Divine Revelation

A blog with an Islamic perspective

Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Reply to the post God and the Broken Mirror
This is a reply to the postGOD and the BROKEN MIRROR

"Each person formulates his own definitions of GOD, based on his religious inheritance at the time of birth" says yavesh This assumption & allegation has been the most common pitfall for many in failing to reach the truth. No true messenger of God could possibly concoct his own feelings and desires and pass them on as Divine Revelation. True religion is divinely inspired.The reality is that God has not left any of us unguided. Just as He has made sure of providing all that leads to a good life on earth materially similarly He has provided us with spiritual guidance through His messengers; the last of which was Prophet Muhammad(pbuh).

K.Venugopal Tuesday, December 12, 2006 6:47:13 PM
Messenger of God? Every single human being ever born and ever will be born, nay, all creation, are messengers of God. We individuals may not realise our own divinity and may choose to follow some particular individual - no harm in this. But only individuals who themselves have realised their divinity can guide others. Among innumerable self-realised souls, Mohammad too undoubtedly was one and hence he could guide many and his message continues to guide many. But oftimes messages are misunderstood and hence religious strife.

jj Tuesday, December 12, 2006 8:40:39 PM
i have read the koran for its spiritual content and it does give many practical insights on the relation between man and godbut when it comes to hitting the nail in the head and reaching the logical conclusion of spiritual knowledge ........ out of all the sacred scriptures in the world i find that it is only vedanta that says "tat tvam asi"this simple sentence sums up the accumulated spiritual treasure of india

yaveshrana Tuesday, December 12, 2006 8:56:18 PM
Sir, The only truth is: ALL OF US EVOLVE OUR PERCEPTIONS OF GOD BASED ON OUR HOME ENVIRONMENTS DURING THE PROCESS OF OUR GROWING UP FROM INFANCY TO ADULTHOOD. There r only 5-10 percent people who defy the BIRTH-TAG RELIGION.U were born MUSLIM so U have an ISLAMIC concept of GOD; I was born HINDU, so I have a HINDU concept of my GOD. So r others Mr ARSHAD.Denying this is to refute the truth.Me&U r not xceptions.

Arshad Wednesday, December 13, 2006 3:40:11 PM
Thank you all for your sharing your points of view. Let us continue this discussion in spirit of universal brotherhood .

Posted by Arshad on Saturday, February 03, 2007.

1 Responses to “God and the Broken Mirror”

  1. # Blogger Sajid

    I would like to say to Mr. Yaveshrana that , yes we are born as Muslim or Hindu, but after we grow up and mature and read and understand various religions, if we realise that such and such religion is the true one, then it takes real courage to make a leap from one to another - isn't it? And mind you, people have done it & its not easy, I think.  

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