The truth about life on earth

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The Truth of the Life of This World by Harun Yahya

One of the major reasons why people feel a profound sense of attachment for life and cast religion aside is the assumption that life is eternal. Forgetting that death is likely to put an end to this life at any moment, man simply believes that he can enjoy a perfect and happy life. Yet, he evidently deceives himself. The world is a temporary place specially created by Allah to test man. That is why it is inherently flawed and far from satisfying man?s endless needs and desires. Every attraction existing in the world eventually wears out, becomes corrupt, decays and finally disappears. This is a never changing reality of life. This book explains this essential nature of life and leads man to ponder the real place to which he belongs, namely the Hereafter.
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  1. Is life on Earth really at risk? The truth about the extinction crisis | New Scientist

  2. Earth's biodiversity isn't just beautiful, it ensures human survival. But to protect nature's bounty we first need to know exactly how we're harming.

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