Absolute Justice, Kindness and Kinship – The Three Creative Principles by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV. (ra)

Introduction

Hadrat Sahibzada Mirza Tahir Ahmad (1928-2003), the Head of the Worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (Jama‘at) from 1982-2003, began a series of lectures in Urdu at Jalsah Salanah (the Annual Convention of the Community) in Rabwah, Pakistan, in 1982, the year in which he was elected Khalifatul Masih, on the subject: (Absolute Justice, Kindness and Kinship—The Three Creative Principles)*The second lecture was delivered the following year, in December 1983, also in Rabwah, Pakistan. In 1984, Hazoor migrated to England where he delivered two more lectures on the same subject at Jalsah Salana, UK. The first of these (i.e., the third lecture of the series) was delivered on 2nd August 1987, and the second (i.e., the fourth and last lecture of the series) on 24th July 1988. The first lecture was translated into English and published in 1996, by Islam International Publications Ltd., England, under the title: Absolute Justice, Kindness and Kinship—The Three Creative Principles.
*
Hazoor himself gave this title to the English version of these lectures.

Later on Hazoor himself revised the text of all the four lectures, and made many additions and changes. Realizing that there was a big time lapse between the different lectures with the result that many repetitions had inadvertently found their way into them, he extensively revised the whole manuscript, shortened many passages and deleted many, to spare the reader the botheration of going through unnecessary repetitions, without any loss to the continuity of the
subject.

You can read the full book here:
http://www.alislam.org/library/books/AbsoluteJustice.pdf

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