White Morning Glory flower. (Family: Convolvulaceae, Species: Ipomoea) |
Photo Date: August 2008, Location: Turkey/Yalova-Termal, By: Artislamic.com
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Among His Signs is this, that He sends the Winds, as heralds of Glad Tidings, giving you a taste of His (Grace and) Mercy, that the ships may sail (majestically) by His Command and that ye may seek of His Bounty: in order that ye may be grateful. We did indeed send, before thee, messengers to their (respective) peoples, and they came to them with Clear Signs: then, to those who transgressed, We meted out Retribution: and it was due from Us to aid those who believed. It is Allah Who sends the Winds, and they raise the Clouds: then does He spread them in the sky as He wills, and break them into fragments, until thou seest rain drops issue from the midst thereof: then when He has made them reach such of His servants as He wills, behold, they do rejoice! Even though, before they received (the rain) just before this they were dumb with despair! Then contemplate (O man!) the memorials of Allah's Mercy! how He gives life to the earth after its death: verily the Same will give life to the men who are dead: for He has power over all things. And if We (but) send a Wind from which they see (their tilth) turn yellow, behold, they become, thereafter, ungrateful (Unbelievers)! (The Holy Koran: 30/46-51)