Divine Thoughts in the View of Abdul Rahuman
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The thought of the Lord appears when one looks at the events seen in daily life and thinks deeply about them. Therefore, “Irai Sinthanai Thoughts in the View of Abdul Rahuman' is chosen as the title of this review article to convey the ideas, thoughts, beliefs, etc. about God. The study is carried out in such terms as algorithms. In the sense that these creations are deified, all living and inanimate objects in the world were created by the one and only God, and that religions call these things by the names of heredity, paramanma, god, lord, and that religions and religious principles should be in place to dispel the prejudice of men who claim that their religious god is the best. Since God holds within Himself all the powers of the giants, such as land, water, air, fire, and sky, which are necessary for life to exist, it makes sense that discriminating against God in His creation is tantamount to distinguishing Himself. In the sense of divine experience, we must reach the Lord who bestows that pleasure so that the lives in the world may attain lasting happiness and pleasure. That is the bliss of eternal bliss, and when that life reaches that state of bliss the two become one with the Lord. There are many saints and saints who have attained such supremacy. They have realized and realized the divine vision and divine experience that they have seen through her experience. Thus, Abdul Rahuman is situated in the pleasure of music, in the rhythm of beauty, in the experience of bliss, in the expression of joy, in a way that is indescribable in words, and in the way he realizes his divine experience as one who has seen and experienced God. In the sense of the means of attaining the Lord, just as the pious theologians show how to receive the grace of the Lord, Abdul Rahman also exemplifies the pursuit of worldly pleasures and attachments, helping one another, living in harmony with virtues without succumbing to vices, such as arrogance. Abdul Rahman points out that the only way to attain God is through the attainment of maturity by realizing through his experience that God is responsible for all the deeds in this world.
- Abdul Rahman, (2003a) Kadavulin Mugavari, National publication, Chennai, India.
- Abdul Rahman, (2003b) Muthangal Oivathillai, National publication, Chennai, India.
- Abdul Rahman, (2003c) Thattathe Thiranthirukirathu, National publication, Chennai, India.
- Abdul Rahman, (2017) Nilavilirunthu Vanthavan, National publication, Chennai, India.