I find myself ready to spend every precious and precious thing to prove that the humiliation we are living now, including killing, displacement, and oppression, is one of the reasons for our belief, explicit or hidden, that we are the best who walks the earth: the most honorable, the bravest of people, and the best of people!
This belief brings nothing but humiliation to anyone who claims to believe. It contradicts the first conditions of faith.
Whoever disbelieves in God, then becomes arrogant on earth and tyrannizes as He wills, God will dictate for him for a while, then He will take him to the throne of the Mighty and Powerful.
But do not, then, do not claim that you are a servant subject to God, and then be arrogant!
Here, God will hasten the punishment for you, perhaps you remember or fear, so you return humble and submissive to your Lord!
Our Lord, glory be to Him, says that His servants walk on the earth with humility, so why do we want to walk on the earth with joy? Isn’t fun the human feeling that he is the greatest person who walks the earth? And that he is the best, the most generous, and the best in Islam?
If you are truly one of the “servants of the Most Merciful who walk on the earth with humility,” you will not meet a creature on the face of the earth except with humility towards it, even if it is a mangy dog, or if it is dirt that you walk on with your feet. Perhaps this dog did not make his Lord angry, and you may have angered your Lord! Is not he who made his Lord angry become like cattle, rather he is more astray from the path? Does the infidel not say on the Day of Resurrection, “Would that I were dust?”
Then why are we the best people on earth?
Is our army fighting inside the city and bombing citizens with planes?
Or with our quick support that expelled the citizens and occupied their homes?
Or the crisis merchants and the makers of high prices and scarcity?
Or the masses of looters and looters in the markets and stores?
Didn’t we become dependent on nations? Didn’t our leaders become humiliators who are rebuked by the leaders of other nations, telling them: Stop the war on your people!
This hollow belief in superiority has made us not walk the earth lightly. So we got out of true servitude to God Almighty, despite our prayers and the abundance of our minarets.
Many of us have come to live only through a sense of excellence and superiority. This is the secret of the frenzied pursuit of positions, and the pursuit of scientific titles even without real passion for science, and the mad love of placing medals and military stars on the chests and shoulders, until armed movements, parties, tribal groupings, etc. proliferated, and the goal behind all of this is nothing but a request Fame and reputation, God forbid.
After everyone’s slogan became “Reputation, not longevity”, here we are, our reputation has been tarnished and our lives shortened!
The love of distinction does not only target the other (the foreigner), but also targets everyone in the homeland, religion, tribe, region, profession, and neighborhood, and it continues to multiply and expand like a disease until it reaches the rivalry between two neighbors, between spouses, and between brothers. Pride is a fire that does not go out until it burns everything.
And since arrogance is the root of all evils, we must not waste time enumerating the many manifestations of negative behavior that have spread in our society, in rural areas and urban areas. Means to realize the inflated “ego” of the individual.
What’s the solution?
The solution is not to feel the need to be the greatest person to walk the earth, but to be pious to God and enough. Our Lord tells us that the most honorable of you in the sight of God is the most righteous of you, and piety is the place of hearts, and only the Knower of the Unseen knows its truth. Therefore, the righteous will not feel that he is the greatest person who walks the earth.
The solution is not to feel the need for a homeland that we can be proud of, but rather a homeland that spares its sons and daughters from pride and ostentation.
It is not for the sake of pride that homelands are built, but for the sake of life and human dignity.
It is a general invitation that I address personally to all the citizens of Sudan, and indeed to people in all countries,
especially my brothers and sisters,
And I built and built,
my colleagues and colleagues,
Students and students
An invitation to the #National Humility Project: Humility upon humility.
The project is based on two main pillars:
1/ Fighting the feeling that I or we are better than any other person or nation, and completely abandoning the word pride, and making humility the highest and greatest thing we seek, and to understand from his saying, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, “He who humbles himself to God will exalt him” that he who is arrogant will humiliate him. Thus, the intent of any work and any endeavor is to achieve the benefit of people and obtain the pleasure of God Almighty, and not to prove superiority, distinction, reputation and fame, i.e. bragging.
2/ Accepting the truth, whatever it is and whoever said it, and submitting to the truth without anger, argument, justification, or any attempt to mitigate.
Your feeling that you are not better than others leads you to inner peace, and to reconciliation with yourself and with others, and all your endeavors and work become not for the sake of distinction and reputation, but for the sake of the reconstruction of the earth and human well-being.
Love cannot exist between members of a society in which each individual thinks he is better than the other. This is the cause of all wars. Wars do not break out between armies except after people’s hearts dry up from love, and are filled with arrogance and contempt, so that blood is reduced and the soul becomes hardened, so that it no longer cares about people’s suffering.
The solution, for us and for others, is in humility, for it is the greatest strength that God endowed humanity with, with which they rise, and in its absence they fall into the gutter.
Oh God, lift the affliction, reveal the grief, and return us to you a beautiful return, and raise us, O God, with humility, an elevation after which there is no humiliation.