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Dawn (Shahmaghsoudi)

Hazrat Sadegh Angha Molana-Al-Moazam, Anqa Sadiq

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ISBN 10: 0819174297 / ISBN 13: 9780819174291
Editorial: University Press of America, Lanham, MD, 1989
Usado Condición: Very Good + Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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(SAVE on USA Shipping total cost under 1lb $3.75 under 2 lb $4.25 includes courier cost)(Canadian customers shipping adjusted for postal code weight etc. Light thin items ship as letter post. ) Books shipped Tuesday Thursday Saturday for books ordered 2 day before. DIGITAL PICTURES ON REQUEST. Aprox. Wgt. includes Packaging. Edition Not Stated No Other Date. CONDITION: Very light 3 inch crease top right hand corner front cover. STATS - Book Dimensions 8 3/4 by 5 3/4 inches. 37 Pages. WGT. to 1 lbs. CLIP - This treatise, entitled Dawn, contains the responses of Professor Angha to Dr. Maeda's questions. In his answers, Professor Angha poses additional questions that will assist readers to examine entire religious, ethical, and ideological systems. Among the fundamental questions that Professor Angha raises are, Who is "I"? Will knowledge of "I" help people understand their life journeys, the purpose of their lives and deaths? Professor Angha states that the reality of religion is realized in the cognition of "I, which responds to people's quest for tranquility and survival. "I" is that divine inspiration of God's spirit breathed into Adam, making him alive. This inspiration of spirit did not take place once in the beginning without a beginning, but continues without ceasing, making the tomb of the body alive so that "selves " can survive in a divine state. Otherwise, human lives would be like the cellular annihilating lives of animals. N° de ref. de la librería 009716

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Título: Dawn (Shahmaghsoudi)

Editorial: University Press of America, Lanham, MD

Año de publicación: 1989

Encuadernación: Soft Cover

Condición del libro:Very Good +

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket

Edición: First Edition.

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Book by Molana-Al-Moazam, Hazrat Sadegh Angha, Sadiq, Anqa

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The following paragraph is excerpted from pages 26 and 27

All creatures, according to their capability, search for knowledge, and among them, the human being is superior. No one wishes to remain ignorant. If you delve into the innermost aspect of people and to the depth of their desires, you will see that they wish to know more and more. But many have lost the goal and the direction of this knowledge. This is that state of being misled, which is so far distanced from true knowledge that even a life as long as Noah's is not sufficient to reach the goal. People choose different paths, and they follow them with strong conviction, without questioning why they are following the path they are on. The roots of their beliefs are grounded in prejudice and blind obedience. If you should ask these people, "What is your way and why do you follow it?", sooner or later, each, depending on his or her level of learning and awareness, will answer, "Such and such people are also following it. I do not know more than they". This signifies their lack of awareness and knowledge of the way they are following. They think that God has sent a chosen few to be the guardians of large groups of people so that they may be freed of their responsibilities. However, this is absolutely contrary to what God says in the Holy Koran 17:36: "Follow not that whereof you have no knowledge." The wisdom of this statement is obvious. The more we know about anything and the more awareness we have about our way, the more able we are to tread the way with greater ease, defending it with conviction but without prejudice. This is a universal law and has no exception.

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