Surah Al Baqarah V.63-73

January 25, 2008 at 8:20 am Leave a comment

Curiousity and the Cow

Fatima I (Al Huda Student)
This lesson was about the story of Bani Israel and the cow, the story after which the surah was named. Allah (SWT) asked of them a simple order but they had to complicate it. Instead of simply sacrificing the cow they wanted specifics and they kept asking and asking until they were on the border of not carrying out the command at all. Again, this reminds me of Muslims today. Instead of simply carrying out our ordained duties, we have to ask questions about them, and in the end, it makes no difference to Allah (SWT), it only makes our life harder. So the next time you hear a command from Allah (SWT), remember to act on it without questioning it because He is the Always All Knowing, the Always All Wise.

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