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The tablets that copies, images and samples are recorded on.


“All the evidences proving the pillar of "îmân in Qadar," included in the Risale on Qadar, the Twenty-Sixth Word, prove indirectly the resurrection of the dead, the balancing of deeds on the supreme scales, and the publishing of the pages of deeds. For the recording before our eyes of the appointed courses of all things on the tablets (alwâh) of order and balance, and the inscribing of the life-stories of all living beings in their faculties of memory and in their seeds and in other alwâh al-mithâliyyah, and the transcribing of the notebooks of deeds of all beings with rûhs, and especially men, on al-alwâh al-mahfûdh, such a comprehensive qadar and prearrangement with hikmah and precise recording and preserving inscription could surely only be the result of a general judgement in a supreme tribunal set up to mete out permanent reward and punishment. That comprehensive and precise recording and preservation would otherwise be completely meaningless and purposeless, and contrary to hikmah and haqiqah.

Also, if there was no resurrection, all the certain meanings of the book of the universe, written with the pen of Qadar, would be nullified, which is completely impossible. It is as impossible as denying the universe's existence, indeed, is a delirium.

In Short: The five pillars of îmân indicate and demand with all their evidences the occurrence of the resurrection and Last Judgement, and their existence, and the existence and opening up of the realm of the âkhirah, and they testify to these and necessitate them.

Thus, it is because there are such vast and unshakeable supports and proofs of the resurrection, completely in conformity with its vastness, that almost one third of the Qur'an of Miraculous Exposition is formed by resurrection and the âkhirah, and it makes it the basis and foundation stone of all its haqiqahs and constructs everything on it.” The Words ( 117-118 )

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