The heart, usually qalb in Arabic, refers to both the corporeal heart that pumps blood and the ethereal heart that controls one’s spiritual state. The literal meaning of the word qalb means ‘to turn’ which describes how the heart constantly turns or changes to different states.
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n the Quran, the surahs are organized neither chronologically nor thematically, but roughly by length, from longest to shortest. Some surahs have a lot of ayahs, or verses, but just because a surah has many verses, that doesn’t always mean it is longer than a surah with less verses.
Depending on who you ask, Jesus might be the pre-existent son of God, an illuminated spiritual teacher, a reincarnation of the Buddha, a prophet, or a mythological reprint of the man-god archetype. Read this post to learn what the Quran says about Jesus.
Arabic is one of the world’s greatest languages, with expansive vocabulary, gorgeous calligraphy, and rich history. It is considered the most important language in the Semitic family, due to its large number of speakers. Read on to learn about all the types of Arabic.
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The Quran is a compilation of stories and teachings, with guidance from Allah told in the span of 114 chapters, each with varying lengths and verses.
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While all surahs in the Most Noble Quran are saturated with power when read, memorized, or recited, there are some surahs which are given more importance in the canonical literature of the sunnah.
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