My Commentaries On Verses: entry002

“And he whose sight is dim to the remembrance of the most Gracious, We assign unto him an evil one who becomes his intimate companion. And most surely they turn them away from the path, and yet they deem they are on the right one. Until when he comes to Us, he says, O would that between me and you there were the distance of the two horizons, East and West. You were such a worst companion indeed; It will not profit you this day, because you did wrong, that you will be sharers in the doom.”


My commentary: Evil can be a human being or a spiritual being. My contempt for the extrovert leads me to not highlight its case down here. I will only underline the unseen case.

Manly P. Hall once said, “The soul, ultimately disappointed in human relationships, must turn from its attachment to outward forms and bestow its affection upon those imperishable truths which alone can satisfy man’s yearnings.”.

Reaching and looking for the imperishable truths with honesty is not an easy task indeed. In the context of the verse, it is the remembrance of God.

Here you will find yourself a guest amongst your other selves in the inner world. You ll find yourself amidst a broad wave of directions. The thing about the inner temple is that you can never know who is you and who is not. Who is a result of a divided self and who comes from the unseen world. After years of isolation on this planet, you must start recognizing the voices. Alien voices. They all use the same manipulation technique. The self centered one. The ego. They will make you think you are the best of the best. Or they will criticize you of being the weakest of the weak. With time you will acquaint them and know more about their nature. a selfish nature indeed. Only death will be the judge of such companionship.



Author: Venusian Cenobite

Do not read me if you get easily offended. Any antisocial material published under this blog is fictional and should not be taken seriously.

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