Burj Khalifa – Arabic Calligraphy

Burj Khalifa Arabic Calligraphy

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Faith cannot be spread using a sword

In the era of darkness, a radiant
light from the heavens, took birth,
With his actions not just words,
he guided humans to self-worth.

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He taught them, who was their
lord, the most merciful of all,
despite our sins, if sincere, we
can be forgiven before we fall.

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We are often told, no matter
what, to always fear our Lord,
‘To hell’ one is condemned,
before God’s judgement is called.

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But you see, Hussain, just like
Muhammad, didn’t force religion,
For faith which has reached the
heart can never hurt any creation.

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I now understand, why in Karbala
Hussain never used his sword,
He sacrifice his family and him-
self, to save the faith of his Lord.

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So, hold on to this very faith, which
was sent to cure every heart ache
Be cautions, in the name of religion,
never force anyone, to hopelessly break.
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Lesson from the People of Prophet Salih (as)

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With compassion, by Salih, the
nation of Thamud, was requested
Only though knowing their Lord,
mankind could remain protected.

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Sent directly by God, a
medicine to every living soul,
to fill what was once empty,
preserving them to be whole.

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To prove how true was his noble
message, he was demanded,
To ‘emerge a she-camel, from
a rock,’ they blindly worshipped.

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God accepted their request
and showed his miracle
in return, water must always
be in access to the she-camel.

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They allowed the access of water as
commanded for just a short period
Once again, they grew ignorant
and from God’s path, they deviated.

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It was just merely water, that
they felt too stingy to share
A miracle they once asked God,
they now planned to massacre.

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I wonder, if I were God, how
angered of this act would I be
But he is the Lord of All, most
merciful, if only they could see.

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For this sin committed, God still
gave them a fair chance, in 3 days
Their punishment would be called
off, if only they seeked forgiveness.

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Proudly, they challenged
the punishment of God,
upon themselves they
called the wrath of God.

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I now wonder how many times do
we receive gifts without asking
A gift directly from God, to keep
our souls pure, from sinning.

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Everything the Lord does,
is always best for us
So why do we abuse his
gift, becoming more worse.

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Explore deep inside

‘My kind is much better
than your kind’
I wonder, what exactly
have they defined?

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One who claims to be
known from a superior race
Show me, how are you higher
and others are a disgrace?

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Can you prove me, just one race
has served all of humanity?
With no injustice ever done, while others
have caused nothing but misery?

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I can’t and nor can you bring
such an impossible prove
For I, myself, full of faults
have so much to improve.

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Day in and day out, we all strive
to live and become the best
But when you discriminate,
you steal our path to this quest

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You see, no one was not born with any
special talents, due to their nationalities
We learned to differ, according to our
interests, forming different personalities
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And so, no one was born racist,
it was never their mentality
Taught to dislike those, without
knowing, created bigotry

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‘My kind is much better
than your kind’
I wonder what exactly
have they defined?

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Could you create a painting
bright with just one colour?
How would you remove its
dullness, I now wonder?

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For colours only makes a painting
more beautiful to the eyes
And as humans, let’s explore,
what does each hold deep inside.

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When throwing a small stone
across water, can cause a ripple
Speak up against racism, make
a difference, even if it’s little.

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Sakina Imprisoned

A soul so pure, that couldn’t be
held within sham’s prison
To Sakina reaches death, once
and for all – giving her soul freedom.

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Yet, I can still
hear her cries,
screaming she
is orphaned.

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Though death let her
free, her grief for
her father, has forever
left her imprisoned

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