Aga Khan III Quotes | Quotes by Aga Khan III
1Life is a great and noble calling, not a mean and grovelling thing to be shuffled through as best as we can but a lofty and exalted destiny.
2There is a fundamental difference between the Jewish idea of creation and that of Islam. The creation according to Islam is not a unique act in a given time but a perpetual and constant event; and God supports and sustains all existence at every moment by His will and His thought. Outside His will, outside His thought, all is nothing, even the things which seem to us absolutely self-evident such as space and time. Allah alone wishes: the Universe exists; and all manifestations are as a witness of the Divine will.
3Happiness is never a negative affair; it is to be won by men who are fully alive, full of the joy of living
4My father insisted that I learnt the Koran and encouraged me to understand the basic traditions and beliefs of Islam but without imposing any particular views. He was an overwhelming personality but open-minded and liberal.
5Every day has been so short, every hour so fleeting, every minute so filled with the life I love that time for me has fled on too swift a wing.
6Struggle is the meaning of life; defeat or victory is in the hands of God. But struggle itself is man鈥檚 duty and should be his joy.
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