The Proof of Cleanliness

Yes, this universe and this world are large factories, guesthouses and inns that are filled and emptied every moment.

You see a street that is being cleaned by a broom and every part of the street is getting clean. However, you are unable to see the hand that is holding the broom. In that case, if the entire world coalesced and claimed that the broom was cleaning by itself, would you believe it? Would you be convinced that the broom swept the street by itself? Of course not! In fact, you would even laugh because:

In order to sweep the street, a living being is necessary. The one without a life cannot sweep the street. However, a broom does not have a life. The one sweeping must have strength. The one without strength cannot move the broom. However, the broom does not have strength. The one sweeping must also have freewill. It must choose whether or not to clean the street. However, the broom does not have freewill.  The one sweeping must also have knowledge. It must know how to sweep. However, the broom does not have knowledge. The one sweeping must also have compassion. With this compassion, the one sweeping must sympathize with the inhabitants of the street and want to save them from this filth. However, the broom does not have compassion.

The one sweeping must also have reason and be able to prefer benefit and virtue. It must have sight so that it can see the street. It must have the ability to hear so that it can listen to the complaints of the inhabitants on the street. The one who does not have reason and the abilities to see and hear cannot be the true executor of this deed. Besides, there must be several other similar qualities in addition. However, the broom possesses none of these qualities. Since the broom has none of these qualities, and even if we were not able to see the hand that holds this broom, we would attribute the sapient performance to an agent who possesses such qualities. Our inability to see the hand does not imply the hand’s absence. On the contrary, this sapient performance implies and proves its presence. A simple deed such as sweeping the street is not attributed to a broom but to the presence of an Entity who possesses the aforementioned qualities. Then, how is that the cleansing of this great universe and the Earth, which is one of the universe’s many streets, is accredited to an equivalent of the pretext in the broom example?

Yes, this universe and this world are large factories, guesthouses and inns that are filled and emptied every moment. However, those busy factories, inns, and guesthouses become very dirty with debris and refuse. A person cannot remain inside and will choke if they are not cleaned and maintained carefully. However, this universe’s factory and this world’s guesthouse are so immaculate, clean, and unpolluted that an unbeneficial particle and a coincidental piece of dirt cannot be found within them. If it is found, then, it gets cleaned quickly. This shows that this factory has an owner who is able to clean this huge factory and palace like one would clean and sweep a tiny room. If a person does not bathe for a month and does not clean and sweep his/her room for the same amount of time, then both the person and the room become very dirty and filthy. However, there is no grime and filth in this universe. This shows that the purity and cleanliness that takes place in the castle of this universe results from a sapient and careful cleaning. If that constant amount of cleaning and careful maintenance did not take place, then, within one year, the 100 million nations of every animal species would choke on the Earth, the debris of the stars in the sky would cause death and rocks the size of mountains would rain on our heads.

However, this universe has been washed with the manifestation of God’s name, al-Quddus (the pure One), and the cleanliness of the universe is one witness of God’s presence. Come and look at this universe more carefully: Behold the seas! Everyday thousands of fish die yet you never see a corpse. Behold the forests! Hundreds of thousands of animals live within them and everyday thousands are born and thousands die yet there are no signs of filth. Behold the air! There are dozens of poisonous gases yet none of them smears the air.  Behold the space! When we look at the space, we do not see any trash. Scientists explain its reason in this manner: As galaxies pass through one another, an event that scientists have termed as “rug cleaning” occurs. A galaxy that passes at a great speed pulls and cleans gas and dust clouds from another galaxy that is in front of it like an electric vacuum cleaner. Much later, they offer this dust as nourishment to the stars evolving within them. Is it possible that this cleaning is a work of coincidence? Could a person who has not lost his mind think that this sapient cleaning results from the aforementioned pretexts or from nature itself?

Oh, person who dares to denounce God! Get your mind straightened out and if you do not hear the voice of the great universe, then come and listen to the words of one leaf and see what it says! It says, “Look at me, notice my cleanliness! Look at the windows of the houses on the street and notice that if they are not cleaned within one-two weeks, every inch becomes dusty and dirty. However, you cannot see this kind of dirt and dust either on me or on other leaves. Does  our cleanliness not ever capture your attention? Do you not ever think about who cleans us?”
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