Quotes about destiny in islam

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Islam and the Destiny of Man Quotes by Charles Le Gai Eaton

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Part 1: Fate and Destiny are the Words that Cause Alarm

It was indeed an unexpected, abrupt and horrible end of a momentous journey. Can anyone believe that NASA, by any stretch of imagination, expected this catastrophic end to Columbia? And, were they so careless as to neglect preparing themselves to the minutest details to avoid such disasters? According to teachings of Islam, God Allah in Arabic has given humans free will to make choices in their lives but only God has foreknowledge of our destiny, and He has total control over it. Read more: Concept of God in Islam. Is every event of our lives predetermined? Is our entire course laid out for us and no matter what we do or how we try to avoid it, our lives will unfold in some predetermined way?

Companion of the Prophet ﷺ al-Khulafaa'u ar-Raashiduun ("the Rightly Guided Caliphs") Amiir al-Mu'miniin ("Commander of the Faithful") al-Farooq ("One Who.
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Quotes of Imam Ghazali, following on from our Islamic quotes series. Here are 30 quotes by the great islamic scholar Imam Hamid al-Ghazali. He was a polymath who wrote on a wide range of topics including jurisprudence, theology, mysticism and philosophy. His quotes can be found in many of his great works, one of the greatest of all time is the Ihya ulum al-din Revival of the Religious Sciences. Below are 30 quotes of Imam Ghazali categorised into different sections, it includes knowledge, self-reflection, good character and others.

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Nothing can be more depressing to the spirit of a man than the feeling that he has no liberty and all his acts are controlled by a superpower. It may be said that freedom and liberty are the supreme blessings and the most bitter disappointment is supreme blessing and the most bitter disappointment is a feeling of helplessness, a feeling that one has no independent personality, a feeling that he is just like a sheep in the hands of a shepherd and that he has no control even over his food, sleep, life and death. A feeling of quiet endurance and resignation resulting from helplessness is more consuming and oppressive to human spirit than any king of fire. That is the position when a man finds himself helpless against another who is more powerful or against an animal which is stronger. It is easy to imagine what his position will be if he finds himself dominated by an invisible and mysterious force which he cannot resist.

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