72. The Inexplicable Equations  

Posted by Dr. Dheena Sadik in , ,

After centuries of brainstorming, Science finally enabled possible the tangible rendezvous between man and the Moon; Interestingly, Revered Spirituality, enabled the possibility of the enigmatic rendezvous between man and the Creator of the Moon since the first Breathe of Mankind. Implanted deep within the heart of our Soul, the divine compass occupies unfathomable formulas certifying the unquenchable thirst to return to our Homeland.

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Hesham Abu Mariah  

In Islamic history and thought, stretching back before the creation of man there was a dimension called the world of Atoms (Allam Athar), where the following incident took place:

“When thy Lord drew forth from the Children of Adam from their reins― their descendants, and made them testify concerning themselves, (saying): "Am I not your Lord (who cherishes and sustains you)?"― They said: "Yea! we do testify!" (This), lest ye should say on the Day of Judgment: "of this we were never mindful." (172) Or lest ye should say: "Our fathers before us took false gods, but we are (their) descendants after them: wilt Thou then destroy us because of the deeds of men who were futile?" (173)” Close as possible translation of verses 172 and 173 of Surat Al Araaf

June 3, 2010 at 12:18 PM
Debra Barnett  

This is an exquisite photograph, Dheena! Thank you!

June 3, 2010 at 12:18 PM
Karen Collins  

I dont know anything yet about the Islam history, but I know in the bible nothing good ever came when people worship anything but God the Father. They were always destroyed with a faithful remnant left. The truth of Him is put in every mans (and woman :-) ) heart, its what you choose to do with that knowledge that counts on the day of judgement. You can believe Him or you can make up your own fantasy. Sounds like we are talking about the same thing, forgive me if i am wrong about what you are saying, no offense meant. Even if you do not want to believe, its worth checking out, the consequense is very high, never to return to that home in our heart. He said it, I believe it. When we die we will see it, but my decision has been made. Im going HOME! Jesus died for that, for love of us all.

June 3, 2010 at 12:18 PM
Anthony Clatts  

Karen I haven't felt "the truth of him". I grew up Christian and prayed the acceptance prayer twice because I didn't know if it worked(didn't) and sought what is meant by "God" ever since. One thing I know for sure is that people don't know what God is. They don't know what the purpose of their lives are 'in God'.
God is by and large our perception of the universe in various contexts. To say that God is specific to your brand of belief is silly if it isn't selfish.

"Implanted deep within the heart of our Soul, the divine compass occupies unfathomable formulas certifying the unquenchable thirst to return to our Homeland."

...This is immense. It perfectly agrees with what I consider to be the meaning of the word soul. Our homes are that which we create. We create for which we are created from and thirst for the land in which it is given a chance to change. We are home to our own chance at occupation. We are becoming trans-occupational beings.

June 3, 2010 at 12:19 PM
Kathleen Fossey  

God is the life that animates the universe and everything in it... including our gift of free choice. The soul is our uniqueness and individuality... it is comprised of the unique features that come from our parents DNA, our environment, and how we respond to our life experiences. It reflects our character or lack thereof. We must always look to our source and not it's creation ie... the universe. Who can deny his/her source?

June 3, 2010 at 12:19 PM

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