The propagation of Islam always has involved two ways : The first one is that the man should negotiate his addressee according to his mental capabilities, and should win his heart with his moral power, and take care of his needs and solve his problems as if they were his own ones. As far as the other way is concerned, it is to communicate your ideas to others through essays and speeches, keeping in view that this one is an age of writing and speaking, and all the distances have shrunk, or rather, have converged. The expansion of the earth has been reduced to a globe. With a sonic viewpoint, the distance between U.S. and Karachi is less than that of a room. To cast a news over London and U.S. from Karachi has been a daily routine. The same thing is going with the writing. There is a vast cluster of publication. A passage, typed in U.S. or in any other overseas country, is legible in Karachi or Islamabad as if the same was being typed in Karachi or Islamabad.


The writing leaves on the reader such an impact that cultivates the intellectual nuclei of the mind which turn souring trees. Therefore you should maintain equanimity and restraint in your writing and speech using an optimistic phraseology, and avoiding a pessimistic and menacing method which makes a reader or listener despondent of Divine mercy and totally confused about his reformation or salvation. Please use in your writing  the encouraging words and present such an idea of Divine Love that may replace the scare with regard and respect so that he may accept the Divine Mercy with all his respect to the Donor. Hazrat Ali (R.A.) says:


" The best scholars are those who invite to Divine path in such a way which does not ward off the invitees from the threshold of Allah, and who do not present such image of Allah for disobedience."


You have to participate permanently in the propagation of Islam and dissemination of Divine knowledge though on a small scale and to call the mankind to exploit their internal talents, and to welcome wholeheartedly all the difficulties and hardships, waiting for you in this way, as the Prophet (P.B.U.H.) said:


" The dearest work to Allah is that lasts for long though it is meager."





Dedicated to those scientists, who are inching towards the cognizance of the facts, spotlighted by Allah Almighty, in the wake of their intelligent observation for the top vertex of scientific achievement, which is not other than the "Disastrous end of the Universe". And this is probably during 15th century of Lunar calendar.