I would like to ask why ALLAH ALMIGHTY send us in this agony full world and ALLAH says no one pays for anyone else’s deeds then why are we sent in this world over the mistake done by Adam and Eve…and if Satan disobeyed ALLAH ALMIGHTY then why did ALLAH bring us into this game of hell or heaven and why did ALLAH give Satan the right to disturb our peace and make it difficult for us to choose the right path and the more close we come to ALLAH the more HE tests our love and patience. and ALLAH is so paak then why did HE make such a way of giving birth to a child and all these temptations towards doing sin and then stopping from it… I mean why did ALLAH send us into this world… whatever did we do that HE first created us and then sets rules (which I don’t mind obeying) but these questions keep irritating my mind. I shall be very thankful if you can really help me with this.
I’ll try to answer each of your questions in turn, although they are related to each other (and despite the fact that many of them have been addressed before on our website):
I would like to ask why ALLAH ALMIGHTY send us in this agony full world and ALLAH says no one pays for anyone else’s deeds then why are we sent in this world over the mistake done by Adam and Eve
I need to make two points here:
The first is that according to the Qur’an it was not Adam’s mistake that brought us to this world. Adam was already in this world before doing what he did. Therefore, naturally, even if he had not disobeyed God’s command about the forbidden tree, still his future generation (us) would have been in this very world. Please refer to some of the previous questions and answers about the location of Adam before committing the mistake .
In this same agony filled world exist other creatures like animals and nature and it seems like they are getting on quite well in their routine life! It seems like it is only the human being that sometimes feels that he is in an agony- filled world. This can lead us to believe that perhaps the problem is not about the location (i.e. the world) but it is about the specific and exclusive role that we (human beings) have in this world. This role entitles us superior intelligence (compared to other creatures on the earth), and freewill in matters relating to the choice between right and wrong and good an evil. A role that can lead us to a very superior position (in heaven) or worst of the positions (in hell).
I therefore transform your question to one that seems to be more accurate:
why did ALLAH ALMIGHTY give us such exceptional role that makes us feel agony in this world
The answer to this question is given in the Qur’an:
We did indeed offer the Trust (Al-Amana) to the Heavens and the Earth and the Mountains; but they refused to undertake it, being afraid thereof: but man accepted it; he was indeed unjust and foolish (33:72)
According to the above verse, it was human being himself that accepted this role.
So here comes my second point:
Adam, by his mistake, did not affect our destiny. The mistake that Adam committed was a consequence of the human decision to undertake the Trust (Al-Amana). A Trust that gives him free will as well as authority. Adam did not do anything lower than the routine standards of any human being. All of us (more or less) are committing similar mistakes, quite routinely, in our life. Being the first human being, Adam was only the first of us to be in a position of committing a mistake. As the above verse says, it is Human being (and not specifically Adam) that is unjust and foolish. In other words, what we are going through in this life is a consequence of our own decision (as human beings) and NOT the consequence of Adam’s mistake.
Whether or not we remember to accept such responsibility (to undertake the Trust) and whether or not this was a wise decision made by man, are not relevant to this question and answer (we can discuss these in a follow up question if you like).
…and if shaitan disobeyed ALLAH ALMIGHTY then why did ALLAH bring us into this game of hell or heaven
I think what you are saying is that why is it because of Shaitan, we should struggle between heaven and hell. This (struggle being because of Shaitan) is in fact what Shaitan himself denies (as reported and endorsed in the Qur’an):
And the Shaitan shall say after the affair is decided: Surely Allah promised you the promise of truth, and I gave you promises, then failed to keep them to you, and I had no authority over you, except that I called you and you obeyed me, therefore do not blame me but blame yourselves … (14:22)
According to this verse, it is human being himself that is responsible for his destiny in the hereafter.
In another place in the Qur’an we learn that Shaitan himself confesses that he has no influence on the people who are pious and then God assures human beings that if they remain loyal to him as his servants and do not follow Shaitan, the Shaitan will have no power over them.
He (Shaitan) said: My Lord! Because you have sent me astray, I verily shall adorn the path of error for them in the earth, and shall mislead every one of them. Except those of them that are your purely devoted slaves. He (God) said: This is a straight path to me: Surely as for my slaves, you have no power over any of them except those strayed ones who follow you. (15:39-42)
In another place, as one of the first words of advice from God to Adam and Hawwa (and in turn, their generation), God says that those who follow his guidance have nothing to be afraid of or to be sad about.
We said: Go forth from this (state) all; so when there will come to you a guidance from me, then whoever follows my guidance, no fear shall come upon them, nor shall they grieve. (2:38)
He also says that the deception of Shaitan is very weak:
Those who believe fight in the way of Allah, and those who disbelieve fight in the way of the Shaitan. Fight therefore against the friends of the Shaitan; surely the deception of the Shaitan is weak. (4:76)
and why did ALLAH give shaitan the right to disturb our peace and make it difficult for us to choose the right path
According to the verses of the Qur’an that was discussed above (and many more that are not mentioned), Shaitan was given no right to disturb our peace. It is ourselves that (by disobeying Allah) give right to Shaitan to disturb us. If we keep remembering God and remain fearful of him, every act of deception from Shaitan not only does not harm us, but in fact benefits us in that by disobeying him (Shaitan), we are showing our loyalty and obedience to God and therefore we become stronger and dearer to him as the Qur’an says:
… Verily the most honoured of you in the sight of Allah is the most God-Fearing (Muttaqin) of you. And God has full knowledge and is well acquainted. (49:13)
and the more close we come to ALLAH the more HE tests our love and patience.
The above is true and I cannot see what is wrong with it. In any sphere of life we can see that the same logical rule exists and as far as I see every human being appreciates that this is fair. You need to be tested more thoroughly if you want to have a higher position in an organisation. Likewise, to have a better position before Allah, we need to pass more tests and in fact more difficult tests. A very good example is Ibrahim who went through a number of difficult tests (including intending to sacrifice his son for God because of a dream he saw). As a result he became the role model and the leader of the human being after his time in the path of worshiping God and obeying him (refer to 2:124).
and (if) ALLAH is so paak (i.e pure and clean) then y did HE make such a way of giving birth to a child
I think you are referring to sexual relation between male and female. If the relation is between a man and woman who have been legally married, I cannot see what is Napak (impure /unclean) about it. In fact, a decent sexual relation between husband and wife can be seen as one of the true reflections of their love and passion for each other, and what can be a more appropriate outcome of such relationship than giving birth to another human being that has some of the features of both the man and the woman who gave him/her birth.
and (why) all these temptations towards doing sin and then stopping from it
According to the Qur’an, the human being is in a continuous test throughout his life:
He it is who created the heavens and the earth in six Days – and his throne was over the waters – that he might try you, which of you is best in conduct. … (11:7)
Obviously without temptation, test for better deeds has no meaning (have you ever heard of a test in which there is no chance for doing it wrong?!).
What I tried to do in the above was to answer you with the help of the Qur’an (as I understand it) rather than providing you with philosophical and mystical answers that are often based on conjecture.
What the Qur’an teaches us is that we are here to worship God. This worshiping comes with a continuous effort to become as pure as possible. If we follow this path (which is the straight path, according to the Qur’an, 15:41), God will help us and will support us and will forgive our minor sins and ignorance and eventually (with his extreme mercy and forgiveness) we will enter his pleasure and heaven. If we do not follow this path then we will be deceived by Shaitan and will make ourselves unqualified for God’s mercy and forgiveness, thus (God forbidden) will end up in hell.
The way I see this, we should be extremely thankful to God for creating us from Nothing and giving us a great opportunity (with all the clear guidance and effective tools that are needed) to raise our position from Nothing to something that enters God’s pleasure and heaven. If we misuse this opportunity and ignore all the clear guidance and follow the Shaitan (against whom God has warned us very strongly in the Qur’an), in the hereafter we will have no one to blame except ourselves.
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