Those who abide by the Qur'an become wise and reasonable

Those who abide by the Qur'an become wise and reasonable

Those who abide by the Qur'an become wise and reasonable

Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation on A9TV dated October 4th, 2013

Adnan Oktar: The Qur'an is also the Book of being wise. Many topics are explained over and over in the Qur'an, that is because a unique purity prevails in the Qur'an. I mean the Qur'an does not describe wisdom and reason in an intricate system; it is pure and simple. There are repetitions in more than half of the Qur'an and that is to have a better understanding of the Qur'an. Consequently God explains the neat and simple rules of reason to us. When you put those rules into practice you become very wise and very consistent; otherwise these people we sometimes come across in the streets, people we sometimes see in some certain places come up; people crying, people in sorrow, people shouting and screaming, people who are suspicious, people who are disloyal, who are unfaithful, people who can never trust anyone, people who constantly ruin themselves with intense suspicions, people who harm the society they are living in. Majority of the people turn out to be like this, only rarely they end up being anything on the contrary. This is how they mostly end up. And the other rare ones are either coincidences or are people who have somehow learnt the good manners of Islam from one aspect and that is the reason why they turn out to be like that. That is why people who read the Qur'an should know that in every single verse they read, they would have a better understanding of the profundity of reason. This is also valid for the Torah and that is why Jews are reading the Torah day and night. Most of them end up becoming nearsighted because of reading too much. But that develops their brains amazingly, Jews are very intelligent because of that. They constantly look for secrets of the Torah and they constantly contemplate. They constantly try to find out and understand the profundity and the divine secrets explained in the Torah. Consequently their brains and their morality and personality develop.   


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