May 25, 2018 - Humas
» Prof. Muhaiban: Ramadhan is our Time to Reflect The Story of Adam
Prof. Muhaiban: Ramadhan is our Time to Reflect The Story of Adam
The Isya Prayer that was continued by Tarawih Prayer on May 23rd at 2018, in Al Hikmah Prayers Room, discussed the self-reformation during Ramdhan. In the event, Prof. Muhaiban acted as a speaker on self-reform during the month of Ramadan 2018.
Self Reform messages which were delivered by Prof. Muhaiban clearly states that: Always thankful to Allah for the blessings that have been given, still worship to Allah SWT and the last is say thanks for Allah for all achievements during our lifetime.
Prof. Muhaiban cited the story of Adam and "a cursed fruit from a mystical tree", the first mankind leaders. Adam was born in Heaven and was given the freedom to enjoy all the contents of heaven. In the story of Adam "breaking the rules", it is told thatof three offenses committed by Adam to Allah the Almighty.
Adam has been given by Allah the Almighty the opportunity to enjoy all the contents of heaven, but he still communicates with the Devils which is "the Fallen Angels". "The act of Adam to communicate with" The Fallen Angels "was the first offense of Adam to Allah." Prof. Muhaiban stated to the audince
"Moreover, Adam was given the freedom to indulge, but at the instigation of "The Fallen Angels, he approached" a mystical trees "which had been condemned by God. Of course this is recorded by Allah SWT.", Prof. Muhaiban Further explained the story of Adam.
As the result, Adam got a curse caused by eating "A Cursed Fruit" from "the Mystical Tree". "It is a good reason for God to bring Adam to Earth as learning because Adam listened to the whisper of Devils "The Fallen Angel"."
Thus, the story of Adam who was sent down to earth by Allah the Almighty gives a lesson for human beings. First of all, to give thanks to Allah SWT for the blessings that have been given, second, A man have to be a worshipers to Allah SWT on their daily lifes and the third, Thanking Allah SWT for all achievements during life. In short, the history of Adam and "the Cursed Fruit" is a turning point to reform our cultural mindset and daily habbits.
The Tarawih moment of of May, 23rd at 2018 was also attended by International Students, who have become Indonesian Permanent Residents, joined I Camp Programs 2016, organized by the Office of International Affairs in collaboration with the Graduate School Department.
Reporter: Ferril Irham Muzaki