Oceans and Mountains

Assalamu’alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu ♥

I had a delightful trip in Spain and saw the breathtaking wonders of Allah(SWT). Alicante City, is so like the best place for beaches ever.

I’m typing words while my precarious mind won’t stop bleeding incomprehensive things to show some bluntness with what I’m saying. Here I needed to turn pages from the Holy Qu’ran and capture miraculous verses to share about the mountains and oceans in this world. Verily, Allah(SWT) is the best crafter and creator.

I did some research, so clap your hands because I made effort to do so.
I like making my writings brief, so don’t worry.

Below are words filled with profound meanings on how science correlates to the verses of the Holy Qur’an. Drag down and be amazed.

“MOUNTAINS have underlying roots, these roots are deeply embedded in the ground, thus, mountains have shape like a peg. “
Earth, Press and Siever, p.413

“Alam naj’alil-‘ardamihaadaa. Waljibaala ‘awtaadaa.”
Translation: “Have We not made the earth as a bed, and the mountains as pegs?”

Surah An-Naba (78:6-7)

Also, it is said that mountains plays a significant role in stabilizing the crust of the Earth.
They thwart the possible shaking of the Earth.

“Wa ‘alqaa fil-‘ardirawaasiya ‘an tameeda bikum wa ‘anhaaran wa subulalla’allakum tahtadoon”
Translation: “ And He has affixed into the earth mountains standing firm, lest it should shake with you; and rivers and roads, that you may guide yourselves.”

Surah An-Nahl (16:15)

Deep Seas and Oceans were also mentioned in the Qu’ran. The darkness in deep seas and oceans is found around a depth of 200 meters and below, and with this depth, light is barely seen. Humans are not able to dive more than 40 meters without the help of submarines or special equipments.

“ Or (the state of a disbeliever) is like the darkness in a vast deep sea, overwhelmed with waves topped by waves, topped by dark clouds, darkness upon darkness: if a man stretches out his hand he can hardly see it…”
Surah An-Nur (24:40)

The deep waters of seas and oceans are covered by waves, and above these waves are other waves. The second set of waves mentioned in the verse is what we call the surface waves that we see. The first wave that was mentioned in the verse is what we call the internal waves (which occur on density interfaces between layers of different densities). It covers the deep waters of the seas and oceans, they act and break like surface waves but they cannot be seen by the naked eyes rather they can be detected by studying temperature or salinity changes at a given location.

See, Modern geology has then confirmed the truth about these qu’ranic verses. Now, you have read what I have wrote, now I want to ask, Will you still deny and not believe that Allah(SWT) has revealed to Muhammad(SAW) His own words?

MoOdah Bint Abdulaziz
Pearl in Luminescence

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Assalamu’alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu ♥

I don’t like ambush interviews, so read what I write.

Blistering hot subjects are in hand. So let me cover your hearts up and blow icing glows of crystal flame on your eyes. Let me bleach you with sufficient and exact words that I might cleanse your hearts and mind with pure honesty.

I made this very concise, so don’t hurt your eyes.
I talk about SALAH. READ with me.

Salah (namaz / prayer) is known as the second pillar of Islam, it is the very foundation of a Muslim’s love for Allah(SWT). It is a shield from all the worldly pleasures that are present in our surroundings. Salah provides us a time to be solely with our creator, a time where we could communicate with Him and feel his presence.

The importance of Salah is like the bones in our bodies, without it we would not be able to walk or sit or do anything, because there is lack of foundation. Salah is there to strengthen our IMAN(faith) and purify our soul. Thus, it is obligatory for every Muslim to perform salah (5 times a day).

Allah (SWT) said:"I have not created the jinn and humankind for any other purpose except that they should worship Me." (Noble Qur'an 51:56)

Hadiths regarding the importance of Salah:

"Almighty Allah (SWT) has set the light of my eyes in Salah (Salat, Namaz) and made it the most desirable thing for me, like the food for the hungry and the water for the thirsty. The hungry is contented after the meal and the thirsty is satisfied after drinking water. But my thirst for Salah (Salat, Namaz) is never quenched."
-Holy Prophet Mohammad (SAW)

"The thing that Allah (SWT) loves most is when his people pray Salah on time."
-Holy Prophet Mohammad (SAW)

"When it is time for Salah (Salat, Namaz), perform your prayers; you never know what will happen afterwards ... Nothing is dearer to Almighty Allah than Salah (Salat, Namaz). Worldly affairs must not detract you from the prayer timings. Do not delay your prayers (from the prescribed timings) for no reason. Always perform your Salah (Salat, Namaz) on its best time."
-Imam Ali bin Moosa Al Ridha (pbuh)

So, what’s the harm of setting aside 15 minutes of your time to perform your Salah and be with him, Allah(SWT) doesn’t ask so much from us, it is us who never gets quenched. He created us for a purpose, and that is for us to worship him. There is no excuse to miss a single Salah (unless you are a girl). Allah(SWT) is all forgiving, most merciful. So go do your Wudu and pray to him. It’s not too late. He loves us…so much.

MoOdah Bint Abdulaziz
Pearl in Luminescence


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