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    In the second vision, Abou Ben Adhem encounters the Angel again. This time the Angel shows him the list of names whom God has blessed for their love. Abou Beb Adhem is surprised to see his name leading the list of the names. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    In the second vision, Abou Ben Adhem encounters the Angel again. This time the Angel shows him the list of names whom God has blessed for their love. Abou Beb Adhem is surprised to see his name leading the list of the names.

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    Abou could have a “deep dream of peace” because he loved his fellowmen and lead a happy and stress-free life. Abou had no demands from life and even lead a simple innocent life. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    Abou could have a “deep dream of peace” because he loved his fellowmen and lead a happy and stress-free life. Abou had no demands from life and even lead a simple innocent life.

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    “Deep dream of peace” denotes to a meditative state of rest and peaceful sleep. Abou could have a “deep dream of peace” because he loved his fellowmen and lead a happy and stress-free life. Abou had no demands from life and even lead a simple innocent life. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    “Deep dream of peace” denotes to a meditative state of rest and peaceful sleep. Abou could have a “deep dream of peace” because he loved his fellowmen and lead a happy and stress-free life. Abou had no demands from life and even lead a simple innocent life.

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  1. When the Angel appeared in the first night, Abou saw that the book it was writing contained all the names “of this who love the Lord” but not his name. So he requested the Angel to mention his name as he loved his fellowmen. When the Angel arrived the second time, Abou saw his name exceeding the topRead more

    When the Angel appeared in the first night, Abou saw that the book it was writing contained all the names “of this who love the Lord” but not his name. So he requested the Angel to mention his name as he loved his fellowmen. When the Angel arrived the second time, Abou saw his name exceeding the top of all the others’ name in the list. The mentioned line stated thé precedence of his name in the list.

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  1. The phrase “great wakening light” means a powerful and bright light which is strong enough to wake up the world. It is usually a halo centric light seen in respect with Gods and Angels, a similar such light roused Abou from his sleep. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    The phrase “great wakening light” means a powerful and bright light which is strong enough to wake up the world. It is usually a halo centric light seen in respect with Gods and Angels, a similar such light roused Abou from his sleep.

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    The phrase “great wakening light” is usually a halo centric light seen in respect with Gods and Angels, a similar such light roused Abou from his sleep. When the Angel again came the second night, the bright light woke Abou up. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem    

    The phrase “great wakening light” is usually a halo centric light seen in respect with Gods and Angels, a similar such light roused Abou from his sleep. When the Angel again came the second night, the bright light woke Abou up.

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  1. One night Abou Ben Adhem woke up from his deep and peaceful sleep. He saw his whole room bathed in the moonlight, “making it rich and like a lily in bloom.” At the moment Abou saw an Angel writing “in a book of gold.” Out of curiosity, Abou asked the Angel what it was writing to which the latter repRead more

    One night Abou Ben Adhem woke up from his deep and peaceful sleep. He saw his whole room bathed in the moonlight, “making it rich and like a lily in bloom.” At the moment Abou saw an Angel writing “in a book of gold.” Out of curiosity, Abou asked the Angel what it was writing to which the latter replied that it was writing “The names of those who love the Lord.” However Abou heard that his name was not there so he, cheerfully, asked the Angel to mention his name as loved his fellow men.

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  1. In the fourth line, “like a lily in bloom”, the poetic device used is a simile. It has been used to draw a similarity between two unlikely things to depict the visual image more prominently. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    In the fourth line, “like a lily in bloom”, the poetic device used is a simile. It has been used to draw a similarity between two unlikely things to depict the visual image more prominently.

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  1. In order to describe the Angel, the poet has made use of lines like “The vision raised its head,/ And with a look made of all sweet accord.” Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    In order to describe the Angel, the poet has made use of lines like “The vision raised its head,/ And with a look made of all sweet accord.”

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  1. The Angel appeared for the second time in the next night in Abou’s room to show him the “names whom love of God had blest” and Abou saw that his name led all the rest. Read summary of Abou Ben Adhem

    The Angel appeared for the second time in the next night in Abou’s room to show him the “names whom love of God had blest” and Abou saw that his name led all the rest.

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