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Do Our Hearts Break? | The Illusions Of Love
4th April 2017|LecturesVideos

Do Our Hearts Break? | The Illusions Of Love

Younus AlGohar explains how the illusions we create affect us and how to find out who you are in the mirror of the truth in order to adopt a lifestyle which agrees with your nature. His Holiness gives a guideline on how to overcome your failures and live a balanced lifestyle.

Main points:

– It is very rare that any relationship is crystal clear, however, when the illusion we create of a relationship shatters, it can be painful. Some people are addicted to bottling up their emotions out of fear of exposing their flaws to the public and damaging their perfect image. Even this fear could be illusionary. Most people in this world are pious because they are hiding their true character; they have two faces.

– Most of the time people already have a self-fabricated stories about us in their minds which they use to judge us. It is very important to find out the intention behind somebody’s action before you judge them. Some people’s intentions are clear through their actions, however, some people struggle to convey their thoughts and talk backwards; this happens when you do not know what you want, you suppress yourself because you adopted a lifestyle that doesn’t agree to your nature.

– Knowing yourself in the mirror of the truth: how does your mind react to emotions? To weakness? To strength? When the mind doesn’t react to weakness perfectly, we are most likely to fall into the ditch of inferiority complex. Failure pushes you to feel inferior, but you need to learn: you are not inferior because you failed. You need to rectify the mistake and move on.

– HDE Gohar Shahi said: ‘Neither inferiority complex nor superiority complex is a good thing. Stay in the middle.’ You should attribute your successes to the important decisions you made in your life and your failures to the mistakes. This is balance.

– Before finding faults in other, keep a check and balance of yourself. We should know who we are. We should know how balanced or imbalanced – spiritually or emotionally – we are. There are physical diseases which we know the symptoms for, but what about the emotional, mental and behavioural diseases? These are the issues nobody knows how to deal with.

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Younus AlGohar

Representative of The Awaited One Lord Ra Riaz Gohar Shahi. Recognised as Ambassador of Peace and Man of Valour. Advocate of divine love and interfaith harmony.
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New Video: Ayat e Tatheer Ka Pas Manzar | By His Holiness Younus AlGohar www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrdhGB4VcJI

Younus AlGohar explains the background of the famous verse of the Koran known as Ayat-e-Tatheer, Koran 33:33. He reveals who exactly God was addressing in this verse and why.

Main points

- The addressees of this verse are the wives of Prophet Mohammad. First, God says to them, 'You are the wives of a prophet. You are not common women; therefore, you must understand your position and rank. Do not behave like the average woman.'

- The pre-Islamic era is known as the Age of Ignorance. In the Age of Ignorance, women had their own style of makeup, fashion and conduct. The wives of Prophet Mohammad had been wearing makeup and fashion of the Age of Ignorance. In this verse of the Koran, God reprimands them for it, advises them to obey God and his Messenger and give the religious tax. He also says at the end that he has decided to purify them of all impurities.

- The Koran also says, 'O' wives of Prophet Mohammad, if you engage in any wrongdoings you will be given double punishment as compared to common women because you are not common women.'

- In the West, women and men mingle with one another freely; however, when it comes to the issue of public toilets, toilets are segregated by sex in order to avoid potential dangers. Similarly, God foresees many other issues due to which he forbid women from mingling with men unnecessarily.

- Any Muslim who thinks that Ayat-e-Tatheer was for Prophet Mohammad's progeny - Bibi Fatima, Imam Hassan, Imam Hussain and Syeda Zainab - is committing an act of disbelief. As they are the progeny of Prophet Mohammad, they are pure to begin with. They were born with divine energy. Since God said in Ayat-e-Tatheer, 'We have decided to purify them of impurity,' this does not apply to them.

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