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094 'Reading-In' to the Aayaths of the Qur'an

094 'Reading-In' to the Aayaths of the Qur'an

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Published by Imtiaz Muhsin
The YouTube Link - http://youtu.be/QqAx_sylJjY

God possesses infinite attributes and every one of these infinite attributes is infinite in scope.

Amazing isnt it?

And then I have this thought, that if God has infinite attributes and each attribute is infinite in scope, then each statement or each Aayath or even each word in the Quran must express meanings which in themselves are infinite in depth and significance.
The YouTube Link - http://youtu.be/QqAx_sylJjY

God possesses infinite attributes and every one of these infinite attributes is infinite in scope.

Amazing isnt it?

And then I have this thought, that if God has infinite attributes and each attribute is infinite in scope, then each statement or each Aayath or even each word in the Quran must express meanings which in themselves are infinite in depth and significance.

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Published by: Imtiaz Muhsin on Feb 07, 2013
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CULTURE OF ISLAM
 
94
Reading-In
 to the Aayaths
 
Imtiaz Muhsin14-Sep-12
The main objective of these talks (and therefore the scripts of these talks), is to stimulate thinking.Sensible, rational and logical thinking. So, my message, think, think & think!Be sensible, be rational and be logical.
 
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94 ‘Reading–In’ to the Aayaths
 
Please Note
1.
 
I have had the great privilege, (since Aug 2010), of presenting talks on the weekly Radio Program
‘Culture of Islam’
[
Every Friday 8 to 8.30 pm, Radio Sri Lanka - FM 97.4
]2.
 
Since these are Radio Talks, I refer to, or address the audience as ‘listeners’
 3.
 
I am well aware that the audience to these talks would consist of people belonging to a variety of faiths. So as to make people of all faiths feel included, I very often use words and names that arecommon to all religions.4.
 
For these reasons, I use the name GOD, as well as Abraham, Moses, Jesus etc as well as thenames Allah, Ibrahim (Alaihis Salaam), Moosa (Alaihis Salaam), Easa (Alaihis Salaam) etc5.
 
Muslims by habit usually say ‘Sallallahu Alaihiwasallam’, when the name of Prophet Muhammadis mentioned, and ‘Alaihis Salaam' when the name of a Prophet is mentioned. However, in these
series of talks I have reduced the use of these prayers & sayings to the bare minimum.6.
 
Muslims, also by habit, use a number of Arabic prayers or sayings, such as Alhamdulillah, InshaAllah and so on. Again, I have reduced the use of these prayers or sayings to the bare minimum.7.
 
Sometimes I have to write Arabic words in the English script.I have devised my own way of writing Arabic in English, as follows;
th s DHL H GhTH Ss DHZ h GHSW
 
Information on these talks along with all download links can be found on my on my Blog(http://imtiazm.wordpress.com/)
 
The dates or the schedules of these talks can be viewed on the Facebook Page(http://www.facebook.com/ImtiazMuhsin786)
 
The Scripts of these talks can be downloaded from www.ScribD.com(www.ScribD.com Author
 –
Imtiaz Muhsin)
 
The audio files of these talks can be downloaded from YouTube(YouTube Channel
 –
Imtiaz Muhsin)
 
The YouTube Link to this talk is athttp://youtu.be/QqAx_sylJjY
All Praise and Thanksis due to Allah and Allah alone
 
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94 ‘Reading–In’ to the Aayaths
 
94 Reading in to the Aayaths
Dear Friends,Assalamu Alaikum,Last week I shared some of my thoughts on the attributes of God,
‘God 
 possesses
infinite attributes and every one of these infinite attributes is infinite in scope’ 
 
And then I brought this thought that if God has infinite attributes and each attribute is infinite inscope, then each statement or each Aayath or even each word in the Quran must express meaningswhich in themselves are infinite in depth and significance.I was able to discuss some Aayaths of the Quran keeping in mind this concept; it was to me, athoroughly enjoyable exercise.
On tonight’s talk I wish to focus on man and what the Aayaths of the Quran are pointing out to us
regarding the nature of man.To get a clearer understanding, I would like to delve a little on a point I discussed last week.What is that point?It is a point that fascinates me
 – 
I see an unusual connection in the design of the Earth and in thedesign of the Universe and in the workings of the inner psyche of man.There is, as I said, a fascinating connection.Let me explain.First let us look at the Earth.Have you not noticed that almost every landscape that is unspoiled by man is very very beautiful.It is the buildings, road, factories and other manmade objects that spoil the beauty of theselandscapes.When we visit mountainous areas, we are so enraptured by the beauty surrounding us that weexpress our desires to build our homes there, at least a retirement home.When we visit river Valleys, Jungles, Forests, grasslands, beaches or even lakesides we are alltaken up by the beauty of the landscape and again we express our desires to build our homesthere, at least a retirement home.This is the beauty of Nature, designed by the Creator 
 – 
God Almighty. No other living being appreciates this beauty.Even at night, on a dark clear night, the night sky is so magnificent.We just want to lay a mat, out in the open, drink in the beauty of the night and just fall asleepthere. Now then, let us look at ourselves.Why do we want to settle in these beautiful surroundings?True, we like to be surrounded by beauty, but then in nature there is something more than just beauty, there is an environment, an ambience, it is this ambience that fans or stimulates this urgeto meditate.

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