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    Posted: 12 July 2022 at 7:38am
  As-Salaam alaikum,
 Verse or ayat 29 of chapter 39 of the Holy Qur'an reads:--

       "Allah puts forward this illustration: can a
        man who has for his masters several partners
        at odds with each other be considered equal
        to a man devoted wholly to one master?
        All praise belongs to Allah, though most do
        not know."  (39:29)

  One master, One constant.. The realization that there is only One does not efface the multiplicity of forms and images in our environment, but rather roots them in the One.
 Like an ephemeral treasure, this One reveals Himself while hiding; remains unheard when spoken to or addressed, but in an eternal act of speech while others endure is silence:-

       "Say [O My Prophet], if the whole ocean were ink
        for writing the words of my Lord, it would run dry
        before those words were exhausted- even if We were
        to add another ocean to it." (18:109)

 Thus we must deploy tawheed [Unity; Unification] to perceive WAHDANIYYA (Oneness) in forms and images seen in the Cosmos.
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