Trust in Divine Embedding as Attribute in Meta-science of Tawhid
Death is a natural phenomenon of a one-way direction from birth to life to death to resurrection. Mortality has not been granted to anything. The exception though is of Allah and the Qur’an in terms of the continuation of the Tawhidi knowledge of monotheism from the Beginning to the End in the Hereafter and into total reality. The Hereafter is marked by the perfect separation between Truth and Falsehood in the reality of Heaven and Hell, respectively. The conscious historicism of creation is actualized along this certain path around the straight path in respect of the nearness to or distancing from Tawhidi unity of knowledge and its righteous practice and applications in the constructive world-system in its generality and details.
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