Paul Walker – Famous Celebrity Actor from the ‘Fast and the Furious’
Paul Walker (Famous celebrity actor from the ‘Fast and the Furious’ movie) passed away a few weeks ago and this was the state of the car that he died in.
When ever a life is lost it is sad. What we want to do is draw some lessons from this sad incident and use it as a great reminder so that it will help us to remember the ultimate realty of Death and hopefully it will motivate some of us to search for the true meaning of life and to ponder deeply about our very existence, why have we been created and where are we going when we die.
Paul Walker like many of us was looking forward to the future to the release of his new ‘Fast and the Furious’ film next year, without thinking he may be dead by then.
Most of us do the same thing, we think about the future and ignore the fact that we may pass away before our plans ever become a reality.
Only Allah(The Creator) knows how long we have left in this world. Many of us may not be alive to see tomorrow, next week, or next year and that is the honest truth and the ultimate reality that the majority of us are ignoring.
We should use this reminder to make the most out of every minute we have in this world and do as much as we can for our Akhirah(HereAfter) by obeying the Creator and doing good deeds because as you can see from the picture’s, all it takes is a wrong turn of the steering wheel and you are gone.
Start today by asking your Maker to guide you to the true Purpose of life and to a life that is pleasing to him.
Put aside time to research the different religions that are making the claims that they are the truth and start a process of elimination all the way until you find the one that is organized not by human beings but by the Creator of human beings.
The truth is out there the question is are you earnestly, sincerely seeking it. This reminder of death should motivate you to take some actions towards the most important question in life…
The Purpose of life?
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