There are both believers and unbelievers in the world. Many people die without believing like us. Based on what wisdom does Allah keep this system?
Submitted by on Thu, 14/02/2019 - 15:06
Dear Brother / Sister,
Allah created this world as a place of testing. He gave everybody the ability to pass this test as a necessity of His endless justice. Therefore, both believers and unbelievers can feel the same thing - as human beings. Since unbelievers also have these nice abilities, there are very nice reflections from time to time.
However, the Sublime Creator informed people through the prophets He sent about how to use the faculties He gave to man. Those who do not use their material and spiritual faculties and feelings based on those guides will be held responsible for the problems to occur. The following verses indicate this fact:
“We have indeed created man in the best of molds, Then do We abase him (to be) the lowest of the low,-.” (at-Tin, 95/4-5)
Those who are not aware of this divine message have no responsibility. However, those who are aware of this message but who eliminate the essence of humanity in vain and who cause the seed of humanity, which was given so that it would become a tree and yield fruits, to decay will be punished with the penalty they deserve.
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