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You didn't create man
Nor teach him speech or letters,
You can't see all things at once
Nor remember them forever,
You can't see all beings at once
And remember their behavior,
You can't independently sustain
Your existence nor that of another,
You can't determine who will be your father,
Sister mother or brother,
You can't restore light
To the Earth when the Sun dies,
You can't restore vision
To a blind man's eyes,
You can't retrieve what is snatched by a fly,
Nor, can you live a second beyond
The moment you are schedule to die,
There is nothing great about a color,
A flag, land or man,
This is no complicated story,
To Allah belongs
All praise and glory.


Habib Abu Lateef


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