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Arabic Folklore Prophet Yunus (Jonah) & Whale from The Sea ebook

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Opis ebooka Arabic Folklore Prophet Yunus (Jonah) & Whale from The Sea - Muhammad Vandestra

{Then the whale swallowed him, and he was blameworthy. Had he not been of those who glorify Allah (God), he would certainly have stayed in its belly until the Day of Resurrection.} (As-Saffat: 142-144)As I turned around in the surging sea, my body formed the shape of the Arabic letter (Noon) on the water. I bent my body and struck the turbulent ocean tides with my tail with a sound like rolling thunder.After my tail struck the water, it surged forth in waves, leaping again to the surface of the sea like a giant waterfall. All things turn downward on both land and sea including the breath of creatures, the falling fruit and gushing waterfalls. The great whale of the sea breathes out forming a waterfall that churns upward then spirals down again into the sea from whence it came. The whale does not need hands to propel the water that surges around it. Every splashing gush of water propelled by the movement of the massive whale praises and glorifies Allah, the Creator of all things.I hit the waves again using my tail and listened to the sound carried by the wind as it exploded into the air like the first one.I know that when I collide with the waves, the sound of the clash can be heard from miles away and frightens thousands of creatures in the sea but in fact, this is simply a small part of the power of Allah, as the sea and wind trembles with fear in front of the Owner of all power.In spite of being the most powerful creature in the sea, I am weaker than running water in front of Allah. I may be the giant of the sea but my true crown is made of truthfulness and the richness of reality. Both these things, the truth and reality, constitute the supreme power that can be found in Allah's creation. I was crowned in the water with my ability to bend myself in all kinds of shapes. I was given that might, which even I myself cannot comprehend but my whole being bows down before it. I moved my tail and sped off.

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Arabic Folklore Prophet Yunus (Jonah) & Whale from The Sea

by

Muhammad Vandestra

2018

This is a work of fiction. Similarities to real people, places, or events are entirely coincidental.

ARABIC FOLKLORE PROPHET YUNUS (JONAH) & WHALE FROM THE SEA

First edition. January 5, 2018.

Copyright © 2018 Muhammad Vandestra.

ISBN: 978-1370175833

Written by Muhammad Vandestra.

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Table of Contents

Title Page

Copyright Page

Prolog

Prophet Jonah (Yunus) & The Whale

Author Bio

Prolog

{Then the whale swallowed him, and he was blameworthy. Had he not been of those who glorify Allah (God), he would certainly have stayed in its belly until the Day of Resurrection.}  (As-Saffat: 142-144)

As I turned around in the surging sea, my body formed the shape of the Arabic letter (Noon) on the water. I bent my body and struck the turbulent ocean tides with my tail with a sound like rolling thunder.

After my tail struck the water, it surged forth in waves, leaping again to the surface of the sea like a giant waterfall. All things turn downward on both land and sea including the breath of creatures, the falling fruit and gushing waterfalls. The great whale of the sea breathes out forming a waterfall that churns upward then spirals down again into the sea from whence it came. The whale does not need hands to propel the water that surges around it. Every splashing gush of water propelled by the movement of the massive whale praises and glorifies Allah, the Creator of all things.

I hit the waves again using my tail and listened to the sound carried by the wind as it exploded into the air like the first one.

I know that when I collide with the waves, the sound of the clash can be heard from miles away and frightens thousands of creatures in the sea but in fact, this is simply a small part of the power of Allah, as the sea and wind trembles with fear in front of the Owner of all power.

In spite of being the most powerful creature in the sea, I am weaker than running water in front of Allah. I may be the giant of the sea but my true crown is made of truthfulness and the richness of reality. Both these things, the truth and reality, constitute the supreme power that can be found in Allah's creation. I was crowned in the water with my ability to bend myself in all kinds of shapes. I was given that might, which even I myself cannot comprehend but my whole being bows down before it.

I moved my tail and sped off.

Prophet Jonah (Yunus) & The Whale

{Then the whale swallowed him, and he was blameworthy. Had he not been of those who glorify Allah (God), he would certainly have stayed in its belly until the Day of Resurrection.}  (As-Saffat: 142-144)

As I turned around in the surging sea, my body formed the shape of the Arabic letter (Noon) on the water. I bent my body and struck the turbulent ocean tides with my tail with a sound like rolling thunder.

After my tail struck the water, it surged forth in waves, leaping again to the surface of the sea like a giant waterfall. All things turn downward on both land and sea including the breath of creatures, the falling fruit and gushing waterfalls. The great whale of the sea breathes out forming a waterfall that churns upward then spirals down again into the sea from whence it came. The whale does not need hands to propel the water that surges around it. Every splashing gush of water propelled by the movement of the massive whale praises and glorifies Allah, the Creator of all things.

I hit the waves again using my tail and listened to the sound carried by the wind as it exploded into the air like the first one.

I know that when I collide with the waves, the sound of the clash can be heard from miles away and frightens thousands of creatures in the sea but in fact, this is simply a small part of the power of Allah, as the sea and wind trembles with fear in front of the Owner of all power.

In spite of being the most powerful creature in the sea, I am weaker than running water in front of Allah. I may be the giant of the sea but my true crown is made of truthfulness and the richness of reality. Both these things, the truth and reality, constitute the supreme power that can be found in Allah's creation. I was crowned in the water with my ability to bend myself in all kinds of shapes. I was given that might, which even I myself cannot comprehend but my whole being bows down before it.

I moved my tail and sped off.

All oceans and seas are my home. The outstretched blue water under me is the paper on which I record my story and no miracle is similar to that of writing on water or walking over it. No one can walk over water except for the Prophets. Walking over water is restricted to those who are truthful and sincere in both word and deed. The land however, is trodden by liars who are created from dust. Writing upon stones remains seen to curious onlookers but there exists that which sinks beneath the depths of the sea and disappears, keeping the secret recorded and herein lies its greatness, which is borrowed; The borrowed greatness of water.

All great creatures of the universe seek the brilliancy of eternal greatness. They realize in the depth of their hearts that death is the natural end of all things. All creatures know this fact deeply and intuitively except the human being. He, in his foolishness, remains oblivious of this fact. Man! The only one who dares to try and make a god of himself. The one who eludes himself that he will live this worldly life forever. If it was possible for my wild mouth to laugh mockingly, I would do so, but I cannot laugh as I know nothing except to frown gloomily and be serious.