One But Two or More Figures

December 25, 2015

Misinterpretation and misunderstanding in this world of human existence is one of the becoming nature of this world in which the one thing or any given matter which is known in one time and by one generation is known to be something different, in cases, quite contrary as to how and what perceive that given matter by the next ones although, time factor, generation gap in understanding and perceiving such matters, other hidden agenda or interests and the like are some of the major factors in deriving their own interpretations and understanding and people come up with their own derivation and version in terms of having their own interpretation and understanding towards any given matter which was known in far past as something, by doing all kinds of plastic or any other surgeries towards that given matter so that their desired goal, motive and ambitions could be achieved by their own fashion.

Any given person could say or perceive something or derive something in one’s own life time. The next generation add something towards it, and then, those who come afterward could add or remove something from that given something or addition made by the next ones, and at last, the matter that was originally perceive in that person’s eye and mind could be found out as distorted or something different from the original version to the extent that the original person is come again and asked, the person could say, I am not in this city, I did not say such a thing, and it is their own version.

To cite one example, the Jesus Christ in Christianity and the Jesus Christ in the Muslim world are two different realities and personalities in which both perceive one figure in two different understanding and interpretations of Jesus’ individuality and identity although they have similarities but their given interpretations and understanding in perceiving the station of Jesus Christ make any independent observer and researcher of such given figure’s personality as two different persons or identities; they could agree in terms of time of existence of Jesus, whose mother and the like, but in terms of station and other aspects, they have major and irreconcilable gap and differences.

Muslims believe that Jesus performed miracles: The Quran discusses several of Jesus’s miracles, including giving sight to the blind, healing lepers, raising the dead, and breathing life into clay birds. The story of Jesus’s birth as told in the Quran is also the story of his first miracle, when he spoke as an infant in the cradle and declared himself to be a prophet of God.

Jesus, Mary, and the angel Gabriel are all in the Quran (as are Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, and a bunch of other Bible characters). Muslims believe that Jesus (called “Isa” in Arabic) was a prophet of God, was born to a virgin (Mary), and will return to Earth before the Day of Judgment to restore justice and to defeat al-Masih ad-Dajjal (“the false messiah”), also known as the Antichrist. All of which may sound pretty familiar to many Christians.

Mary (called “Maryam” in Arabic) has an entire chapter in the Quran named for her — the only chapter in the Quran named for a female figure. In fact, Mary is the only woman to be mentioned by name in the entire Quran: As noted in the new Study Quran, “other female figures are identified only by their relation to others, such as the wife of Adam and the mother of Moses, or by their title, such as the Queen of Sheba.” Mary is mentioned more times in the Quran than in the entire New Testament.

However, most Christians believe that Jesus is God, which is the core aspect and the foundations where such belief system is founded up besides the claim they do like, he has no father, the father of Jesus is the holy spirit, apart from certain deviations and contradictions they do in terms of salvation, sin, fasting and prayer, marriage laws and other aspects of their given way of life. Both do have their own principles and dogmatic aspect of their functions but the point in here is that on sharing view how one figure and matte is perceive by two forms and ways of life as two different personalities and realities, which is derived out of versions and understanding the one that come afterwards derive.

What could be quite interesting in here is that the cross section they have drawn to meet and unite in the future, though they have portrayed two different realities of Jesus, they are waiting that he comes again at the end of the days or the world, and one could click to one’s mind that which one is coming on the day of judgment? The one that is perceived in Christianity or the one that is understood by the Muslim world, which is still a question left unanswered.

Forget about on the given understanding and interpretations delivered as to the personality and reality of Jesus in both big camps, the sects and fractions within Christianity has different versions and variations in understanding such given personality and figure of the world, one could ask, how come, they have different understanding and interpretation of life in such process of the world could agree at the end of the days into one personality and identity is still one of the dramatic delusion this world is having and playing on stage.

Most could think that it is faith and hope they have in their given reality that could make them reach to the promise they are ordained and delivered in their given book towards to the common end they should arrive, but such promise should have at least its own reflection and way of manifestation to the objective world in observable manner, but the reality speaks in louder terms that what is happening on the objective world is quite the opposite and contrary to what they expect that should happen at the end,  people are going towards division and contradiction than unity and harmony in terms of such given deliberation and aspect of this world.

This sounds that any give person could say something at any given period, for instance, any given matter has one hand and five fingers, the next one adds something to the matter which could be like, the matter has two hands and ten fingers, the next ones could add certain parts of the matter, and in such deliberations and process of life, they add and remove one part and other parts to the extent to which such given matter has full parts of the human frame, but what could be forgotten and lost in here is that it is not only the physical parts of the matter make that given matter as human, but the unseen and undiscovered part, which is far beyond the human way of fabrication, machination and invention and they live and die with their own and given imagination and fancy realms of life.


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