Birth, God & Unlimited Mercy – a Thought from Imam Abdul Latif Finch

Absolute free will is total freedom to do whatever one wants whenever one wants.

However, no one has the ability to choose when to be born.

Therefore, no one has absolute free will.

Without absolute free will human beings are left with relative free will.

That which is relatively free is fairly restricted.

That which is fairly restricted requires something that limits it.

This limitation may be natural to it or imposed.

That which is limited is necessarily incapable of imposing this same limitation.

So, that which has a restricted free will has its limitation imposed upon it necessarily.

That which necessarily chooses when the human being is to be born, it follows, has absolute free will regarding her.

That which has absolute free will does not suffer limitation.

The Creator has absolute free will.

Therefore, the Creator necessarily imposes a restriction on the human being without limitation.

Therefore, in an unlimited fashion, God imposes His absolute free will on her.

Quote by Imam Abdul Latif Finch

Quote by Imam Abdul Latif Finch

Something presented to another freely is a gift.

That which is presented absolutely freely is an unqualified gift.

An unqualified gift is an unlimited mercy.

The Creator, as indicated above, chose me to be born when He did as a mercy without limitation.

In this sense, birth is itself a proof for a Creator characterized with unlimited mercy.

Muhammad Abdul Latif Finch

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