Islam. Beliefs ‘ The mere holding of a belief is no virtue in itself’ , Ali Shari’ati. “Know, O beloved, that man was not created in jest or at random, but marvelously made and for some great end.” Al- Ghazali , The Alchemy of Happiness. The Human Problem. Forgetfulness of God
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‘The mere holding of a belief is no virtue in itself’, Ali Shari’ati
(as a side note, there is no conception of original sin in Islam)
Alhambra Palace, Grenada Spain
In gardens of bliss…a multitude will be seated on couches set close together…Immortal youths will serve them with goblets, pitchers and cups filled with water from a spring which will not upset them or dull their senses; and they may choose fruit of any kind and whatever fowl they desire and chaste companions with eyes of beauty like pearls hidden in shells….We formed them perfectly and made them spotless virgins, chastely amorous and of the same age (Sura 56. 12-17)
Indeed, Allah will admit those who believe and do righteous deeds to gardens beneath which rivers flow. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and pearl, and their garments therein will be silk. (Sura 22.23)