Publish dateThursday 11 July 2024 - 10:32
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Ashura, messages and consequences (2)

Ashura in the dimension of faith and belief

Ashura in the dimension of faith and belief
Seyyed Abdullah Nayab/ Belief in monotheism and belief in God does not remain only in the mind of a God-fearing Muslim, but must flow and wave in all the affairs, conditions and angles of his life. Theology and knowledge of the creator of the universe should be reflected in the individual life and social positions of a Muslim, and this belief should show its place in human life.
If we pay attention to the sermons, pilgrimages, pilgrimage letters and speeches of Imam Hussain (AS) in Karbala and on the road, the issue of unity, prophethood, resurrection, justice and imamate is prominent and obvious. If we consider the behavior and performance of Imam Huda, including Imam Hussain (AS) based on their duties, each and every detail of the Karbala incident is meaningful and every imam who was in the situation of Imam Hussain (AS) would have acted exactly like that. 
The movement and uprising of Imam Hussain (AS) was in the direction of reviving the command of good and forbidding evil, and he did not want the government, but to reform affairs and call to the truth and reject falsehood, and even in the social and human dimension of the Ashura movement as a It is a model and a lesson for anti-oppression campaigns in the present era.
The Ashura uprising and the God-centered movement of Imam Hussain, peace be upon him, had such a manifestation of monotheism that it caused this fiery and molten uprising to pass through the heart of important historical events, proud and lasting, and evokes the natural and human state, and today it is a permanent event and has become immortal.
The most obvious thing in the belief issue of Ashura in Imam's uprising was the distinction between right and wrong, truth and falsehood, beauty and ugliness, humiliation and honor, blindness and sight, deafness and deafness, stupidity and wisdom, and finally, death and life. The Imam addressed it in different cases and homes and even raised these issues among his companions on the night of Ashura.
As human beings, lovers, devotees and followers of Hosseini, we must test ourselves to what extent we are familiar with these meanings and concepts in our lives, and do we distinguish them from each other? Are we looking for its correct example in movement and do we act on them?!
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