I wasn't really meaning that, but that is certainly something that I could agree with. What I was referring to is . . . . . lost for words . . . . . uhhh . . . . . it is not a case of God choosing to guide us or not guide us in a sense that there is a "personal God" that decides this or that. It is a case of comprehending God's attributes / Divine nature, and realising that being guided, is something to do with our own soul, which is from God / of God. I find it difficult to communicate these types of concepts.To understand them, one needs to appreciate the Islamic concept of God, I suppose..