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The following points emerge from an analysis of popular vicegerency:
Khilafah or vicegerency puts higher importance on the benefits extended to others than oneself.
A significant relationship appeared dominantly between the manifestation of Islamic worldview and level of readiness on the implementation of Islamic Accounting particularly on the aspects of vicegerency, perfect state, responsibility, equilibrium and justice.
With all due respect, and congratulating your honor on the upcoming blessed occasion of Qadir-e Khom Eid, the blessed message of that most esteemed leader that has roots in the pure fountain of Vicegerency, addressed to the heads of the head of the three branches of power was wholeheartedly received with heart and mind.
For example, Professor Ammara notes that, as a vicegerent of God, each Muslim individual assumes a duty to the development of others, as is clear in the Qur'anic verse Iron 7 tying vicegerency ("heirs") with almsgiving: "[S]pend in charity out of the substance whereof He has made you Heirs." (165) In order for international human rights law to parallel this model, it needs to rediscover the individual duty of Rousseau's social contract as a basis for rights.
Nevertheless, two specific manifestations deserve special mention: the doctrine of vicegerency and trust (amanah).
Therefore if his objectives are only gaining of wealth admiration and fame then it does not serve the purpose and demands of vicegerency.
Islamic worldview uses the term 'Vicegerency' (Khilafah) instead of sovereignty24, in view of the fact that, sovereignty belongs to Allah alone.
It means to establish the Sovereignty of God (and the Vicegerency of man) in this world."
Al-Nursi suggests that the Qur'anic verse, And He taught Adam the names, all of them (115) indicates that the greatest miracle upon which the supreme vicegerency of mankind revolves is the gift of true knowledge that can be gained by means of the grace of the Names.
At least two principles figure out as central: (i) Sovereignty of God; (ii) and the Vicegerency of man.
The Qur'anic doctrine of vicegerency (khilafah) also places on Man, as a trustee and custodian of the earth, the responsibility to build the earth and utilize its resources with a sense of justice to oneself, one's fellow humans, the environment and other inhabitants of the earth.