Book: Can a Bridge Build Itself ?
Author: Omer A. ERGI
About the Book
A believer recognizes and affirms Almighty God. In his view this world is an abode where the Name of the All-Merciful One is constantly recited, a place of instruction for man and the animals, and a field of examination for man and jinn. All animal and human deaths are demobilization. Those who have completed their duties of life depart from this transient world for another, happy and trouble-free, world so that place may be made for new ones to come and work. Very many more subtle, exalted, pleasurable, and sweet truths like these become manifest and appear from belief.
About the Author:
O. Atilla Ergi is a freelance writer and translator living in Melbourne, Australia. The main themes of his writings and translations are faith, social problems, and education.
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