“Imagine trying to compile a book, where the words you chose would end up in perfect harmony. Wouldn’t that be an incredibly difficult task?
Envision then, you are composing pages of this book, from time to time over a couple of decades, while doing other things, like running a small business, teaching, and moving to another city, where you become the mayor.
People take notes as you recite these compositions to them and eventually you complete the book, by not writing any more. All this without a complete copy of the book in front of you to proofread!
After you pass on, people then collect these pages together.
Is it reasonable to suggest that such a book could even exist, possessing perfect linguistic balance and harmony, while still carrying a most profound message?
This analogy is very similar to how the Holy Qur’an was revealed, and indeed it does possess…
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