Concept of Hereafter

CONCEPT OF HEREAFTER

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al Risala, September 1988

THE BEST NEWS EVER

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al Risala, September 1988

THE TRAVELER THROUGH LIFE

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al Risala, August 1988

Abdullah ibn Umar tells us how the Prophet once took him by the shoulders and said: “Live in this world as though you were a wayfarer.” (Sahih al-Bukhari, Hadith No. 6416)

WE IGNORE THE GREATEST CERTAINTY

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al-Risala April 1988

CUTTING MAN TO SIZE

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al-Risala October, 1987

After the death of former Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, the Government of India planned that her house should be maintained as a museum so that people might come and pay their tributes to the memory of the most powerful woman in the world – who died a martyr.

NO WRONG ANSWERS IN THE HEREAFTER

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al-Risala October, 1987

A one million rand (about Rs. 50 lakhs) prize was bagged at a TV quiz show, ‘Operation Hunger Goldrush’ in Johannesburg by Mr. John Smeddle, although he gave the wrong answer to the final question.

AN UNFINISHED STORY

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan |Concept of Hereafter|  Al-Risala September, 1987

Mr. P.N. Pathak joined the Hindustan Times Staff as an ordinary worker, in 1958, and, owing to his devotion and dedication to work, finally succeeded in securing the high post of Deputy Superintendent in its composing department. His early death of heart failure, at the age 50 on December 27, 1984 brought his career to an untimely end.

SKIN SPEECH

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al-Risala, June 1987

Man’s skin, according to the Quran will testify against him on the Day of Judgement:

Reason or Deception

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Concept of Hereafter | Al-Risala, April 1987, p. 13

The Quran makes it clear that a prophet invariably adopts the standpoint of Bayyinah, that is, reason. By contrast, his opponents have nothing on which to base their arguments save blind opposi­tion and deception. While a Prophet’s words are based on facts, his opponents’ utterances are founded on egoism and contumacy.