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On the time scale of the history of the Earth an individual human lifetime is a mere blink of an eye Were born we live and we die What is the point of living If were all going to be dead in the end anyway what difference does it make what we do with our lives Does the finality of death make life meaningless Why did an All-wise Creator put humans on this earth Is there a meaning to human life unrealized by most people What is our origin What is our destination What is our purpose Humanity it seems fails to understand that purpose The First consists of making known to you all the varieties of all the bounties from the True Bestower and causing you to offer Him thanks Be aware of this and offer Him thanks and worship The Second is to make known to you by means of each of all the sorts of the manifestations of the Sacred Divine Names manifested in the world and to cause you to experience them By recognizing them and experiencing them you should come to believe in them Mans perfections develop through the achievement of these two basic aims Through them man becomes a true human being Be certain of this that the highest aim of creation and its most important result are belief in the Supreme Being The most exalted rank in humanity and its highest degree are the knowledge of the Supreme Being contained within belief in Him The most radiant happiness and sweetest bounty for jinn and human beings are the love of Almighty contained within the knowledge of God The purest joy for the human spirit and the sheerest delight for mans heart are the rapture of the spirit contained within the love of God All true happiness pure joy sweet bounties and untroubled pleasure lie in knowledge of God and love of Almighty they
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