What we know of Islamic art is usually connected to the elegant zest of calligraphy or the impressive and diverse beauty of Islamic architecture that ranges from the white marble monument of love – the Taj Mahal in India
Allah Almighty honored man, created him with His own Hand, and blew into him from His Spirit. Then, He made His angels prostrate to him and subjected to him all that is in the heavens and the earth – all from Him
Since those who don’t have strong faith in Allah and the hereafter think without committing themselves to goodness, but instead negatively, then by their contemplation they achieve outcomes that are not entirely beneficial. They think, for example, that the life of this world is temporary
Thinking about death strengthens one’s spirit and will. It prevents one’s lower soul from leading him astray, by being lured through the false temptations of this world. It instils him with the resolve and determination to avoid all forms of behavior unpleasing to God. It is for this reason that a believer must often think
While the believer also enjoys those blessings that are described as the pleasures of this world, unlike the disbeliever, he does not consider them the purpose of his life. He may desire to possess them, but only for the purpose of giving thanks to God, and to use them to earn God’s consent. He does not pursue out of greed. Because, he knows
This is exactly what befalls the ignorant as a result of their own preferences. However, no matter what befalls them, they do not realize what is happening to their lives. Most of them only realize it after spending a whole life devoted to worldly pleasures, at the very time when they feel death is close. To their sorrow, however, it is too late. Even then, the grief does not stop there.
How God is the Loving? What is the nature of that love, and what are its signs? How do we receive Allah’s love and affection?
The Judicial system in Islam is structured to assure the establishment of justice among people, stop oppression, and punish the oppressors.
Sufferings occur to teach us that we must adhere to Allah’s natural and moral laws. It is sometimes to punish those who violate Allah’s natural or moral laws. It is to test our faith in Allah and to test our commitment to human values and charity.
There are norms and laws in the universe that man is not permitted to contradict. Instead, he should abide by them so as to enjoy a good life and eternal happiness in the Hereafter. One such norm is that if one works hard, he will find results; if one exhausts oneself a little bit, he can enjoy a long rest. Indeed reaping noble benefits depends on experiencing difficulties.