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Discussion of the temporary nature of this world and life; in this book, the reader is invited to take a closer look at the transitory nature of all things, and to reflect that those who seek the pleasures of this life are in grave error, whereas they should be trying to seek the good pleasure and forgiveness of Allah so that they may earn the blessing of Paradise, the True World to come.

Published: Global Publishing - Emre Calikoglu on
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