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Truth: that which is eternal, unchanging, sans limits, aspects of which can be:
cognized within mathematics;
intuited during epiphany;
experienced as this.

@guyatree 170725

@guyatree 170725
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He who obeys the Messenger has indeed obeyed Allah, but he who turns away, then we have not sent you as a watcher over them.“

Quran 4:80

Yes, that is the truth, and it in my view is true too that Hadiths, even when not direct orders from The Messenger, even now may example how The Messenger obeyed, and so be helpful as secondary or tertiary sources for any who hope to obey Allah as The Messenger did. (A good example is ever helpful for those who wish to learn, surely, even when events or persons or sayings are described,–not by Allah nor by The Messenger–but by eye witnesses, or even by middlemen working for factual history, as GOD wills.)

Now, this day, does that mean each muslim does well now and tomorrow to obey Allah exactly and only as The Prophet obeyed? Perhaps so. At any rate, it is without doubt that when Allah wants originals, not a copy, He knows how to make them, too

NB On thus 19th day of Ramadan 2016, this is not a reminder; it’s but a consideration of a reminder: Adonai echad

Peace in, akhi