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Books- The Constituents of the Divine Assignment- 1st Constituent - Paragraph (6-7): The Ways of Reflection According to the Noble Quran
In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Most Merciful  

 Allah the Almighty says:

﴾Has created man from a clot (a piece of thick coagulated blood).﴿

[Al-Alaq, 2]

﴾Say (O Muhammad PBUH): "Tell me! If (all) your water were to be sunk away, who then can supply you with flowing (spring) water?" ﴿

[Al-Mulk, 30]

 What is the worth of any town without water?

﴾Say (O Muhammad PBUH ): "Tell me! If Allah made night continuous for you till the Day of Resurrection, who is an ilah (a god) besides Allah who could bring you light? Will you not then hear?"﴿

[Al-Qasas, 71]

A practical example:

 If man decides in the morning to ponder over one of Allah's Signs, and he chooses to ponder over the eye, for instance, he will ask himself, "Where does this eye start from? How are its retina and iris formed?" He will go on asking himself other questions, and he will always remember that man starts in one of the walls of the mother's womb as an 'Alaqa (a clot). Then, this man will imagine himself without sight, and if he assumes that Allah created us without eyes, what would the worth of having colors in the world be? What would the worth of having flowers and birds be? What would the wroth of beauty without eyes to see it be? He will think how things will be if man had only one eye, if it were not protected in the eye socket or if it were in another place like in the chest, the back or behind his head.

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