"May Allah make peace in Syria". That is a search phrase someone put on Google, and found way to my website and blog. I wholeheartedly agree with the cause of Peace everywhere, peace is the gift a good Mother teaches her children, peace is what good children show towards one another, peace is what gives a Father reassurance whilst he is at work that everything is okay with his family.
Likewise, our Heavenly Father too must be able to concentrate on other matters in keeping the galaxies functioning perfectly when He knows that we on Earth are at peace with one another. Peace in Syria is a must. The Arab spring was a needless revolution, where the populations have got rid of their governments - and what have they got in place? A system without effective government, the same or worse economic conditions...It is like children remove their Mum and Dad and suddenly find they haven't got money to pay the rent or food. A good government fulfills a similar function. The population owes it to the people who lead the nation to support them and give them peace, so they too can work with a peaceful heart and create work and opportunities for all to earn a living and eat a piece of bread, a piece of fruit, and sleep well at night without fear.
God is Allah, Allah is God, God is Bhagvan. Every nation gets blessed with a Prophet in their own tongue, so that the Prophet can convey God's message to the people in their native tongue, so there is no misunderstanding. To me, it appears that essentially the message of the Koran and the Bible and the Bhagvad Gita is the same : it is to create stability in nations, an understanding amongst people, for fruitful labours and peaceful living, so that our Heavenly Father can look upon us from above and say He is happy with His creation, and we on Earth are obidient to Him, and He loves us all very equally, and we are all His spiritual wealth. As we spread peace, God is happy. I pray that when God is looking over Syria, He will be looking at Himself as Allah.
The Golden Moon currently has been a blessing to the world. It marks the cessation of rivalries and bitterness, and the beginning of a new era of peace which will lead to Prosperity.
(written by Duru-darshan,
Priest at the Latter-Day Saints Church)