Magic Ball

 

Since time immemorial this phrase has been the natural essence of human existence, even though many are not aware of it. All nature attests to this underlying principle. Fall leaves that fall; (And the helpless pearl) which is pitted against its very big water (which stands up) is a very great wind. their ivy, distant horizons, prostration before their creators and falling stars, all support the validity of this phrase. Their transcendental harmony stands high above our artificial means of communicating technique. But each spear to be turned back is according to the right of the Almighty and there is a difference between the mighty human soul and the beautiful objects of nature.

God’s Best Creation, humans have free rights and use artificial means to survive and seek their pleasure. Small natural objects, which lack the capacity for contemplation and thought have acquired all the essential wisdom that makes them bow their heads before their Creator to seek guidance and maintain communion with Him. Prayer is a way of connecting the Creator with the made. We humans remain unaware of the miracles of prayer and the content it offers.

The essence of prayer has been misunderstood by many of us. (It is not possible) or or very (for us a sign) which shows the evidences that show the omnipotence of Allah Almighty. Thus prayer is the acknowledgment of the fact by humans, endowed with selfish desires and abilities, that we are really just puppets and that in the final analysis everything comes from that heavenly power – Allah. It is resignation to His will and most significantly, prayer is a network system operated to express our desires.

The more we obey Him, the more He listens and speaks to us.

It’s like a magic ball that lies inside all of us and we ignore the power this ball holds. Undoubtedly, our heavenly master wants us to ask Him for the desires of the heart; he wants us to talk to him, and no problem or need is too trivial for him. But if we think of God as merely a deliveryman bringing us to fulfill our desires, we lose the spiritual closeness that comes from hearing Him, rather than just hoping, ‘He will fulfill our list of demands.’ Imagine a teenage girl on a cell phone.

She was probably shaking from some of the rumors, completely unaware that her conversation might be completely one-sided. Likewise, God doesn’t always want to be on the receiving end of a one-sided conversation with us. As much as we want to be heard, our Divine Teacher wants us to hear Him even more than that. It is a well-known fact in academia that makes more sense a student uses to learn new ideas, the higher percentage of concepts he or she will absorb.

During prayer, we have the opportunity to use hearing as well as speaking.

If we choose to use only one of these senses, we will short-transform ourselves. When we are silent, we can pay better attention to God’s instructions and can internalize the direction He gives us. Contemplative prayer is the key word given to the habit of praying in silence. You may be thinking: I usually keep quiet when I pray. Are you really? Do you maintain deep silence long enough to hear God speak to you?

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