True Knowledge

Poem By Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi

There is no knowledge except that taken from Allah,
for He alone is the Knower... the prophets,
in spite of their great number and the long periods of time
which separate them, had no disagreement in knowledge of Allah,
since they took it from Allah.

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