God and Afterlife: A Logical Approach (2)

Published January 8, 2012 by sidmary

I believe that there is a life after Death; that everyone is going to be resurrected and justice will be ordained and people will eventually get what they deserve.

I believe that everything is directed towards an end. I see that all mortals die; and all which are not mortal, decay in the normal course of life. Nothing lives or stays forever. Everyone and everything is directed towards culmination. That is the course for every small thing I see, and that makes me believe that every big thing too must eventually finish off. That is why I believe that the Earth and the skies will all culminate too: that all are directed and moving towards an end. I believe in what is called “Al-Aakhirah”- The Last (Day)

I believe that Justice will be ordained and everyone will be treated justly. The world judges on appearances and is often corrupt. The court does not know what lives at the heart and the intentions of each person. That way, people sometimes cannot prove and thus do not get what is rightfully theirs. Moreover, there are many`instances when a person is degraded socially, emotionally or spiritually. This greatly affects a person’s life but is not something the court can deal with. However, every such “crime” needs to be punished.

It also happens that a person works hard, honestly and devotedly and does not get what he  deserves. Instead, someone else gets it through a personal connection or influence leaving the first person rubbing his hands.  I believe that when justice is so important to humans that they establish courts for it, then it would be more so for their Creator, and that he too would set court for it. There, people who did any sort of wrong in the world will be punished; and people who worked for a better world, even if there work did not pay, will be rewarded. And as I believe that God is All-Knowing, there is nothing that will be left uninvestigated.

There are good people on Earth and bad bad people. People who are righteous, pious and honest; and people who live lives of self-devoutness, misguide people and wreck havoc on Earth. It is not rational that both the kinds come to the same end. History oft speaks of righteous people living extremely difficult lives and being killed and burned on stakes for their righteousness; and tyrants being respected and honored in their lives and even after that. That really good people at heart are considered and known bad by the world, and treated accordingly; and really bad people have their vices kept behind curtains, and are spoken greatly of. That a person kills people for his personal reasons and another person seeking justice, is killed in the pursuit. A Hitler and a Saint do not deserve the same end. That is why I believe that when Justice is ordained, people will be punished or rewarded rightly. I believe in Heaven and Hell.

I believe in Afterlife.

Sidra Maryam

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