Am I allowed to imagine
that if the prophet Mohammed met black kid and then white person (like Scandinavian) - and then South Asian (which, he might have met actually) and Far Eastern types (Mongoloid)
what he’d have said.
Or I don’t know. In Islam’s version - it’s more like God did not set him up to encounter the situation he faces all this appearance diversity of human beings - … so
I’m just wondering he might have just pointed out all our blood is red - and that settles the case etc.
Dunno. After/while wandering through so many scholarly articles about different interpretations of Sunni and Shia Islam -
my brain wonders this kind of stuff in between like a whiff.
what are we chasing really?
what are we really wanting to achieve?
Does it really have to take hundreds of years from now on?
Does it really takes all this Professors and all these academic bodies - and thousands of libraries with tens of floors -
and hundreds of thousands of academic articles (on each, average reader count could be like - maybe at most 10??? (or far less, I think, I once heard.))
How all this religions started? By people without any much institutions. They didn’t have buildings.
They didn’t have journals. They didn’t even have papers. They didn’t write things down.
Their words were in between their actions. (This goes true with Christianity, and probably Buddhism’s birth sequence)
I really don’t know - do we really have grasp, real good grasp of why things started like that came to be like this?
Do we really?
Am I again impolite to this ‘Civilization’ thing by asking this kind of question?