Dawood “I use my mind to understand what is in the Quran, how it explains itself, what it possibly mean”
So when you see birds and ALL in the heavens doing salat, do you use the Quran to understand this term?
24:41 Do you not realize that God, He is the One Whom all beings in the heavens and earth glorify, and the birds, with their wings outspread, as they fly in columns. All of them know their Salaat and Tasbeeh (mission and strife). God is Aware of what they do to fulfill His Plan. [All creatures know their Salaat, their inborn Divinely programmed instincts. So, they can automatically strive (do their Tasbeeh) in the best way. But humans are not programmed with such inborn instincts. Given free will, they must do their Salaat by following the revealed guidance and thus strive (do Tasbeeh) in the best way]
So when you see ALL including their SHADOWS doing sujood, do you use the Quran to understand this term?
13:15 And before God bow, willingly or unwillingly, all beings that are in the heavens and earth, as do their shadows in the mornings and evenings. [3:82, 41:11]
16:48 Have they not observed the things that God has created? Their shadows incline to the right and to the left; that is their utter submission to God, in all humility. [Even the shadows can show you that the entire Cosmos, with its celestial bodies, is submitting to His laws]
16:49 Indeed, before God, bows in submission all that is in the heavens and all that is on earth, from all moving creatures to the angels, for none are arrogant. ['All that is' includes three classes of God’s creation: Inanimate things, moving creatures, and angels. Angels, here, represent God’s forces in nature]