The roots of Humanism in the Kabalah

It is a clear sign that those who refuse to believe in Allah and the last day, will end up ultimately looking for something else to fill their empty void in within themselves. For every soul on earth has two aspects of him/herself. One is the outer physical self which is nourished with food, water etc. The other is the soul, which is nourished with belief in God and in his remembrance. Now people who refuse to accept the second part of their being, try to justify it with irrational beliefs. Since the soul is in need of believing in Allah, these people cannot live without having something to fill the void within themselves. This brings me to the point of Humanism, the idea that humans existed on earth for eternity and that they have no accountability. The idea that, is best defined as

“A system of thought that is based on the values, characterises, and behavior that are believed to be best for human beings, rather than on any supernatural authority”.

This is not a surprising ideology for me personally. The need to come up with this and these sorts of ideology is paramount of importance for those who exclude God from their lives. As it is clear Humanism is almost identical to atheism with the exception that atheism do not believe in the ‘great architect of the universe’, nonsense.
Humanists have a strange and mystical belief that the human when he/she reaches the highest levels of perfection can become ‘godly’.This perverse way of understanding that regards human beings as uncreated, without the hand of any ‘divine’ being creating the human race. This belief however stems from a much older and ancient system of belief. Dating as far back as to the Egyptian times. When Egypt was a country dominated by pharaohs and slavery. One category of people who sought to bring about this belief and maintain it amongst the Egyptian aristocrats were the priests which each pharaohs would have at his hand. These priests exercised an abundance of wealth and power in which Syyiduna Musa (a.s) was faced with. The belief which these priest held dear to their hearts was the beliefs written in the Kabbalah – the freemason bible, by which it is believed man can have access to supernatural powers.
Only way a human can find peace with him/herself is returning back to the divinely revealed religions. well, know there’s only one anyway that’s uncorrupted and im sure you know which one im on about. otherwise refusing to believe in the creator will no doubt lead you to believe in other silly and stupid ideologies.

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