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THE SINGLE MONAD MODEL OF THE COSMOS:

Ibn al-Arabi's Concept of Time and Creation

by Mohamed Haj Yousef



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Table IV.1: The taken out days. There are three daytimes and three nights between the daytime and the night that is taken out of it. This Table is summarized from Ayyam Al-Sha n, pp. 6-7.


 

The daytime of

was taken out of the night of

 

4

Wednesday

Sunday

1

5

Thursday

Monday

2

6

Friday

Tuesday

3

7

Saturday

Wednesday

4

1

Sunday

Thursday

5

2

Monday

Friday

6

3

Tuesday

Saturday

7

Therefore, as we can see, there are three days between each daytime and its partner night. Of course normally the observable earthly week will run starting from the beginning of Sunday night, then Sunday daytime, then Monday night, then Monday daytime, and so on. These are the normal 'circulated' days. The 'taken-out' days, however, as we see from this table above and in Figure IV.1, run also starting from the beginning of Sunday night but leaving out three daytimes and three nights jumping to Wednesday daytime (of the circulated days) and so on.

Therefore the flow of time for the take-out days is different from the normal circulated days. In order to understand the flow of the taken-out days let us show the above relation graphically as in Figure IV.1. It is better to imagine this graph in three dimensions because as Ibn Arabi indicated that the reason behind this interference between the taken out days and the circulated days is the three dimensional structure of the world that we live in [Ayyam Al-Sha n: 7].



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