Barkat Ali Meher Angez

Psalm of lovers

Wisdom of Everything: Wherever in the Qur’an “everything” is mentioned, you should not think only of lower things and forget the higher ones. Thus in verse (36:12) where God says that He has encompassed everything in the Imām-ī mubīn, one should think of everything to which the word “thing (shay )” is applicable so that we should also include the great things such as the Throne, Pedestal, the Pen, the Tablet, and also the Divine manifestation, for all these are encompassed in the Imām-ī mubīn, who is the mirror which shows God. And there are numerous proofs of this fact.

Proof of Imāmat

It is evident from the discovery of the above-mentioned facts that the creative form of the universe and man, or the external world and the internal world, is the law of God and His practical book, in which there is no room for any kind of doubt, because its signs are clear and visible in a practical form for the people of insight. And it is a fact that book which is free from any kind of doubt can eventually become the source of certitude for all people, as God says in verse (41:53): “ (During the revelation of the Qur’ān,  Soon We will show our sign to them in the horizons (of the world) and within themselves until it becomes manifest to them that He is true.”

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Caskets of Pearls Vol 1

Q30    In the light of the knowledge of certainty that you have about the observation of the miracles of God in the external world (afaq) and the inner world (anfus), tell us whether the farmān of Mawlā cAlī (a.s.): “I am the miracles of Allah”, is not the wisdom-filled exegesis of verse (41:53)? Is it not the greatest sign and the greatest miracle that the exalted Imam can manifest himself in his luminous body (subtle body) in front of you?

A30    Certainly this farmān of Mawlā cAlī (a.s.) is the wisdom-filled exegesis of verse (41:53). In this world God’s greatest sign and greatest miracle, which is the compendium of signs and miracles, is the Imam’s manifestation in his luminous body (subtle body).

Caskets of Pearls Vol 1

Q146    It is said in a (hadīth): “Indeed to look at the Imam is (cibādat) (worship) and to look at the Mushaf (i.e. the Qur’ān) is [also] (cibādat)”. What kind of looking at the Imam, i.e. the speaking Qur’an and the Mushaf, i.e. the silent Qur’an can be (cibᾱdat)? If someone is blessed to have the luminous (dīdār) of the Imam and the Qur’an, which kind of (cibādat) would this be?

A146    For those who look at the true Imam and the noble Qur’an with devotion and love, it is their visual (cibādat). The (cibādat) of the luminous (dīdᾱr) of the Imam and the Qur’an is highly exalted. Since one of the names of the Imam is (ᾱyᾱt) (signs, miracles) and the Qur’an is also the compendium of (āyāt), thus according to the Divine promise: “Soon We will show them Our signs …” (41:53), people can see all the miracles of the exalted Imam and the mighty Qur’an within themselves.

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