Indications from Signs,*[-A5] Paperback - 63 pages,by Shaykh 'Abd al-Qadir as-Sufi,Published by Madinah Press.Description :Allah is not above or beneath or within or without. He is not fused or
joined nor interpenetrating, nor is He outside the cosmic reality. This
book indicates how Tawhid can be understood. The Underlying Structure of the Qur'anThe Qur'an complexifies internally through five phases :---. Sukut – silences. The Message is punctuated with breaks, silences, without which the meaning would not be clear.---. Huruf – letters. The Qur'an in its totality is letters. The means by which they are patterned is listed below. But letters also appear in the isolated form at the beginnings of certain units of the Qur'an. These letters are called al-muqatta'at.---. Kalam – words. The first level of meanings in the mulk – the outward realm of manifestation. Words have inner structures of their own.---. Ayats – signs. These constructions of word-patterning are the basic meaning clusters of the Book, the second level of meanings in the mulk. They have an inner structure of arrangement – grammar.---. Surats – forms. These are the large units, united by thematic content. There are 114 surats, or 113 which open with the 'Bismillah'.