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محمد متولي الشعراوي
“علينا أن نعلم أنه لا شيء يتم في كون الله مصادفة ، بل كل شيء بقدر”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, الشفاعة و المقام المحمود

“We are nearer to him than his jugular vein.”
Anonymous, القرآن الكريم

H.L. Mencken
“Where is the graveyard of dead gods? What lingering mourner waters their mounds? There was a time when Jupiter was the king of the gods, and any man who doubted his puissance was ipso facto a barbarian and an ignoramus. But where in all the world is there a man who worships Jupiter today? And who of Huitzilopochtli? In one year - and it is no more than five hundred years ago - 50,000 youths and maidens were slain in sacrifice to him. Today, if he is remembered at all, it is only by some vagrant savage in the depths of the Mexican forest. Huitzilopochtli, like many other gods, had no human father; his mother was a virtuous widow; he was born of an apparently innocent flirtation that she carried out with the sun.

When he frowned, his father, the sun, stood still. When he roared with rage, earthquakes engulfed whole cities. When he thirsted he was watered with 10,000 gallons of human blood. But today Huitzilopochtli is as magnificently forgotten as Allen G. Thurman. Once the peer of Allah, Buddha and Wotan, he is now the peer of Richmond P. Hobson, Alton B. Parker, Adelina Patti, General Weyler and Tom Sharkey.

Speaking of Huitzilopochtli recalls his brother Tezcatlipoca. Tezcatlipoca was almost as powerful; he consumed 25,000 virgins a year.

Lead me to his tomb: I would weep, and hang a couronne des perles. But who knows where it is? Or where the grave of Quetzalcoatl is? Or Xiuhtecuhtli? Or Centeotl, that sweet one? Or Tlazolteotl, the goddess of love? Of Mictlan? Or Xipe? Or all the host of Tzitzimitl? Where are their bones? Where is the willow on which they hung their harps? In what forlorn and unheard-of Hell do they await their resurrection morn? Who enjoys their residuary estates? Or that of Dis, whom Caesar found to be the chief god of the Celts? Of that of Tarves, the bull? Or that of Moccos, the pig? Or that of Epona, the mare? Or that of Mullo, the celestial jackass? There was a time when the Irish revered all these gods, but today even the drunkest Irishman laughs at them.

But they have company in oblivion: the Hell of dead gods is as crowded
as the Presbyterian Hell for babies. Damona is there, and Esus, and
Drunemeton, and Silvana, and Dervones, and Adsullata, and Deva, and
Bellisima, and Uxellimus, and Borvo, and Grannos, and Mogons. All mighty gods in their day, worshipped by millions, full of demands and impositions, able to bind and loose - all gods of the first class. Men labored for generations to build vast temples to them - temples with stones as large as hay-wagons.

The business of interpreting their whims occupied thousands of priests,
bishops, archbishops. To doubt them was to die, usually at the stake.
Armies took to the field to defend them against infidels; villages were burned, women and children butchered, cattle were driven off. Yet in the end they all withered and died, and today there is none so poor to do them reverence.

What has become of Sutekh, once the high god of the whole Nile Valley? What has become of:

All there were gods of the highest eminence. Many of them are mentioned with fear and trembling in the Old Testament. They ranked, five or six thousand years ago, with Yahweh Himself; the worst of them stood far higher than Thor. Yet they have all gone down the chute, and with them the following:

You may think I spoof. That I invent the names. I do not. Ask the rector to lend you any good treatise on comparative religion: You will find them all listed. They were gods of the highest standing and dignity-gods of civilized peoples-worshiped and believed in by millions. All were omnipotent, omniscient and immortal.

And all are dead.”
H.L. Mencken, A Mencken Chrestomathy

كريم الشاذلي
“لا تسمح للحياة السريعة أن تسرق منك لحظات التعبد والطاعة ، لاتسمح لها بأن تجعل من صلاتك روتينا تؤديه في وقت معين بلا روح أو وعي”
كريم الشاذلي, أفكار صغيرة لحياة كبيرة

محمد متولي الشعراوي
“هل هذه عبودية تُذلنا أو تُعزنا ؟
إنها عبودية تُعزنا ، فالذي نعبده يقول : ناموا أنتم ؛ لأنني حي قيوم لا تأخذني سنة ولا نوم”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, الشفاعة و المقام المحمود

محمد متولي الشعراوي
“ويكفيك عِزًا وكرامة أنك إذا أردتَ مقابلة سيدك أن يكون الأمر بيدك ، فما عليك إلا أن تتوضأ وتنوي المقابلة قائلًا : اللَّه أكبر ، فتكون في معية اللَّه عز وجل في لقاء تحدد أنت مكانه وموعده ومدته ، وتختار أنت موضوع المقابلة ، وتظل في حضرة ربك إلى أن تنهي المقابلة متى أردتَ .
فما بالك لو حاولت لقاء عظيم من عظماء الدنيا ؟ وكم أنت ملاقٍ من المشقة والعنت ؟ وكم دونه من الحُجّاب و الحراس؟ ثم بعد ذلك ليس لك أن تختار لا الزمان و المكان و لا الموضوع ولاغيره!”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, كيف تقرأ القرآن الكريم وتحفظه

محمد متولي الشعراوي
“إنك إذا ما رأيت عورةً يشكو منها المجتمع ، فاعلم أن حدًا من حدود الله قد عُطل ، وإن وجدت أُمة متخلفة ، فاعلم أنها عطلت شرع الله ، وأن وجدت أمة تعاني من أمراض اجتماعية وجسمية ، فاعلم أنها لا تطبق منهج الله”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, الشفاعة و المقام المحمود

ليلى الجهني
“الله عادل، لكن الحياة غير عادلة. الحياة ليست مكانًا للعدل، بل لاختبار حسّنا تجاهه”
ليلى الجهني, 40 في معنى أن أكبر

Malcolm X
“اذا كان الانسان مع الله كان الله معه وأرسل له عند الحاجة علامات تدل على ذلك.”
Malcolm X

“Allah causes the night and the day to succeed each other. Truly, in these things is indeed a lesson for those who have insight.”
Anonymous, القرآن الكريم

ليلى الجهني
“ابتلع معي يقينان أبتهل إلى الله دائمًا أن لا يحرمني منهما: يقيني بعدله ، ويقيني برحمته. إن ضاعا منِّي ، فإن حياتي كّلها ستؤول إلى خراب عظيم و مخزٍ لن يُقيله شيء ،ولن يغفره شيء.”
ليلى الجهني, 40 في معنى أن أكبر

محمد متولي الشعراوي
“القرآن هادي البشرية ومرشدها ونور الحياة ودستورها ، ما من شيء احتاجه البشر إلا بيَّنه اللَّه فيه نصًا أو إشارة أو إيماءً ، عَلِمه مَنْ عَلِمه ، وجهله من جهله”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, كيف تقرأ القرآن الكريم وتحفظه

محمد متولي الشعراوي
“وكلمة ( الحمد لله ) هذه هي الصيغة التي علمنا الله أن نحمده بها ، وإلا فلو ترك لنا حرية التعبير عن الحمد ولم يحدد لنا صيغة نحمده ونشكره بها لاختلف الخلق في الحمد حسب قدراتهم و تمكنهم من الأداء ، وحسب الله قدرتهم على استيعاب النعم ، ولوجدنا البليغ صاحب القدرة الأدائية أفصح من العيي والأمي . فتحمل عنا جميعًا هذه الصيغة ، وجعلها متساوية للجميع ، الكل يقول ( الحمد لله ) البليغ يقولها ، و العيي يقولها ، و الأمي يقولها.”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, كيف تقرأ القرآن الكريم وتحفظه

Bediüzzaman Said Nursî
“Do what you do only for God's sake, start for God's sake, work for God's sake, and act within the sphere of God's good approval.”
Said Nursi

Khaled Hosseini
“it is a heartBreaking sound, Amir Jan, the Wailing of a mother. I pray to Allah you Never hear it.”
Khaled Hosseini, The Kite Runner

Malcolm X
“إن عبادة الإله الواحد وحدها ستقرب الانسان من السلام الذي يتكلم عليه الجميع ولايفعل أحد شيئاً لتحقيقه.”
Malcolm X

Katherine Boo
“I tell Allah I love Him immensely, immensely. But I tell Him I cannot be better, because of how the world is.”
Katherine Boo, Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity

“And whosoever fears Allah and keeps his duty to Him, He will make a way for him to get out (from every difficulty).And He will provide him from (sources) he never could imagine.”
Anonymous, القرآن الكريم

Nouman Ali Khan
“The real dawah to Islam is the character of a Muslim.”
Nouman Ali Khan

Thomas Ligotti
“So they trust in the deity of the Old Testament, an incontinent dotard who soiled Himself and the universe with his corruption, a low-budget divinity passing itself off as the genuine article. (Ask the Gnostics.) They trust in Jesus Christ, a historical cipher stitched together like Frankenstein's monster out of parts robbed from the graves of messiahs dead and buried - a savior on a stick. They trust in the virgin-pimping Allah and his Drum Major Mohammed, a prophet-come-lately who pioneered a new genus of humbuggery for an emerging market of believers that was not being adequately served by existing religious products. They trust in anything that authenticates their importance as persons, tribes, societies, and particularly as a species that will endure in this world and perhaps in an afterworld that may be uncertain in its reality and unclear in its layout, but which states their craving for values "not of this earth" - that depressing, meaningless place their consciousness must sidestep every day.”
Thomas Ligotti, The Conspiracy Against the Human Race

“Cinta yang tidak dipersatukan Allah di Dunia mungkin disimpankan-Nya untuk dipersatukan di akhirat nanti.”
Mahardhika Zifana, Misteri Puncak Ararat

“A'isha asked him: 'Does one come to Paradise only by the mercy of Allah?' He repeated three times over: 'No one comes to Paradise except by the mercy of Allah!' 'Not even you. Messenger of Allah?' she asked. 'Not even I, unless Allah enfolds me in His mercy.”

محمد متولي الشعراوي
“كلمة : الآيات لا تطلق على مطلق موجود ، إنما تطلق على الموجود العجيب ، كما نقول : هذا آية في الحسن ، آية في الشجاعة ، فالآية علي الشيء العجيب .”
محمد متولي الشعراوي, كيف تقرأ القرآن الكريم وتحفظه

Leila Aboulela
“The Mercy of Allah is an Ocean, Our sins are a lump of clay clenched between the beak of a pigeon. The pigeon is perched on the branch of a tree at the edge of that ocean.It only has to open it's beak”
Leila Aboulela, Minaret

Nouman Ali Khan
“Some of the toughest ayaat in the Quran have Allah's name "ar-Rahman" in them to make it clear that just because Allah is the Most Merciful, it doesn't mean He's not going to carry out justice.”
Nouman Ali Khan

“قدّر الله سبحانه وتعالى على ها الجسد أن تنطفئ نضارته مؤقتاً، حتى يقتنع الإنسان بضعفه، وبأنه لا جول له ولا قوة”
علي بن جابر الفيفي, لأنك الله: رحلة إلى السماء السابعة

Wolfgang Pauli
“Es gibt keinen Gott und Dirac ist sein Prophet. (There is no God and Dirac is his Prophet.)

{A remark made during the Fifth Solvay International Conference (October 1927), after a discussion of the religious views of various physicists, at which all the participants laughed, including Dirac, as quoted in Teil und das Ganze (1969), by Werner Heisenberg, p. 119; it is an ironic play on the Muslim statement of faith, the Shahada, often translated: 'There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is his Prophet.'}”
Wolfgang Pauli

“يُعطي الله كل طير طعامه، لكنه لا يرميه له في العش.”

Victor Robert Lee
“If it’s not one god it’s another. Allah or oil. Jesus or Jewels. Lenin or lust.”
Victor Robert Lee, Performance Anomalies

“إننا نربط أنفسنا - حين نصلي - بالقوة العظمى التي تهيمن على الكون، ونسألها ضارعين أن تمنحنا قبساً منها نستعين به على معاناة الحياة، بل إن الضراعة وحدها كفيلة بأن تزيد قوتنا ونشاطنا، ولن تجد احداً ضرع إلى الله مرة إلا عادت عليه هذه الضراعة بأحسن النتائج.”
Alexis Karel

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