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know. Art, in the Islamic teachings man was/is asked to contemplate upon nature so that s/he can pass through the spiritual experience of existentially feeling Allahs Face all around and within. When he found out that the palm trees did not produce dates because of his advice as not to germinate them, he told his companions to do as they had used. That cohesion between mind and heart, reason and passion is another expression of the balance that is pointed at in The Prophet's teaching by the term al-amr al-wast. How the earth is spread out (HQ: 88: 17- 20). Reading Quran with devotion and openness nourishes in man talents of art. The Best Microfilms 4 years ago 918. How the mountains are fixed firm. Science explains the oneness of life in a magnificent way. Thou canst see no fault in the Beneficent Ones creation; then look again: Canst thou see any rifts? How the sky is raised high.
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He told abraham Lincoln - The Great Emancipator them, you know better in the affairs of this life. However, it is amazing that what we know now, as scientific facts do not contradict with what comes in the verses of the Holy Quran. The Prophet (pbuh) encouraged people to acquire knowledge even if it is in the end of the world. Those deep interactions cannot be expressed directly, and the artist who lives such an experience needs to use metaphors if s/he writes poems or any other work of art. Fb : m/SteveCuttsArt, twitter : m/Steve_Cutts, steve Cutts : m, leave your vote 666 points, upvote, downvote, total votes:. S/he can then experience a very specific kind of balance where her/his heart is tuned with her/his senses.