Now we see almost the same thing happening in the age of technology and internet. With every Islamic quote, hadith or sayings with a bit of difference, “you must share this to, at least, fifty people or do not forget to share. I know you will not have time to share this. If you share and forward this to others, you will be blessed with a lot of rewards…sharing such a message is Sadaqa Jaariyah, and if you do not share, you will be punished by Allah.”
Islam refers sleep to as “half-death”…a fact which science defines it as suspension of consciousness being different from coma and hibernation.
Sleep is one of the signs of the creation of God (Allāh). “And among his signs is your sleep by night and by day and your seeking of His bounty, verily in that are Signs for those who hear” [Al-Rum 30.23].
The only thing that makes a man really free from any form of bondage is his turn to Divinity. His submission to the will of Lord that sets him really free from the illusions of the human. God’s devotion is Devotion without dependence, a Devotion that liberates and elevates. In the experience of this intimacy a man perceives the presence of the Being, of the Divine and attains an independent and a true meaning of freedom in life.
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