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G. Quran 2:255 appears to frown upon it). Most Muslims who practise this popular form of Islam are from its majority Sunni branch (which forms about ninety per cent of all Muslims). Some of their (often self-) appointed representatives inveigh against these religious customs in the name of an orthodoxy that is not as uniform or as totalitarian as its custodians would like it to be. In fact, the veneration of holy men who are friends of God is a very common practice by Muslims throughout India and Pakistan and in other places too.
Even if, as with Zacchaeus, it implies a change of heart and direction of life, it requires a hard-headed appraisal of the advantages that accrue from such a decision. To some hearers, this somewhat calculating, self-interested, unsentimental view seems rather shocking. Yet in the context of Jesus’ peasant and artisan society (and no doubt that of Luke’s rather different original audience, which was possibly slightly more rich and bourgeois in attitude than the author thought was good for it), struggling to survive and flourish in a colonial context and at the mercy of good harvests, religion was not a hobby but an essential and power-giving perspective.
It is precisely a strength of certain forms of Gnosticism, including the perennial philosophy, that it insists that there is more to life than meets the eye. This ‘more’ must, they insist, be taken very seriously indeed. Furthermore, proponents of the perennial philosophy could claim that they take very seriously commitment to Buddhism, Islam, Christianity or whatever is their spiritual home, and indeed may argue that it is more approximate to the demands and even nature of the Absolute than are others of its manifestations.
101 short cuts in math anyone can do by Rockmaker G.