Adnan Oktar Says...

 

Adnan Oktar Says... November 11th, 2014> Click for more

Emotionality is like a different religion, a different faith: That is because such a person struggles with his demons, keeps away from God, loses his trust in God. He would cry and become sad, he cannot set himself free from these scourges. Otherwise he would set his heart on God. For instance, something seemingly bad happens and he says “There is surely goodness in this.” Would someone like that deceiving himself? No, he would be speaking the truth. There really is goodness in everything.
When emotionality and romanticism hits the steel shield of faith, they instantly fall down. The clarity, beauty and explicitness of rationalism would thus appear crystal clear.

Adnan Oktar Says... May 19th, 2014> Click for more

What kind of an attitude is mentioned in the verses of the Qur’an? One that doesn’t give way to any tension, rage, or any kind of disturbance in the heart; not giving way to such manners. Not feeling afraid or sad, not being uneasy. In short, the Qur’an mentions an attitude that avoids all sorts of attitudes that could psychologically disturb a person.

Adnan Oktar Says... May 14th, 2014> Click for more

Keeping a straight face, keeping silent, constantly sulking, being worn out and exhausted; those acts would make the satan smile, they would make the satan rejoice. A Muslim would never act in that way. That would be unlawful and unbecoming in the religion.

Adnan Oktar Says... April 18th, 2014> Click for more

It is completely different to cry out of fear of God, out of excitement. But if a person starts crying, saying, "Why did this happen like that?" that would be ascribing partners to God.

Adnan Oktar Says... April 22nd, 2013> Click for more

Allah deemed pain and sufferings forbidden to Muslims. A Muslim should not want this. He should not cause others to suffer and he should not make himself suffer. Almighty Allah says; “Allah does not wrong people in any way; rather it is people who wrong themselves.” (Surat Yunus; 44)

Adnan Oktar Says... December 11th, 2012> Click for more

People get cancer out of lovelessness, distress and sorrows, they get ulcers. They get a thousand and one different diseases and mental illnesses. A great majority of people, 70-80% of them use antidepressants. However if love were to prevail, there would be no need for such remedies. There would be no need for those antidepressants. Lovelessness is not something a human body can handle.
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