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By the Name of the Lord of Heavens Who created Adam and Eve and prepared everything for them and their descendants in a perfect way.

This life is a test for everyone. The Lord of Heavens tests his servants with goodness and badness, with health and sickness, with richness and poverty and with weakness and strength.  He created everything according to His Divine Wisdom with a cure and a solution. Every kind of illness is possible, but He will not create it without a cure. But mankind is not taking enough care to find the real medicine for illnesses. Especially in our days healing is like a business and more than wanting to cure people, they want to make a business. This is why illnesses increase from day to day in their variety. The methods of curing them also increase, but not in a real curing way. Even though thousands of kinds of medicine have been found, they cannot give any benefit to lessen the suffering and pain of people. Maybe they can kill the pain, but they cannot cure.    We know and believe that the first doctors and healers were prophets and holy people. All methods of curing and all medicines came in a Heavenly Way to them before reaching us.

The materialism of this 20th century has  stopped this branch of curing. People have turned fully to the material wing of curing and have left the curing through holy methods. We must try to balance this and once more start to listen to the advice of holy people and to Holy Books. We should not only use surgery and knives and cut, or give drugs, kill pain and not cure. We know that the body was created by the Creator and when you open it, it is like an engine. If you open the engine of a car and then close it again, something will be imperfect. It will lose its perfection. That is why every operation surgeons do leaves an imperfection within the body. It is not a real cure to use knives. The more you avoid operations you can gain health of people and their bodies. But surgeons are anxious to operate because it is easier for them to cut something away from the body than to cure it. The profit is also much greater. Those are the two main reasons why people come under the knives of surgeons. It is a great pity for all of mankind.

Doctors do not even use the way of normal birth anymore. They rush to cut without a necessity. This is why even something normal like a birth is an excuse for surgeons to make operations. What is this? Because of all this a curse is coming on the doctors. People cannot stop suffering and the doctors are unable to give any real cure.

Extract from: "Defending Truth"

© Zero Productions, London 1997


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Lady Lucie Duff Gordon (1821-1869) lived in Luxor, Egypt from 1862 in the hope that the consumption she was suffering from would improve. She learnt Arabic, and often visited and prayed at the tomb of Sufi Sheikh Yusuf abu’l-Hajjaj.

Letter to her husband, Sir Alexander Duff Gordon, from Cairo 16th October 1866:

'My Reis spoke such a pretty parable the other day that I must needs write it. A Coptic Reis stole some of my wood, which we got back by force and there was some reviling of the Nazarenes in consequence from Hoseyn and Ali; but Reis Mohammed said:

“Not so; Girgis is a thief, it is true, but many Christians are honest; and behold, all the people in the world are like soldiers, some wear red and some blue; some serve on foot, others on horseback, and some in ships; but all serve one Sultan, and each fights in the regiment in which the Sultan has placed him, and he does what does his duty best is the best man, be his coat red or blue or black.”

I said, `Excellent words, oh Reis, and fit to be spoken from the best of pulpits.' It is surprising what happy sayings the people here hit upon; they cultivate talk for want of reading, and the consequence is great facility narration and illustration. Everybody enforces his ideas, like Christ, in parables.'