81. Rights

Parents wish for children, and the mother grows a new life within herself for months. Even after the birth of the child the relation between the mother and the child does not break. The mother always has her loins girded to serve the child. She herself faces hardship e' day and night and does not allow peace and rest to dwindle for her children. She is alert even when she sees that her children are in minor difficulty. On the other hand, the father goes off to work every more and comes home in the evening, where with his full quotient of energy he arranges the food for his family. These acts point to the benefit of the parents, because of which the rights of the parents are imposed on the children.




What is the universe? It is a point, and this point is a divine light, and the divine light is itself a light.

Every point is the imprint of luminescence (Tajalli). When this imprint transforms itself into the divine light then it becomes Aura (Jism-e-Misali). The display of the Aura is the physical body.

The physical body is built up as a structure of bones, flesh, and muscle. The skin is a kind of plaster and color on this building. The life of the human being who is made up of veins, arteries, nerves, bones, and flesh, is nothing except senses.