2012/09/19

Homo Sapiens and the Muslims

I have a hypothesis about earth and humans.

The history of islam.

Allah tells us that before Adam came to earth, there was only plants and animals on earth. When Adam came  to earth, he was around 100 feet (or 30 m). When Noah lived, he lived for 900 years. It doesn't tell how big he was though.

So, with these two "facts" I will now discover our past.

New data shows that the earth that we are living on has not been like this forever. It has been smaller and is still expanding. That is why the continents are separated. Otto Hilgenberg (1896-1976) introduced this theory in 1933. It explains very much of what happened with Homo Sapiens when it came 200,000 years ago. Homo Sapiens today says the anthropologists is a monkey, or has been a monkey, but there is no relation between them more than it is between a pig and a human being, if we look at the DNA of these species.

Back to earth. New data tells us that earth has been more green than it is today. The oxygen in the air was much higher, about 60 percent, compared to today's 23 percent. This made everything much bigger. The animals were bigger, the dinosaurs were bigger and it lasted until Adam. When Noah came I don't know what happened with earth, but there has been a deluge. About that I am not sure, but I am sure that Noah lived for 900 years, because if earth was smaller at the time of Noah then the earth must have had much more rotation around itself, which practically means that it spins faster. If you compare a big ball with a small one, which spins faster, the big one or the little one? That is why I am convinced that Noah really did live for 900 years, relatively.

There is some confusion between the scientists about where Homo Sapiens come from and how they expand. Because why are Homo Sapiens called Sapiens, "the wise"? Because it is. Allah taught us everything and every name on things to these people. The most interesting thing though, that I haven't found yet, is the first "Homo Sapiens". It is said to be in Africa, when the north pole was in the centre of the earth, but I want to find proof that it wasn't in Africa, but rather in Saudi-Arabia that the first "Homo Sapiens" was.

I don't disapprove Darwin's theory about change and development, but I am not convinced about his theory about Man coming from the Apes. They are separated, and that is what Scientists tells us too, even though they are trying to find similarities between the apes and man, which they find genetically, but they can't prove that they are the same. Even an insect like a fly and a man has almost the same DNA, genetically. That doesn't mean that we are insects. But I am interested in how man was created, from earth and water and where and when that happened...

To be continued...

A Guide to Islam

When you first is a Muslim it is overwhelming, most of the time. 

You will be fatigued of all new information you will get. So to be able to grasp everything, you must take time to read and contemplate. You will feel that what you hear and read is not what you have learnt as a child, teenager or as an adult. Until now you are unaware of what Islam has to offer and what Islam is. You are also unaware of what happens in the world and what is going on. On top of that you are also confused about what has been said and what you are going to read. There will be conflicts not only within yourself but also with others, and certainly discussion with other Muslims. The biggest struggle will still be with your own mind and soul. You are used to do things in a certain way, to think what you think. It is really difficult to change not only your belief and your thoughts but also your conception of life.

Islam is not only a way of living. 

It is not a lifestyle in the sense most people want it to be. Most people who reject Islam says that the Islamic lifestyle doesn’t fit them. Islam is not about fitting somebody’s views or personal lifestyle. Islam is about submission to the only and true God, the One who is Allah. Allah is above everything we ever think about God. If you think that you can imagine God, you are wrong. You can’t because every thought you have about God is created, and God is not created.

Islam is about telling the truth about who you are, why you are here on earth and what happens after we die. 

Many religions try to tell us about life and death and how we should live and die, but only Islam can give you the keys to a great lifestyle and a good life after death. 

No, you may think. Every religion tells you the same thing, that they have the truth. Yes, that is true, but only partly. They are partly guided, but most of their scriptures and traditions are changed into something unrecognized unto what it have been before. Every people have been guided, even the Native Americans and the Chinese people. Everybody. Everywhere and anytime. From the first man on earth to the last one. They have all had people who were directly demanded to tell the people about God. These people were called prophets. There has been thousands of prophets during centuries, from Adam and Eve until prophet Muhammad peace be upon him. The prophet who came before Muhammad peace be upon him, Jesus, will come back again as he is not dead yet.

Now you think that Islam is like Christianity.

No it is not. Christianity is about believing that a person is God and that God has a son and a mother. No, Islam is very clear on that subject. God is Allah and he is unique. He has no son, He is not created and he has not been born nor will He die. He is the Master of Universe and knows everything, even your thoughts and subconscious thoughts. He knows you better than you do yourself. He knows what is good for you, because He knows everything about you as he was the Creator of you and the earth and everything that exists. 

God is the Greatest and above everything we think He is. He is the One we will go back to and meet after this life. 

Really, you think. After this life. But there are so many who die every day without being Muslims. In what condition are they after death? Is God unjust? No God is never unjust. He is very merciful, but most people who don’t know that, they believe the opposite, and make fun of their Creator. They were nothing and they are nothing, and still they are not afraid of challenging and mocking God. They are the people that are furthest from Islam, the submission of Allah. And they will face the truth, because we all will, whether we want it or not. But we all wait for death and what happens after death. Because no Muslim will see the results of his or her actions and thoughts until after death. 

Even the Muslims are not safe by just being a Muslim. 

A Muslim must strive hard all his life to gain Paradise. And even when he strives for Paradise, it is not by his actions and belief that he will be enter Paradise, but with the mercy of Allah. It is only Allah who decides whether a person can enter Paradise. That is why nobody can judge a person today if he or she is going to Paradise or not. No one knows. Not even the Muslims. Only God knows. Allahu Alem.

The first year after my emigration or Why I left my job and country

The first year, 2011-2012, was a very hard year. 

The first couple of months was not only hard for us, the parents, but also the kids. Everything was new for us. Language, environment, people, culture, traditions, routines, school, food, friends and more. That is why I quit job and concentrated me on just be with my kids. It was a huge change in my life. From having so much to do, to now only concentrate on my kids and not having my husband around, was a big threat to myself. I went depressed, because I didn't do anything. My parents and sisters and brothers in law helped me with my kids. That would be great if it wasn't for the fact that I wasn't used to it. I hated it. 

I hated to be taking care of. 

My mother had ignored me when my kids were born. I had no help at all, all my life, and now everybody helped me. I couldn't stand it. It was quite terrible for somebody who had done everything, now had nothing to do. No job, no taking the kids to school, no studies, no friends, no one that understood me. My husband was far away from me and I was alone. I behaved very badly sometimes, and I regret that, but I was really depressed. But when I had my own place to stay, everything changed for the better. That is all about Patience and trials. I have went through it, not without complaining, but I have managed to survive and only good can come out of patience, because Allah has said that! 

After trials there will be relief! 

Biidnillah.