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Hadith Qudsi: What No Mind Has Ever Conceived

Hadith Qudsi: What No Mind Has Ever Conceived
 
Photo: Prayer near the Pyramids; C. 1940s.
 

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Muhammad the Messenger, may Divine Peace be upon him, once conveyed these words directly from Allah Most High:

'For my righteous servants, I have prepared what no eye has ever seen, what no ear has ever heard, and what no mind has ever conceived.'

(Hadith Qudsi transmitted by Abu Hurayra)

 

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