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What’s the real problem of man!

A crying baby in the absence of its mother may be given toys and may stop crying for a while. You may then try giving chocolate, a balloon, sing a song. but again after a while the baby will cry again. You may give everything but with nothing of this worldly items, the baby gets satisfied.  BUT WHEN MOTHER COMES, THE CHILD’S CREIS & WORRIES ARE GONE. The child stops crying. The heart of the child was seeking something that nothing of this world could replace. The absence of the mother was the actual problem of the baby. Baby is ready to sacrifice anything for one thing, for its mother.  Even if the baby has everything, but without a mother, it’s just like it has nothing. But even if it has nothing but has mother closely it’s like having everything. 

In similar are we all, We the human, the son of man. Look at our problems. The actual problem of mankind is not the absence of necessities in life. Our cries for one toys after another will keep on, until our hearts find Allah.  The Prophets of Allah (Peace be upon them) knew the actual problem of man and their efforts were for one thing, to connect man with his Creator, his true Master.  They worked for one solution that got every problem solved. If you try to solve all the problems of man but don’t try to solve that one real problem, problems will remain. Our problem is the absence of Allah in our life, which is the real problem. All our cries and complaints are because of our heart misses what it really wants.  

If one has everything but no Allah in life, it’s like he has nothing. While someone has nothing but has Allah, is like he has everything. 



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