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الانسان يولد وحده ويموت وحده ويصل إلى الحق وحده وليست مبلغة أن توصف الدنيا بأنها باطل الأباطيل الكل باطل وقبض الريح ، فكل ما حولنا من مظاهر الدنيا يتصف بالبطلان والزيف ونحن نقتل بعضنا بعضاً فى سبيل الغرور وإرضاء لكبرياء كاذب والدنيا ملهاة قبل أن تكون مأساة ، ومع ذلك نحن نتحرق شوقاً فى سبيل الحق ونموت سعداء فى سبيله والشعور بالحق يملؤنا تماماً وإن كنا نعجز عن الوصول إليه ، ...more
Paperback, 127 pages
Published by دار العودة - بيروت (first published January 1st 1970)
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Hagar
Mar 09, 2014 rated it it was ok
I think the book is quiet over-rated. The author does make some intriguing remarks but I was generally disappointed at the level of alleged philosophy proposed. i thought he needed to show more courage towards his questioning of the presence of God and less hostility towards his previous indecisive self.
Moataz Mekki
Jan 29, 2012 rated it it was amazing
if you're an Atheist, you should read that book
it's not about islam, but it's more about believing in god
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Joseph Hellion
Sep 27, 2016 rated it did not like it
An incoherent mixture of archaic theism that lacks any concrete philosophical or scientific structure. And worse, it's a vulgarization and insult to old theistic philosophy (Kierkgaard is moving in his grave and Plotinus demanding copywrite). The pseudo-journalistic narrative is used to hide the lack of depth in analyzing this untimely question. No competing ideas are put together. No interplay of thesis and antithesis as expected. Merely the confirmation of the bias , the rewording of coffee-sh ...more
Sarah Turky
Nov 06, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: stolen
Dont be fooled, this 'one' star is only because I cant give NONE. ...more
Fai Ahmed
Apr 18, 2016 rated it did not like it
I had high expectations but this was a huge letdown, probably won't read anything by him anymore. ...more
Sara Ahmed
Aug 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
❤️
Smiler
Apr 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
Words can't describe how I feel after reading this book , it opened my eyes in so many ways that no body who didn't read this book would understand, the author talked about how he didn't have faith in god but only science and showed us how religion is related to science and that in the end he he believed in god and I love the way he separated the parts from each other I think and believes different after this book I recommend everyone to read it ...more
Fatima
Jan 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
it was a new kind of book to read and it was really interesting to grow my mind and my soul this tie not just a fiction novel that doesn't make me think about my soul somehow so i guess now i have a new journey it the book wish me luck ...more
CHAKRAD Yassine
Very interesting book
A'laa Othman
Mar 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Infinite relieving angle to see the whole Dunyah
Esraa
Jun 11, 2019 added it
simple , deep, easy words deep deep meanings I recommend it for people who need satisfying answers about the universe in simple amazing way
Dew Ali
Aug 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Good
Madheya
Jan 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
Good book
Aicha RAJI
Jan 20, 2020 rated it did not like it
it was a huge disappointment as always with this author.
Rania Zeithar
Mar 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
An important book for every Muslim to read!
Aya
Apr 03, 2021 rated it liked it
When I ordered it I thought it's gonna be a big book with big conventions for those who doubt their religion,
When I started to read it I wanted deep answers to those deep questions!
I'm actually happy that I read it, it had me on a little bit of higher point of spirituality.
It answers some questions but if you want to know the real truth you will work harder to find it
Not in a single book
Not in thousands of books
But deep inside in your heart.
No one will give it to you.
And no one's experience
...more
Mina Kate
it was a good book ,i wish i find something else like that
Asma_in_bookland
Aug 28, 2020 rated it liked it
Kinda had higher expectations
The Bookworm
Nov 08, 2020 rated it did not like it
Ratings: 1.6/5 stars

One of the most disappointing books i've ever read.
...more
Awab Abdelrhman
Dec 13, 2020 rated it really liked it
Mustafa Mahmoud responded in his book almost to all of the atheists arguments in a simplified clear method using logic and science.
اسكنك الرحمن جنة الفردوس
Ahmed Bedeir
Feb 15, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Anyone who does not feel flattered and disoriented, this book is for you
Zahra Hamza
Mar 16, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Very good book
Albatul
Jan 11, 2021 rated it liked it
read this book when my amassed knowledge and this author’s message intersected at the ideal time – I would not have liked this if I read it before, due to the author’s sometimes sweeping generalizations with little reference.
Sherin Shafie
Mar 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I liked it so much. It speaks to minds with proofs. it makes us know much more about our souls and bodies and the connections between them. It also shows the absolute power of God and how he's present in everything around us, and within us as well. I recommend everyone to read it. I think I'll read it again to get what I miss this time. ...more
Amr Arafa
Feb 23, 2017 rated it it was ok
Insufficient logical arguments
Eden
Nov 17, 2010 rated it really liked it
There're several things that i didn't like about this book, but the thing is it made me think about many things i didn't even think about it.
it opens my mind and even opened my horizone to think about bigger things , i didn't realize that in some parts i had so superficial mind, it also opened many subjects that I didn't have any answeres to it but then he gave me those answeres or even made me think to find my own answeres.

so I can skip those things that i didn't like it, but mostly it was gre
...more
Marwa Khaled
Sep 28, 2012 rated it liked it
hmmm i think when it comes to scientific facts he didn't convince me at all,,and i think he's wrong abt that memory thing n he actually really pissed me off,,but also i liked some chapters alot,,how he showed how we lie almost abt eth,,how he showed how eth in in z perfect balance,,how he pictured technology as if it is el masee5 el dgal n alot of other points,,but regarding the science just no....n i would like so to tell me that i got it wrong or sth... ...more
Moon
May 12, 2013 rated it it was amazing
It's very amazing book and very amusing .
Dr Mustafa explains many things that my mind was wondering about it and shows us in his journey the meaning of life and what does it really about and how we can be better.
There is a part talking about the relation between religion and politics and how we lost the real meaning of life.
Actually the only solution for our situation is being gathering together ' all the Arabian people from different nationality ' to be free for ever.
...more
Ala'a El-Nabawy
Dec 30, 2011 rated it really liked it
Away of being anti-biographies, this one is really " So good to be true ", touching the deepest " generations hand-overs " of our cultural misunderstanding & passing over it was the brilliant part .. for all times ! ...more
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مصطفى محمود هو مصطفى كمال محمود حسين آل محفوظ، من الأشراف، ينتهي نسبه إلى عليّ زين العابدين، ولد عام 1921 بشبين الكوم، بمحافظة المنوفية بمصر، وكان توأما لأخ توفي في نفس العام، مفكر وطبيب وكاتب وأديب مصري، توفي والده عام 1939 بعد سنوات من الشلل، درس الطب وتخرج عام 1953 ولكنه تفرغ للكتابة والبحث عام 1960، وتزوج عام 1961 وانتهى الزواج بالطلاق عام 1973، رزق بولدين أمل وأدهم، وتزوج ثانية عام 1983 وانته ...more

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