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We have a responsibility to behave sincerely. God creates Heaven even in Hell for those who are sincere. He gives blessings to sincere Muslims from where they least expect it. All those are hidden miracles of the Qur'an. People of faith understand this and see the covert signs of God, but heedless people would not see them.

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When one reads the Qur'an, wisdom settles in him and he becomes completely reasonable and rational. The Qur'an is the book of reason. It is a light that causes wisdom to settle in the brain. Normally wisdom is not formed in one's brain, only intelligence. When the human brain comes into contact with the Qur'an, wisdom and reason settles in. Otherwise, wisdom cannot possibly be attained, only intelligence can.

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Without criticism, the lower-self makes one insane, it makes one crazy. A Muslim should criticize himself and have himself criticized by others. When one does that, he would turn into a very well-balanced, reasonable, normal person. If he has mental instability, that goes away. That insanity dissolves, that aggression goes away. His inconsistencies, his tormenting himself goes away.

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What one would be doing in his lifetime is already defined in his destiny. What will happen is already preordained in destiny but he worries nevertheless, yet God has created everything in the best way possible. What is the sense of this worry? I mean there is no logic behind it and there is no rational explanation for that worry. That is because everything has already happened anyway. You are worrying in vain. Almighty God has created the best in everything.

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When the Qur'an is carefully studied, we see that all of the perfect rules that could make it possible to live in this world like it is Heaven are very thoroughly covered. That is to say, when the Qur'an is practiced completely, individuals lead a perfect life. They become very stable and societies lead a very perfect life as well.

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With weakness of faith comes weakness in morality. That is because one learns good morality from the Qur'an. Without Islam, one would not try to be patient. He would say, 'Why should I be patient?' 'Why should I be generous? Why should I self-sacrificing?' And that would ruin a person in every aspect.

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Women are flower- like beings. What is the sense in causing them pain and suffering? Let them live beautifully in this world. Only then both Europe and the US would open their doors wide to Turkey and no longer support these villains of the PKK.

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We need to attach importance to praying to God; prayers should be sincere. Not in the form of customary Arabic prayers: They memorize these prayers, yet do not know the meaning of what they are saying or their hodjas recite the prayer and everyone says "amen" yet no one understands what is said. That is not acceptable, everyone should pray sincerely as they feel inside.

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When talking about fear of God, they take it as if it is something like fearing weapons or blades. Actually fear of God is refraining from offending God, from losing God's love.

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Whereever you go, you won't be able to walk away from God. God is nearer to you than your jugular vein. Where are you running to? One might assume that he can get away from God, from Islam, from the Qur'an by running, but he cannot.

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We are absolutely against the violence and terror employed by ISIS, we would never accept such acts. The method we employ is love, science, culture and wisdom. But this system of ISIS stems from the ultra-orthodox understanding of Islam. We can only draw them towards the right lines with knowledge. We can only draw them towards the right lines with the Qur'an, not with bombs.

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With faith, you commit to Almighty God Who is the Owner of everything and you feel wondrously at ease. For Muslims, meteorites are wandering in the sky like lambs. But for an irreligious person they are horrifying monsters. For instance, the magma underneath us is like lukewarm milk for us. But it is like hell for an irreligious person, a sizzling hell that would burn them. Our hearts are at ease because we fear only God. We know how God would command it; we know that the magma is under the command of God. We know that every single atom in the magma is invoking the name of God and that it all submits to God.

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With what we could explain the horror, pain, misery and ugliness in the faces of the PKK militants? With their empty minds, they believe that they came into existence as a result of coincidences. They do not understand, they do not know what will happen in the universe. They see the world in a state of chaos- may God forbid- as they call it. They see life as horrifying. The future is terrifying for them; the past is terrifying as well. They have a terrifying life. Anything can happen any moment. Anything could strike the world any moment, anything could happen to them at any moment. They are horrified. They live in desolateness and despair.

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When one invokes the name of God, feels love for God, his heart would feel relieved. That is what a Muslim lives, that is what we see. Muslims really are very happy and healthy. We look at their faces and see that they are radiant and in peace, and that their hearts are at ease. They feel the joy of being with God forever.

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What is perfect morality? It is patience, compassion, self-sacrifice, honesty, bravery and loyalty. Without fear of God, one would fall into heedlessness. For instance, one might say that he loves God but not perform prayers, saying, "I love God, God doesn't need my prayers." He might have a lot of money but not give alms, saying, "Those in need can find it elsewhere. I do love God and money makes me happy, it helps me be close to God." Or perhaps, one does not act bravely, saying, "I should not risk my life, I am living nicely here." But in fear of God one shows courage.

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When you love someone, you don't act curtly towards that person, you don't act stingy, you do not act egotistically; you look out for that person's comfort, you have that person's best interests at heart.

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When they come across a hypocrite, Muslims should immediately hold on to other Muslims. They should receive help from sound-minded Muslims. That is because they would be conversing with satan at that moment. Satan is the greatest scholar in evilness. They cannot deal with the knowledge of satan. For instance, satan instantly determines with which purpose a word is uttered, in which sense one's soul is weak, what their weaknesses are. That is why especially naive and stagnant Muslims should be protected very well. Hypocrites have such a high power of leaping and bouncing.

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When one catches the sickness of hypocrisy, he only loves himself and cannot love other Muslims. Something comes over him as he dives into arrogance and he starts finding an excuse for every perversity he has. He makes an excuse for every impertinent act of his and the most dangerous aspect of hypocrisy is that they start defending themselves with the Qur'an. I mean they distort the Book with their tongues.

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What is obstinacy? It is immorality and cruelty. Your good conscience is convinced; then why do you dig your heels in? With whom do you try to curry favor, to whom do you act disdainfully? Feel love for your Creator. God says, "I will love you but you should show your love to Me strongly and appreciate the blessings I gave you."

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Without love, without passion, without profundity, without real love; what are you looking for, everything loses its meaning. You know as some say, those left behind are beastly people. They are so repulsive, so disturbing to us, we have trouble calling them humans. But if one is self-sacrificing, courageous, patient, determined and brave we feel an admiration for him.

 
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