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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 21st October 2021 11:44
As-Salaam alaykum,
Says the Noble Prophet Muhammad, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam:--

''HUMAN BEINGS ARE BORN ON FITRAH, INNOCENCE; HIS PARENTS
MAKE HIM EITHER JEWISH OR CHRISTIAN OR ZOROASTRIAN'' (Sahih Muslim).

And in the Holy Qur'an, we read it where Allah Ta'ala says:--

''WA'ALAMOO ANNA FEEKUM RASULULLAH..And know [that] Allah's Messenger
is in you'' (49:7) thus the Prophet is in you; his Light and his presence is with you/us every moment.

Being born on 'Taqwa' on 'Innocence' in real terms means Sayyadina Muhammad, Sallallahu alaihi Wasallam, who is the real manifestation of the Beautiful Names of Allah. ''EITHER HIS PARENTS MAKE HIM CHRISTIAN, JEW OR ZOROASTRIAN'', but in reality every newly born child is a Mu'min.. a Muslim; and he could not have been a Muslim and a Mu'min if the Prophet were not there! So it means that a speck of the reality of the Prophet's Light is in every human being. As we grow from infant to adult age, that Light will ignite with Love of the Prophet; our sending/recital of Salawaat ala Nabiy and urdent worship of Allah Ta'ala.


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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 21st October 2021 12:55
I'm not sure what to make of the latter part of your post, particularly where you say

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and he could not have been a Muslim and a Mu'min if the Prophet were not there! So it means that a speck of the reality of the Prophet's Light is in every human being.

Perhaps you meant if the light were not there?

I remember reading a thread about us choosing to be humans instead of angels, we chose to take on the challenge of being human. There are plenty of other threads on fitrah too, which help us understand its definition better.

So, personally, I'd be cautious on making statements without concrete evidence. Allah knows best.

I do agree with what Allah clearly tells us but it is not for me to explain. I heard and I Believed!
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Then there is also the notion that people will say that there is a speck God in all of us too. We have to understand that there is a difference between The Creator and the creation and not delve into the unknown. We don't reject either that The Prophet (saw) was also a physical light that illuminated.

Abu Fauzi wrote:
in another thread.....Wallahu A'alam.


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