What a Style of God

What a Style of God

In the style of God everyone will fall short of to reach near to it, but everyone must strive to reach there, near to it. No one is the Creator but Him. But everyone must create, small though it shall be. He has Providence to take oath of His creation but we have no appropriation, have no jurisdiction to take oath of even of the minuscule creation due to our limits and uncertain and unruly actions. He takes oath of His creation not of the whole creation but only a small aspect associated with this wonderful creation and that is His style.

And then the style is so elaborately instructive and beautifying adding grace to His creation that the imagination is fired to reach out to kiss His being, but He has no being, only issuing Kalam – words, style, sentences, Book (of benediction and law), creating Universe and executing exactions. He is for one to exalt himself; toning one’s being to be of untold virtue. But He is One who exalts one of His choosing - His chosen creation unimaginable in virtuosity.

Is there any limit to the limit of imagination man has to extend and unshackle it and it fly to reach out to see His spectre. We see just a little bit of it in the Aayet 100:1-2, where God takes oath of His creation:

‘On oath of the galloping horses, those breathing fumes from their nostrils, creating flying sparks from their hooves by striking them on the stones.’

There is so much in these short compacted Aayats; the speed, the determination for conquering the errand undertaken, the appreciation of the horse and the rider, the history of the event. How must we not admire God?

He is Lord of all, it is He Who sets standards of beauty, gives magnanimity to what He will for His adoration.


Sayed Athar Husain

Afkaar-e Shia (Shia Thought)


24 March 2010

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thevoice 6 years ago from carthage ill

great great hub write thanks

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SayedAthar Husain 6 years ago from London Author

Dear Voice,

I would like to thank you for writing so stimulating words about the hub. The principle of reciprocity God continuously applies. He provides and man thanks Him in worship and He appreciates and rewards with further blessings. Your appreciation has induced me write. Thank you since you have commented, I have written 12 more Hubs and the thoughts are mostly coming from Quran reading, and of course from the produce of His creation.

Thank you and God bless you.

Sayed Athar Husain

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