WHEN ALLAH HAS NOT SHARED WITH US THE TIME OF OUR DEATH, HOW CAN ALLAH SHARE THE TIME OF DEATH THE END OF ALL OF US

WHEN ALLAH HAS NOT SHARED WITH US THE TIME OF OUR DEATH,
HOW CAN ALLAH SHARE THE TIME OF DEATH THE END OF ALL OF US
Balance of actions

Surely hybrid war is getting out of its breeches. We are being stormed with pessimism about the end of the world. Surely Qiyamat is a reality but we still do not know its intricacies. It is a big changing event in our life. But it is not the end of everything. Allah’s promise is to restore us all as we were. And then we face the judgement, the laws of retribution to our actions in our lives. Simple. Nothing to worry about for the good people in the world. Those should worry who act evil in this world and are not even ashamed of their actions. We all know who should worry about same?

Asteroid hit Earth

In fact Planet Earth has seen many qiyamats in the past. Many times life was almost destroyed. At the end of the Ice age about 12900 years back, an asteroid hit earth and led to phenomenal rise of melted water (30 feet) and known as Younger Dryas.  It sunk many cities down the sea and created havoc. People made underground cities to escape it all. The resilience of people is phenomenal. Allah gives them the will to survive. Probably when life ends here, we will enter  a new portal and face a newer kind of life.

Turkish underground cities

Obsession with Qiyamat breeds hopelessness in people, when Qiyamat is an actual day of judgement. A moment to rejoice the outcome of our lives. This rattle has been going on for centuries. Even the Dead Sea Scrolls carry the same doomsday message, and that is 2000 years ago. Do good, stop mourning and stop people from mourning about nothing. Qiyamat is a message of a new life and it is something to rejoice about. And surely it may be millions of years away.

Asteroids hit earth

3 thoughts on “WHEN ALLAH HAS NOT SHARED WITH US THE TIME OF OUR DEATH, HOW CAN ALLAH SHARE THE TIME OF DEATH THE END OF ALL OF US”

  1. One day I shared with my friend Anwar Hasnat the feeling and we said that if such a time comes, we will sit with our family, hug them and let the inevitable come. Why worry about a good thing?
    M.A. Rahman Chughtai used to say an ancient tradition. If qiyamat comes, a gardener about to plant a tree? What should he do, plant it or discard it. Traditions say that the gardener must plant the tree to fulfill his job. The rest is with Allah alone. What mind and hearts of faith the past people had?

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