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Allahu Ta'âlâ's Blessings Reach Everybody

Allâhu ta'âlâ gives favours, blessings, gifts that is, His kindness reaches everybody every moment, no matter whether he is good or evil. Without discriminating, He sends everybody property, children, food, the right way to Islam, guidance, safety, and every goodness.

The difference is in the way people accept and receive allah's gifts, or in their failing receive them. It is declared in the thirty-third âyat of sûrat-un -nahl: "Allâh ta'âlâ does not torment or do injustice to his born servants (men). They treat themselves cruelly and torment themselves wit their own evil thoughts and loathsome deeds that draw them to toments and sufferings" As a matter of fact, while the sun shines over the laundryman and over the line in the same manner, ,t tans the man's face while whitening the linen. by the same token, though it shines over the apple and over the pepper in the same manner, it reddens and sweetens the apple, yet it reddens the pepper and makes it bitter. though the sweetness and the bitterness are caused by the rays of the sun, the difference between them is not from the sun; it is from themselves. Because allâhu ta'âlâ pities all people vry much, more then a mother's mercy upon her child, He has declared in the Qur'ân al-kerîm how every person family, every society and everry nation, all over the world, in each century should act in each of their undertakings, in which way they from should run their activities, and what they should abstain from in order to be comfortable in this world and the next. the ahl-i sunnat scholars learned all these with their keen insighit, and, writing millions of books, they communicated them to the whole this world. this means to say that allâhu ta'âlâ has not left people to themselves in their activities. Consequently, there is not a place left on the earth where Islam has not been conveyed.

The difference is in the way people accept and receive Allah's gifts, or in their not being able to receive them. It is declared in the thirty-third Âyat of Sûrat-un-Nahl:

"Allâhu ta'âlâ does not torment or do injustice to His born servants (men). They treat themselves cruelly and torment themselves with their own evil thoughts and loathsome deeds that draw them to torments and sufferings." 

As a matter of fact, while the sun shines over the laundryman and over the linen in the same manner, it tans the man's face, while whitening the linen.

By the same token, though it shines over the apple and over the pepper in the same manner, it reddens and sweetens the apple, yet it reddens and makes bitter the pepper. Though the sweetness and the bitterness are caused by the rays of the sun, the difference between them is not from the sun; it is from themselves.

Because Allâhu ta'âlâ pities all people very much, more than a mother's mercy upon her child, He has declared in the Qur'ân al-kerîm how every person, every family, every society and every nation, all over the world, in each century should act in each of their undertakings, in which way they should run their activities, and what they should abstain from in order to be comfortable in this and the next worlds.

The Ahl-i sunnat scholars learnt all these with their keen insight, and, writing millions of books, they communicated them to the whole world. This means to say that Allâhu ta'âlâ has not left people free in their actions. Consequently, there is not a place left on the earth where Islam has not been conveyed.