Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Over at Livejournal.

Bismi'llah ar-Rahman ar-Rahim...for the sake of Prophet Muhammad saws and Sheikh Nazim may Allah protect his secret.

I've just joined another blogging community ("Livejournal") to see if I can be a bit more inspired by others and maybe reach another audience/circle.

On my first roam around I dropped in on "Debate God." and one of his entries elicited this from me;

I'm a newbie too. Just want to say that in general, religions these days are trying to change to fit to people and their desires and personal ideas. Actually the thing has always been the other way round. People should try to fit to the teachings from God as revealed through His Prophets. Granted that the Bible is not a reliable source of knowledge any more, having been changed so many times in translation and tampered with by the Church authorities, (once more to bring it in line with what people/governments wanted) but, 1) The Koran contains a promise from God that it will never be changed 'til the end of time and 2) we have thousands of verified sayings from Muhammad which give us a good picture of how he lived those revealed truths. 3) There are living exponents of real sufi Islam who can advise on the appropriate application of Islamic shariat law and customs because they have a living spiritual link with the Prophet (pbuh) and don't get hooked up on what their minds or egos are saying.
Christianity's teachings didn't end with Jesus..he was taken up to heaven to make way for Muhammad and no-one is thinking to look there because of all the awful terrorism and other anti-Islamic acts that are being perpetrated.However,via sufi ways one may learn something about the real Islam of the Prophet rather than that Wahabi inspired stuff which is being foisted upon the world through Saudi influence and oil money.It is surprising how we live in a world like that portrayed in the story of "The Emperor Who Had no Clothes." Now we are not allowed to say anything true about either blacks or Jews or women because it is not "politically correct" and the so-called liberal modern ideas of equality of everyone and everything have had their logical conclusion in the homosexual marriages that we are seeing beginning to be accepted..Must all wisdom be destroyed in the name of liberalism and democracy?How can the Word of God be informed by man's ideas and political systems? Surely man's earthly life both individually and collectively should be informed by The Word of God?

Any good? (Wink: heh heh, good stuff eh?)


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