Belief is a very significant and personal issue in everyone’s life. Religions never imposed belief, it’s optional and only you can decide whether to believe or not.
During the last two years, I’ve decided I don’t want to talk about religion or discuss the existence of Allah with anyone because some people find it interesting to be stubborn when they know they’re wrong. I thought I’d be a mover, a man of a message, to call other non-believers to believe in Allah or at least introduce them to Allah but I was wrong, apparently. People don’t want to hear the truth, or give up their joys/challenges/fears due to belief, they find it easier to avoid the whole matter of it and JUST LIVE. There’s nothing called “just live” we “just live” when we want to motivate our desperate friends and try to give them hope, we tell them to just live so we can help them survive and not go suicidal but things are way deeper than “just live”.
I’m really astonished how some people can clearly “doubt” the existence of Allah! What’s more, they are well-educated and have been through many life experiences that had everything to do with their belief, yet they don’t admit the truth. The excuse is always “they didn’t feel like it or where’s Allah? why doesn’t He interfere and stop this injustice?” Belief takes surrender, surrender takes determination and determination needs you to admit that something’s wrong.
Personally, Allah means generosity, greatness and perfection. I close my eyes to feel His greatness, look around to see His generosity and live with people to discover His perfection.