WONDER OF WONDERS
Non-replicable Masterpiece LOOKING at the human body from a purely physical point of view, one finds that it is just made up of water, carbon, oxygen and some other chemical elements. 99% of the mass of the human body is made up of six elements: Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Calcium and Phosphorus. One can even work out the price of material constituents of the human body. According to calculations performed by DataGenetics, the market value of all the elements of a human body is about $160.00, about `12,000 today. Yet out of 12,000 rupees worth of matter, God has created a human being so wonderful that no price can be set upon him. No amount of money can buy the priceless masterpiece that God has fashioned within the human frame. One can appreciate the pricelessness of the human body when some part of it is lost. If one loses a hand, for instance, millions of dollars will not buy a new one like it. If one loses one’s sight, all the wealth in the world will not win it back. If one’s power of speech fails, there will be no tongue in the shops of the world which will put one’s thoughts into words. How incredible it is that God should fashion something so wonderful out of things of least monetary value. It is only God who can bring the dead to life; only He who has the power to convert insensate matter into conscious life, to make something out of nothing. If a magician were to cast a spell on a stone, making it break into speech, everyone would be spellbound at this extraordinary feat. The feat which God has performed is one of much greater complexity. He has made the inanimate matter that constitutes man’s body into a moving, talking, thinking human being. Yet God’s feat does not cause people to wonder. How blind are those who can see the skill of a conjurer’s magical feats, but not the infinitely greater feats of God. How ignorant are those who rush to become devoted disciples of anyone who performs tricks, without feeling any adoration for or attachment to the One who performs truly wondrous acts of creation. If only man were to truly discover God, he would become totally absorbed in the Lord’s wondrous feats of creation. If only man were to truly discover God, he would become totally absorbed in the Lord’s wondrous feats of creation. Everything in the world would appear to him as a remarkable sign of God’s power and perfection. While dwelling in an earthly abode, he would see and feel nothing but the Lord on high.
Source: Spirit Of Islam