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Death, Resurrection, Hell

Death, Resurrection, Hell

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Published by: Sarah JT on Aug 08, 2008
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DEATH,RESURRECTION,HELL
HARUN YAHYA
 
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DEATH
Say: Death, from which you are fleeing, will certainly catch up with you.Then you will be returned to the Knower of the Unseen and theVisible and He will inform you about what you did.(Surat al-Jumuah: 8)
 
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INTRODUCTION
Death may catch up with you at any time. Who knows, perhaps this is the moment. Or, it may bemuch closer than you have ever expected.These lines may be the last opportunity, the last reminder, the last warning before death comes uponyou. As you proceed with these lines, you can never know that you will still be alive in the next hour.Even if it proves to be so, nothing can guarantee you another hour. Let alone an hour, not even after asingle moment, is it certain that you will be still living. There is no guarantee that you will ever finishreading this book. Death will, most likely, come upon you at a time when, only a moment before, younever thought about dying.You will most certainly die, as will all your loved ones. Before you or after you, they will certainlydie. A hundred years from now, there will not be a single soul you are familiar with in this world.Endless aims pertaining to life occupy man’s minds; to finish high school, to enter university, tograduate, to have a respectable occupation, to marry, to bring up children, to lead a peaceful lifetheseare among the broadest and most ordinary plans of man. These aside, there are thousands of others devised to address one’s personal circumstances.Death is one of the few things in life certain to occur. This is a one hundred per cent certainty.After years of hard work, a student succeeds in entering the university, yet dies on the way to class.Someone who has recently been hired for a job loses his life on his first morning commute to his work. Atraffic accident ends the lives of a newly married couple on their wedding day. A successful businessman prefers to fly to save time, not knowing that that very flight will put a horrible end to his life.At such a stage, plans no longer avail. Leaving behind plans doomed to remain unfinished for alleternity, they head for a point of no returnand yet it is a destination they never planned for. Ironically,for years, they spent too much time detailing plans which would never be put into operation, yet never gave a thought to the one certain thing that would happen.How then should a man of wisdom and conscience establish his priorities? Does he have to make his plans for the one thing certain to happen or for something unlikely to happen? The majority, it is evident,give priority to goals which they can never be certain of accomplishing. No matter which phase of lifethey are passing through, they resolutely plan for a better and more fulfilling future.This tendency would be quite rational, if man was immortal. Yet the fact remains that all plans aredoomed to that absolute end, called death. Thus it is irrational to disregard death, which is certain to occur,and devote all ones attention to all those things which may or may not materialize.Yet, owing to an incomprehensible spell enslaving their minds, human beings fail to notice thisobvious fact.This being the case, they can never become acquainted with their real life which is due to start withdeath. They simply do not prepare themselves for it. Once they are resurrected, they head nowhere buthell, a place specially designed for them. The intention in writing this book is to make man ponder over anissue which he avoids thinking about and warn him against an imminent and ineluctable event Avoidingthinking about it cannot, by any means, provide a solution.

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