In this khutba we look at how humans, having created superbugs and made antibiotics useless, are now turning to nature for modern cures. We are studying insects which live in communities, like ants, to find out how they heal themselves and trying to apply it to humans.
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad continues with the theme of human nature some inherently good some not.
He uses the example of Hazrat Abu Bakr (R) as someone who had in him inherent goodness and Abu Jehal who did not have this in his nature. They both heard the Holy Prophet’s (s) call. One, Hazrat Abu Bakr, welcomed it without question and became known for his greatness. The other, Abu Jehal, rejected it and became known as the sign of disbelievers.
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad sahib, the Promised Messiah, speaks here of natural or inherent qualities of people. He says that some people have a good nature and all that is needed is that it is made to shine through by coming into contact with someone from Allah who ignites this goodness in their nature and makes it shine through.