In a world where the informations are so abundant, it is difficult (sometimes) to make the difference between the true and the false, the good and the bad, …, etc.
However, we always ask ourselves questions (basically: Where we come from? Where are we going? And in the meantime - and this is what is more urgent to know - how should we behave towards ourselves and towards others?) to understand what we see and what we ... do not see.
It's precisely thanks to the sight and its 3 levels (ocular sight, sight of the reason, and sight of the heart; 2- "see", "look", and "view") that we can thus better approach material and immaterial subjects.
From there, it is not by chance that we introduced our book with: "We will show them Our signs in the horizons and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that it is the truth."
And before to discover those signs that lead to The Truth, it is important to point out a context that pushes your author to do this work.
Being a Muslim is both:
. An advantage: thus allowing a great acceptance of the principles of Islam with less effort.
. A responsability: if it is easy (as muslim) to open the own "eyes" to the Truth, Words of Allah, it is our duty (and we are very honored) to relay it to people who have not yet had the opportunity to do so.
Sorat Al-baqara (The Cow chapter) : 143 : سورة البقرة
Allah Almighty has spoken the truth. .صدق الله العظيم