That is to say, ownership is altogether His.
As for you, you are both His property, you are owned by Him, and you work in His property. This phrase announces the following joyful and healing news:
“O mankind! Do not suppose that you own yourself, for you have no control over any of the things that concern you; such a load would be heavy. Also, you are unable to protect yourself, to avoid disasters, or to do those things that you must. In which case, do not suffer pain and torment without reason, the ownership is another’s. The Owner is both All-Powerful and All-Merciful; rely on His power and do not cast aspersions on His mercy! Put grief behind you, be joyful! Discard your troubles and find serenity!” (Twentieth Letter, The Fourth Phrase)
- First Station: It explains the glad tidings in kalima at-tawhid.
- What should our understanding of New Year's Day be?
- What should our understanding of New Year’s Day be? What should we do to question ourselves before we die?
- Gleams: Flowers from the Seeds of Reality. A short ‘Mathnawi’ and collection on the subject of belief for the Risale-i Nur students.
- What kind of harms does pessimism cause people?
- Third Point: The strength of belief and tawakkul (reliance on Allah). The description of tawakkul.
- The Second Station of the Seventeenth Word: A poem on tawakkul (complete reliance on Allah.)
- Al-Khabir (The All-Aware)
- Third Stopping-Place: The point of views of the people of misguidance and the people of guidance on the worldly life.
- The Prophet Enters Madinah