Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Purpose of Life

Purpose of Life.


 The purpose of life is to become a good creature of God. A useful human leave a footprints in hearts of everyone. A deserve person who use his life in good things that can be a inspiration to everyone.

 We came from in God's Love.

 We are here because we have some task who need to full fill, We are here to learn about life and to be part of others life.

 If we make our life good in earth, if we make some good deeds and do God's command, of course God's take us in his Paradise and live with him in eternal life.

I have come from an incorporeal world of souls, called Heavenly Abode where all the souls resided at a time and few are still there in the form of stars

I am here for spreading this awareness that God is our true father, true mother, true brother, true sister, true friend and a true companion.

We all are brother souls and one family and we all must be acquainted with our true identity in the form of a soul and not with our acquired identity as a body form

Why Did God Create Mankind on Earth

Why did God create human beings in this world? Why is life is filled with suffering and adversity, trial and error. What possible purpose can such difficulties serve? Why did life not begin in Paradise? Why didn’t God make us like the Angels? If worship, obedience to God, love, compassion, truth and other qualities brings the greatest joy. Why are we not created with these qualities from the start? Why were these virtues not simply programmed into us? Even the Angels asked this question

 The Lord said to the angels: "I will create a vicegerent on earth." They said: "Wilt Thou place therein one who will make mischief therein and shed blood?- whilst we do celebrate Thy praises and glorify Thy holy (name)?" He said: "I know what ye know not."

Virtue, if programmed, is not true virtue; it is always something less. You can program a computer never to make an incorrect statement but it does not thereby become a truthful computer, nor does any medicine possess compassion, although they are made to help the sick. The Quran presents the Angels as non-discriminating beings, as beings who are pure. While man is potentially much greater and alternatively much worse creature. It emphasizes three essential components of this stage of man’s moral and spiritual evolution; Free will, or the ability to choose; intellect, the tool for weighing the consequences of one’s choices and learning from them; and third, an environment of adversity.