Is the words of Allah exactly the same as Allah?

Apparently in Muslim tradition its evil to say that Allah has three parts. The point about "God as One" seems to have a reoccurring theme.

Therefore if the parts are not:

  • Allah (The Father)
  • What Allah Says (The Word)
  • Allah's Breath (The Breath, translated as spirit to show the righteous psychology(soul) he wants us to maintain. The one like his.)

Does this mean that in Islam thought Allah actually is what he says, and that he never stops speaking?

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"Does this mean that in Islam thought Allah actually is what he says, and that he never stops speaking?"

The godhead in islam has the attribute of speech; it is not its speech, just like I am not my speech. The sufis might explain the godhead as the only actually existent being, everything else just secondary in nature and dependent on the godhead. The godhead is ontologically considered as one, undivided, and independent. Its nature is described by a number of attributes that it manifests. It is the creator, so it creates; it has speech, so it speaks; it is irresistible, so it compels everything it wishes to compel; it is the sustainer, so it sustains what it creates; and so on. That does not mean that its creating, its speech, its compelling, or its sustaining are its existence, they are manifestations of its nature.

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