Bazzy a sense of himself. He was his own person. He didn’t forfeit his uniqueness to be like everyone else. He didn’t talk about what he should do but, rather, moved on to what he needed to do. In fact, what he must do, what he wanted to do, and what he loved to do. And what he loved was Islam. His mind became so absorbed by the study of Islam that it constantly occupied his thoughts and every facet of his life. Having a firm and solid comprehension of Islam, as a result of his will and determination to pursue its inner depths, became his guiding principles and core values. His core purpose, his purest beliefs, his conscience, and his convictions were the inspiration of his life’s journey. And that inspiration instilled in him the essence of his existence, as his pure heart was absorbed by piety and knowledge. In his worship and obedience to God, the purity of his heart only desired God’s approval and pleasure.