Thursday, October 24, 2013

Islam Recalculated/Free Download

Free download, By Wolves Devoured, October 31 All Day/No Limits on Downloads! First Happy Halloween— e-horror— — Diversity in Islam as in any other religion is but a name, voicing the alienation of the spirits within a spirit, where dwells the cosmic Whole.—It is not barred by any barriers or boundaries, but by the illusion of ‘I’.— I, Me and My, these stars of tyranny, whirling the flames of ego, self, I-ness to such a wild conflagration that all turn to ashes with the exception of self-created canker of selfishness.— Religious texts, centuries ago, had set a stage for fear, hope, Reason for all generations.— Talmud, Mahabharata, Bible, Quran, all steeped in myth, fantasy, reality, demanding the attention of the Faithful.— Overwhelming the believers with contradictions, strewing the tree of knowledge with the beads of morals, its roots besmirched with the mud of incest, murder, violence?— Damnation all, Truth tossing and turning in the grave of penance to reveal itself with the pulse of time?— Wars, betrayals, punishments, glad tidings, promise of peace, love!— —‘Take our salutations, Lord, from any quarter Infinite of might and boundless in Your Glory. You are all that is, since everywhere we find You.” Bhagavad Gita— —‘You have made us for Yourself and our heart is restless until it rests in You.’ St. Augustine.— —Blasphemy is a term invented by the pious fools, who fear that the foundations of religion are in danger of crumbling even against the slightest whiff of fury or imagination, which their costive brains can neither fathom, nor fashion.— — There is a world of Islam all pure and shimmering somewhere outside the jungles of history blackened with the soot of bigotry, violence, bloodshed.— A world of love out of the soiled pages of time, where Islam has claimed only a fraction of space in the phantasmagoric genius of Thought and Timelessness.— Imagine a world of beauty where tyranny of ignorance has been slain by the word of love.— Who would dare look into the eyes of such a world?— Only the Seekers of Knowledge?— —Prophet Muhammad’s sayings:— To bring joy to a single heart is better than to build many shrines.— Allah has treasures beneath the Throne, the keys whereof are the tongues of the poets.— He who wrongs a Jew or a Christian, will have me as his accuser.— God has no mercy on those who do not have mercy.— Judaism:— Whosoever killeth a human being, it shall be as if he has killed all mankind, and whoso saveth the life of one, it shall be as if he has saved the life of mankind. Judaic Law— Sayings of Jesus:— Be you perfect as your Father in Heaven is Perfect.— Seek ye first the kingdom of heaven, and all those things will be added unto you.— Old sayings:— Everything is meant to be, including the effort to change everything.— If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember what you said.— Giving is the spark that ignites the fire of love. You have the power to start a blazing fury of selfless love.— ‘The outward Kaaba Abraham did built— The inward Kaaba was as the Lord Almighty willed.’ Ansari— ‘My heart has become capable of every form— It is a pasture of gazelles— And a convent for Christian monks— And a temple for idols and the pilgrim’s Kaaba— The tablets of the Torah and the book of the Quran— I follow the religion of Love— Whatever way lover’s camels take— That is my religion and my faith.’ Ibn-Al-Arabi— Silence and solitude are great books, more enlightening than any books ever written.— For, the books in print fail to teach or edify us spiritually, while spiritual knowledge can only be learnt from inner experience.— We have forgotten to read the unwritten books within us, though they remain crisp and fresh, not moth-eaten by time, and longing to reveal their secrets if we could take the time to riffle through those pages of wisdom and knowledge from within.—Blissfully and astonishingly we would learn that one is no less or better than anyone else on the face of this earth.— That love is the only key to unlock the portals of peace and harmony.

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