Rafig Y.Aliyev. The child of romanticism

The romanticism of the soul and body is the strongest and the most important of everything on earth. It is not within the power of time!



Each of us can witness the manners of a newborn infant that are not subject to a deep scientific analysis. However, under any circumstances its shining happy smile, uncontrollable motions of the hands and legs make us happy and joyful. This is rather because, except our “grain” of life, there is a heavenly part of a newly created pair of soul and body that settled in the infant at the beginning of its conception, i.e. in the mother’s belly. Its soul is clear and blameless. Therefore, the newborn baby’s every motion of the lips, sounds it utters and sincere immaculate serene look arouse admiration in each of us.  

However, with time the child’s mind and consciousness that were given by God together with the soul, make themselves felt by performing their missions; they move gradually the pure romanticism of infancy to the background. As a result of that, the child is aspiring to cognition, to a more independent expression of his/her attitude to the surroundings and stops to be the so-called “unreasonable child”.

By six or seven, the child starts using the capabilities of his mind and consciousness and thus forming his own romanticism, i.e. infatuation that often turns into an obsession overwhelming all his being. In such cases, they say, without going into the meaning, that he/she as if has regenerated implying by that his/her age and unconscious deeds and actions observed in infancy. 

Despite an active participation of mind and consciousness, the child at that time acts in his/her own way being in the power of the pleasure instinct and goes towards the goal with his/her eyes “closed”. Everybody is familiar with this kind of state. “Blind love”, this is how this stage of development of real earthly romanticism is often called. However, how much wisdom and meaning are there in these words! The moment of an initial stage of soul’s moving (life energy) to the infant’s body is almost repeated. Along with that, such a state is not completely realized and deliberate when the manifested instinct suppresses the consciousness. Sooner or later, the mind and consciousness also add a dose of disappointment, as if “retribution” for the attempts to break the initial romanticism of the soul and body is starting.

Having grown up into a youth, the child starts a more conscious stage – an intensive and purposeful search of an object of his sympathy, affection, lust. 

The necessity of these notions is eternal as all we know. If a young boy succeeds in finding the object of his adoration, a marriage will take place and the foundation of new earthly romantic stories will be laid down. The baton is handed on from parents to children and then to grandchildren. Everything returns to the beginning. This is the recurrence of the world. All rotates in one big circle. 

Having passed their romanticism to children, parents look for a new, more pragmatic romance in real life. This is the so-called romantic journeys to health resorts. 

Thus, some people take advantage of their chances in the realized planned romanticism. One can give free rein to one’s imagination and invent hundreds of variants of making secret and obvious wishes come true. However, after 45 to 50, time predestined for all that is limited by age and circumstances. 

Anyway, at that time, the very life cannot be compared to romanticism of the soul and body or to that appearing in youth. The soul preserves the status of sanctity, endlessness of its sympathy to the body penetrating deep into the immense ocean, an immeasurable space where nobody and nothing can prevent its co-existence with the body in which it stays.

With time, i.e. when death comes, the body is relegated to oblivion, while romanticism and soul go up to the heavens, where the all space is filled with the spirit of true selfless love of many billions of pairs that once, as far back as mother’s belly, were involved in the atmosphere of heavenly romanticism. The sacrament of life generates there namely, where, far from people’s eyes, a certain divine combination of fates of two substances, heavenly and earthly, takes place. The latter implies that before the birth, a child of two persons’ love is nearly in the state of weightlessness and solitude. 

We all pass through this stage by laying down the foundation of co-existence with soul. Physicians and psychologists assert that a mother thinking for a long time about the abortion during the pregnancy, after a child is born, faces unexplainable hostility and rejection on the child’s part. The child hurts her, he himself not realizing that, and sometimes estranges himself from her and from parental house.

I guess that the situation generates from the very moment when the mother’s intentions about the abortion might infiltrate into the infant’s subconsciousness, at the beginning of its romantic relations with the soul, i.e. the first and only divine romanticism. Instinctively, the child cannot forgive his mother for her intentions to frustrate his interrelations with the soul. The sense of revenge in his consciousness dominates over the sense of devotion and respect towards his mother. It is not clear up to date why the mature child does not take into consideration the circumstance that, thanks to his mother only, a new pair constituting a unit, the child of romanticism and life, i.e. the soul and body, has appeared. The rest is secondary. That’s why each of us is tender towards the first love, the outlines of which are formed at the beginning of life, in the mother’s belly who is the Creator’s great helper in the continuation of mankind on earth. The mother, per se, assists her baby in turning to a part of romanticism by bounding and nurturing every single cell of its body and filling them with the smallest elements of selfless love initially asking nothing in return. By that she meets physiological needs of the prenatal creature at the expense of the resources of her own body.

It is also an open secret that when a mother faces a difficult alternative of preserving her life or that of the child, in most cases she makes a choice in the favour of her future child. In this action I see the elements of unconscious protection of a newly appeared pair of body and soul. The child learns about his mother’s sacrifice long after. 

I think all mothers act the same way, sacrificing themselves. The power of love to one’s child is much stronger than the mother’s life. Her soul will take the information to heaven. Having sacrificed her own life to save her child, the mother becomes an object of deep respect among other souls. This is the highest reward for the mother.

Nevertheless, I have difficulty in finding unambiguous answers to simple, as they seem to me, questions: why cannot the child of romanticism forgive his mother’s ill-considered ambiguous intention to agree to the abortion after having listened to her talk to father or herself? Does not this mean that the romanticism of soul and body that starts in the mother’s belly is really the most important and the strongest of everything on earth? 


Rafig Y.Aliyev,

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, founder of “Irshad” Center on Islamic Studies

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