in the presence of the Unseennot in the sight


First occurrence:

  • They are the people who heartily accept and believe in the presence of the Unseennot in their sight: their Creator: Allah the Exalted.

 

: This verbal sentence is the linkage clause for the preceding plural relative pronoun.

: It is a prepositional phrase relating to preceding verb. Preposition: بـ is [لِلتَّعدِيَةِ] for making a verb transitive; its object noun stems from Root:: غ ى ب The basic perception infolded in the Root denotes the fact of existence and presence but not being in sight/vision for a person at a certain place or point in time. Any thing could be beyond the reach of one's vision and perception being distant or remote or because of its minuteness with the result that the same remains hidden or concealed or absent for him. Thus such thing despite being existing and present is: for a person, i.e. it is not present but seemingly absent at a certain point/location or point in time. : It is relative to a person, location and point in time. A thing might be: at a certain location and point in time for one person but at the same location and time it may not be so for another one. It depends upon one's ability of vision and perception.

It does not mean blind faith. "Blind faith" can never make anyone sincere to anything. It is self deception. Sincerity is always the end product of thoughtful processing, critically evaluating and arriving to conviction of it being infallible fact about an idea.  

The minimum level of being a rational person is to accept the existence and presence of one's creator since he knows he is not the creator of his own self.

: The imperfect third person masculine plural verb; in indicative mood with [و] infix subject pronoun, referent to Relative Pronoun, is rendered transitive by the following preposition بـِ , stems from Root:  ء م ن. The basic perception infolded in the Root is belief - heartily acceptance and pronouncing the infallible reality and its contr. is rejection of the truth without rhyme or reason. These two Roots give the basic classification of humanity into two larger groups:
 
  • He the Exalted is the One Who has created you people;

  • For reason of enjoying real free will, a rejecter - disbeliever is there amongst you and a believer in the Creator, (without being in sight) is there amongst you.

  • Be aware, Allah the Exalted is ever watching the acts you people perform. [64:02]

This Ayah simplistically explains the otherwise complex philosophical debate about Principle of Sufficient Reason and determinism, that freewill is factually real. It is man's real free-will manifestation in not seeking or accepting the explanation for the first cause of his own state of being in existence. There is no restriction upon him from not being irrational and acting against the basic instinct of mind shared by humanity that says everything needs an explanation why it is.

Who can be more irrational, regardless, unreasonable and heedless than him who rejects the First Cause, the Creator of his existence and acknowledges Him not.

  • Our Majesty have created you people.

  • Thereby, why you people not accept and publicly affirm this fact? [56:57]

  • Thereby, have you seen-examined that which you people keep pouring? [into receptacle/vagina of respective wives] [56:58]

 

  • Are you the people who keep creating it (sperm)?

  • Or Our Majesty are the Creator? [56:59]

: Its meanings as stated above are manifestly evident in Grand Qur’ān:

 

  • Know it; Our Majesty had indeed given to Mūsā [alai'his'slaam] and Haroon [alai'his'slaam] the Criterion-delineator of right and wrong, fact and conjecture (to adjudge between people);

 

 

  • And had given it to serve as source of enlightenment and reference - guide-Manual for those who sincerely endeavour to attain salvation. [21:48]

 

  • They (Mutta'qeen) are the people who experience awe of Omnipresence of their Sustainer Lord despite being not in their sight

 

  • While they are alert - self-conscious about the Appointed Moment. [21:49]

 

  • It is he who felt awe of Omnipresence of Ar'Reh'maan the Exalted, without being in his sight;

  • And he came with a dedicated heart. [50:33]

  • Indeed those people who experience awe of Omnipresence of their Sustainer Lord despite being not in their sight

 

  • Forgiveness and magnificent reward is guaranteed for them. [67:12] [Read also 21:49;35:18;36:11]

 

: Its meanings are that instead of perceiving Allah the Exalted as absent from the scene only because of not being in sight, such people believe Him to be present in their company witnessing them. They know they never have privacy in real terms:

  • Know it; there is no engagement of you the Messenger [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam] paying attention to an important matter, nor about that which you relate to people syllable by syllable from the miscellany of Qur’ān;

  • And nor you people perform an act except that We are constantly observing you when you are engaged in it.

  • And no element of a mass of sprinkled dot-speck present in the Earth nor that present in the Sky eludes from notice of your Sustainer Lord.

  • Know it neither existing genus of particles relatively diminutive in mass than the speck; nor genus of particles relatively greater than it

 

  • But are inventoried in a book which is explicitly explicativeconveyor of information in succinct, individuated, distinct and crystallized manner.  [10:61]

 

 

  • And He the Exalted is present with you wherever you people might be

  • Be mindful, Allah the Exalted is ever watching the acts which you people perform. [Refer 57:04]

 

Man is strange in behaviours. On the one hand he sculpts with his own hands statues, giving them an imaginary name; and despite knowing they are merely carved stones which neither speak, nor are of any good or bad to them, but still adore and worships them considering and declaring them as godhead. On the other hand when they are called to solely believe in Allah the Exalted; without being in their sight, Whom they consider and accept as the Creator of the skies and the Earth, their irrationality becomes compounded and they demand:

It is evident from their statement that they did believe that their Sustainer Lord is other than their godheads but objected about why they can't see Him with eyes. It is a fake argument, a technique of psychological manipulators termed "Feigning confusion" for not accepting infallible truth which they cannot otherwise rebut:

Every thing in the physical realm and life has two inseparable aspects, its apparent and hidden aspect. The limitation of human vision is that the apparent aspect can be seen by it only when a thing and person has dimensions, otherwise it will not be visible to him. Allah the Exalted informs about His Highness:

  • He the Exalted is the Eternal - The First and The Last.

 

  • And He is the Omnipresent, the One Who exhibits apparently His presence and existence; and simultaneously is the One Who maintains invisibility.

 

  • Be cognizant; He the Exalted is intrinsically and eternally the Knower of all the physical realm. [57:03]

 

: Active Participle: Definite; Singular; Masculine; nominative; ( مصدرظُهُورٌ Verbal Noun), denoting he who makes himself manifest and perceptible. Therefore, he the exalted Personally is never: the absent, absentee:

  • Thereby subjecting them to accountability on Day of Requital, Our Majesty will certainly question those people towards whom the Messenger were sent;

  • And We will certainly enquire from the Messengers about the response they received. [7:06]

  • Thereat, in response to their answer, Our Majesty will narrate the history to the Messengers in detail based on knowledge;

  • Mind it, We were never absent from the scene (like the Messengers after their natural death). [7:07]

Why the man cannot see the otherwise : perceptible and believes in him: in the state of not being in their sight? It is because of intrinsic limitation of vision faculty:

  • The visions cannot follow-"telescope" Him the Exalted;

  • And He the Exalted overtakes all the visions/conceptions.

  • Know it;  He is eternally Aware-Knowledgeable au fait of all niceties and delicacies-subtlety-refinements. [6:103]

Verb: Imperfect; Third Person; Singular; Feminine; Mood: Indicative; [Form-IV]; Suffixed fronted Object Pronoun: Third Person; Singular; Masculine, in accusative state ; مصدر-إِدْرَاكٌ Verbal Noun. It denotes following interruptedly to overtake some object. Vision through eyes is only a faculty - a facility, but we actually see and perceive the reality by the "eye of heart" - the locus of understanding, intellect and wisdom that has no limits and bounds of ascensions:

The entire human knowledge, intellect owes its formulation to the fact that everything in physical realm is composed, constituted or is a coupling of two created things - two elements. Nothing is let to appear in the physical domain individually as an independent singular unit in itself. Creator of the physical realm is the Only and Alone Unity, therefore:

  • He the Exalted is the Primal Originator-Creator of the Skies and the Earth;

 

  • He the Exalted has declared/appointed for you people the member of opposite sex of your own selves - species human as mates/spouses.

 

  • And He the Exalted has rendered the members of opposite sex of species mammals as mates;

  • He the Exalted spreads - demographically increases you people in it (binary composition of species).

  • There is not at all a physical object: matter and living for the purpose of describing Him the Exalted.

  • And He the Exalted is eternally the Listener [of what is said, at whatever frequency] and is of Vision - everything/act is in His focus. [42:11]

Since Allah the Exalted is such Living Unity Who is not absent from anywhere anytime,  time-space is merely a dot but: renders His Majesty perceptible in time and space, therefore, the kind of people who are: Mutta'qeena believe in Him the Exalted perceiving Him always present watching them in a condition that they see Him not. They are not like the majority of human beings:

  • Does he presumably assure himself that not a single one has watched him? [90:07]

Majority of human beings behave and react differently when they are under the focus of camera's eye than when they know none is watching them. But they realize not that the: is ever watching them wherever they might be. On the other hand: Mutta'qeena have ethics, virtue, deontology not as a ritual but as concrete reality, in reverence and regard of the Omnipresent.


: It occurs 12 times in ayahs: (1)2:03(2)5:94(3)12:52(4)18:22(5)18:61(6)21:49(7)34:53(8)35:18(9)36:11(10)50:33(11)57:25(12)67:12=12

  • They are the people who heartily accept and believe in the presence of the Unseennot in their sight: their Creator: Allah the Exalted.

 

  • And they steadfastly maintain the Institution of As-sa'laat: Time Bound Protocol of Servitude and allegiance to Allah the Exalted.

 

  • Further, they heartily spend some of the worldly resources for other's welfare out of that which Our Majesty have given them as sustenance. [only for seeking approval and attention of Allah the Exalted] [2:03]

 

 

  • They (Mutta'qeen) are the people who experience awe of Omnipresence of their Sustainer Lord despite being not in their sight

 

  • While they are alert - self-conscious about the Appointed Moment. [21:49]

 

 

  • While they had deliberately and persistently refused to accept it in earlier timeline;

  • And they kept hurling slanders and conjectures blindly from a far off place/remote relevance. [34:53]

  • You the Messenger [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam] can and will succeed in reviving-admonishing only that person who diligently pursued for the Message in the timeline;

 

  • And he felt awe of Omnipresence of Ar'Reh'maan the Exalted, without being in his sight.

  • Thereat, you the Messenger [Sal'lallaa'hoalaih'wa'salam] congratulate him with good news and guarantee forgiveness and magnificent reward. [36:11]

 

 

  • It is he who felt awe of Omnipresence of Ar'Reh'maan the Exalted, without being in his sight;

  • And he came with a dedicated heart. [50:33]

  • Indeed those people who experience awe of Omnipresence of their Sustainer Lord despite being not in their sight

 

  • Forgiveness and magnificent reward is guaranteed for them. [67:12] [Read also 21:49;35:18;36:11]

 

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