Gandhi was asked one day whether he was a Hinda, and his answer was uniquely significant
he said : “Yes I am, I am also a Muslim, a Christian, a Buddhist, and a Jew”
It took me days to really understand what Gandhi means behind these significant words
and finally i found the answer. It is that regardless of the differences that we have today among us, we still belong to HUMANITY
I have to say first that Gandhi perceived humanity better than millions of Muslims.
- What is your belief of humanity ?
I think this is a really an important question.. if you haven’t thought about it, you are really lost and there is no need for your existence in this world.
here is what i believe:
I believe that all of us Muslims ( sunni, shiaat) Christian, Jews, etc are seeking a better understanding of humanity so they choose their religion based on assumption that their religion is the best representative of humanity. In fact, their assumption doesn’t come arbitrarily… it comes from a long experience and several sources. So basically if we are all going toward a humanity, if we are all working really hard to have a better understanding of it.. then why the hell we are focusing on our differences and making a wasteful argument about who is right or wrong. Why we are playing a god role to determine who is going to heaven or hell? Is it really important to know who is really going to hell or who is going to heaven? Let’s have instead an argument about how we can be a best representative of humanity in this world. Let compete in who give and help the society more. Let us all Muslim, Christian, Jews and all others be together and share our happiness and our pains together
Let’s share happiness together .. is that really difficult!