Somewhere Between Hell and Heaven
The current dilemma is that we live somewhere between Hell and Heaven and still believe that we are on track without losing our future vision, past and present. We, the slaves of our pleasures, lusts, and immature impulsivity, always live and thrive here; however, it is not the goal of life worthy of achieving being there which is nowhere or if it has somewhere then it is between Hell and Heaven hence suggesting we are nowhere as compared to where we want to lead.
Our present and past dictate that we live in hell while our imagination tells us that we are close to Heaven, yet in between both places known in the Quran, as in Al-Araff, neither progressing towards heavens nor regression towards hell. In this book, Muattar Ali discusses the history of Muslim civilization when discoveries and innovations were critical aspects of scholarship and intellectualism. Now comparing the past with the present and hoping for the future, they have lost rational thinking, creative arts, and sciences, leading them to the heavens on this planet.
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I live in Karachi city, Pakistan. ANish publications publish this book. I have been a senior writer, researcher, and editor in the ANish platform for years while specializing in psychology, impacting information technology. I write about business, literature, human psychology, and technology in blogs and websites for clients and companies. As a writer, I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling.
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