Interview with an unborn baby


– Hello Mr, Fetus.

– Hi.

– How do you do?

-I’m fine, thanks.

– What a dark and small place you live in.

– I don’t think so! Pretty big for me. –

– If you say so. What do you usually do?

–  Nothing much, mostly having a great time with my Ropi-Red.

– You mean the umbilical cord?!

– I guess so!

– Tell me more about it.

– True pleasure indeed. A little long, but I got to say it is the only best thing that anyone can have.

– (You have no idea!)

– Lately, I’ve noticed some strange transformations.

– What kind of transformations?

– Not sure, but odd excess parts are growing from me. Tried to get rid of them with my Ropi-red different times but I couldn’t.

– Oh, please don’t!

– Why?

– Because they’re your organs growing to complete you eventually.

– What are their use for?

– They will help you to do things when you are born.

– When I’m what?

-Born. Means when you leave this dark place to continue your life in another far more bigger and better world.

– You must be kidding…

– I’m not, it’s vitally important for you to make yourself ready and complete for that time otherwise you’ll get into some serious problems.

– Like what?

– Feel these two? They’re your feet. They will help you to walk in the future.

– What’s walk?

– Walking; means to move your body from a place to another place using your feet.

– (LOL) you’re crazy! Why the hell should I ever need to move myself?! Don’t you see how comfortable I am?

– I know you feel comfortable for now because of your connection to your umbilical cord but in the other word there is no Ropi-Red!

– You’re being silly! It’s always been here and I’m sure that it’ll always be here too. Even if someday somebody cut my Ropi-Red as you say, I’ll be dead, so I won’t feel any pain.

– You don’t understand, loosing you Ropi-Red is not the end of everything. On the contrary it’s the true start of you real life, the life that you deserve and have been created for.

– Nonsense! Maybe you want to say that these bumps are useful in the other world too?!

– Definitely, they’re your eyes. You’ll be able to see the beauty of the other world with them. There are so many beautiful colors, amazing flowers and so many fascinating scenes to see … don’t you want that?

– I don’t know! More look like some made up stories you’re telling …! What does it have for you really?

– Nothing, I just want to prevent you from a huge loss.

– That’s sweet! So what do you think I should do?

– You have to be careful about what you take from Ropi-Red. There are some Vitamins and other useful items for you to absorb and also some harmful thing that you should not accept from Ropi! This control may be a little hard for you at first but believe me, this little joy of your present life is absolutely not comparable to the great pleasures of the other world. Right now you just don’t have the means to understand those pleasures.

– Not to compelling, but I think I’ll give it a try!

– Good boy. See you on the other side

– I hope so



“This is the same story that 124000 prophets have been sent by God to tell”

But unfortunately we stick to our worldly Ropi-Reds…


Holy Qur’an (75;3-5):


Does man think that We cannot assemble his bones?

  1. أَيَحْسَبُ الْإِنسَانُ أَلَّن نَّجْمَعَ عِظَامَهُ

Nay, We are able to put together in perfect order the very tips of his fingers.

  1. بَلَى قَادِرِينَ عَلَى أَن نُّسَوِّيَ بَنَانَهُ

But man wishes to do wrong (even) in the time in front of him.

  1. بَلْ يُرِيدُ الْإِنسَانُ لِيَفْجُرَ أَمَامَهُ


Note: This interview is inspired by a quote from Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)


23 thoughts on “Interview with an unborn baby

    1. How gratifying is the good news of immortality for man! How calm his soul will be after hearing that this life has a great purpose and his existence is not in vain. But unlike kings he should build his glorious empire brick by brick using good will and humanity and that’s when the difficulties of life turn sweet…
      I truly appreciate your support and I’m glad that you marked this post with your kindness.

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    1. Ignorance is what we can not deny! mostly we are so much overwhelmed by worldly issues that we forget to make our mind straight to thing about who we truly are? what do we do in here? where have we came from and to what destination we are heading …
      I really appreciate it dear Fatima. Your support is a great encouragement for me.

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  1. Very good post. Loved the interview. Instead of Mr Foetus. It could be Ms foetus. I am glad that, that foetus learned to be happy and content in its surroundings. I didn’t get the point world has beautiful things flowers n other things. The world has good and bad and we keep running after so many things. And I believe there is no use telling people anything. What we need to learn, life teaches us in her own way at the right time. foetus learned its own happiness too. I do not know much about any culture any holy book. Just the basics be good and be kind. This is just my point of view, nothing right or wrong about it. This works for me so I use it.

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    1. This post is simply an example for comparing this life to the eternal life after death. There are numerous passages in holy Qur’an describing afterlife and according to them joy or agony of that time depends on our present actions, just like a baby in the womb if he avoids growing and completing his organs like his eyes though they have no use for him at the time, he will be blind in the actual word and will be excluded from many pleasure of seeing …
      I myself believe that life has different plans for all us specifically and we need to experience them in order find their true meanings, but there are many things that we are able to experience or our time won’t allow us. For example to realize the damage of narcotics do you think that it is logical for me to experience a period of addiction or I can simply use other related experiences?
      Thank a lot for your kind words dear Shalini.

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      1. My comment was not for narcotics. Kindly delete my comment. I just gave comments on what I understood from your post and what I believe. I did write a disclaimer at the end

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      2. I sincerely appreciate your precious comment, just wanted to mention my thought about your saying “there is no use telling people any thing”, and I used narcotic just as an example to say that sharing our experiences with others may have many advantages …

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      3. Ok. There are a lot of people who take hookah. I have told the youngsters not to do that. So now I wait. Life will teach them. I can tell someone once, show them the path, then I move back. It’s their life, their decisions.
        I don’t know much about after life and all that. Neither have I thought about that. I just know today and the now. Rest of writings and understandings of different holy i do not know nor understand. I live life simply. At least I try to

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