From the time we are born, until the time we die, human beings are constantly learning new things. The very first instincts of a child; to cry, to sleep, to smile are all natural characteristics. After this we need a teacher for almost every aspect of our lives and so we look to our mothers, our fathers and our siblings. The question arises now about how to ensure that as adults we know that we are behaving correctly, about whether or not the actions we are taught and develop are good not only for ourselves, but also for society as a whole.

Society often changes what is acceptable and what is not. A clear example of this is the treatment of women; a few hundred years ago, some societies decided that woman did not own souls. Only one hundred years ago many western societies still thought that women were the property of their husbands. Now, women are told that they are equal to men and can go out to work as an act of liberation, only to find that they still do the housework after a long day at the office!

So, who controls how society views each other, and how humans interact with each other?

There must be a clear set of behaviours that we must follow, but who has the right to tell another human how to behave? We as simple beings are all inclined to make mistakes, we have differences and weaknesses; what is good for one person may not be good for another.

The answer is that guidance must come from those in society who are beyond mistakes, people who have been sent as a guide to life, who all historically have taught just one simple message: To be obedient to the creator of all that exists, and to worship the creator alone without worshipping any partners.

Inside, you will find a list of some of those who were given this special task.



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