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ادبستان 2012, 3(9): 128-154 Back to browse issues page
"No" negation," except "Affirmation from Molawi's Point of View
Ata Mohammad Radmanesh *
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The divine natured precursors and the speakers, who seek for the reality and truth, consider the blessing "there is no god excep Allah/God" as one of the means and bases necessary for excursion and achieving the world of certainty. They believe its neglecting is a hindrance preventing :union:.

The conscious remembrance of the beloved causes the one who paves the way of truth to renew his servitude treaty with his creator and beloved and to refresh the sweetness and joy of :union: time in his being.

The righteous,  truthful people are always resolved to pray the best blessings with all their heart and sole and that involves the negation of all except the God. Its indicator  is [no(no god)] and the affirmation of God,s  oneness represented by (except Allah/God) because as far as the belief in anything rather than God and duality has not been removed from the heart by the [except (except Allah)] broom, we are not allowed to enter the[except (except Allah)]  limit, illuminate our heart and, make it a place for the light of Allah.

The author is going to shortly review the blessing from the point of view of some poets and Gnostics and then to briefly investigate the terms no and (no god) and their association with [except (except Allah)]  in some of the Gnostic texts in the introduction section. Then the author will refer to their application and the beautiful, excellent images of them that Molana depicts for the insightful people.

Keywords: blessing, no, except, rejection, demonstration, Molavi
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/07/3 | Accepted: 2016/07/3 | Published: 2016/07/3
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Radmanesh A M. "No" negation," except "Affirmation from Molawi's Point of View. ادبستان. 2012; 3 (9) :128-154
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