From Avrazin To Islam in I've Just Reverted (Converted) to Islam Posted August 10, 2005 :D warahmatullahi wabarakatu, well, there's a angel for every aspect of the world and heaven. You're right...there are so many angels that if one wanted to count it'd be almost impossible for them to do so. There are more angels than the other creations of Allah (swt). Some of the angels have been made known to us and i'll state them.... Angel Jibrael-messenger of Allah to his prophets. Angel Israfil is the angel assigned to blow the horn on the Day of Judgment. Asraâ€™il is the Angel of death, whose assignment is to capture the soul of the person when it leaves his body at death. Ridwan is the angel in charge of Paradise. Malik the angel in charge of Hellfire. There are angels in charge of the clouds, the winds, and the plants. With each human there are eight (8) angels--whose assignment is to protect that person from the harm of the jinn. It was narrated that if it were not for these angels, the jinn would play with the person like the person plays with a ball. The zabaniyah are angels in charge of torturing the blasphemers in Hellfire. There are other angels who roam around, writing down the leaves that drop off the trees. Some angels are in charge of delivering the salutations to the Messenger of Allah in his grave of the one not present at the grave of the Prophet who says salams to him. There is an angel in charge of the womb of the woman. He writes matters on the forehead of the fetus when the fetus is 120 days old and his soul joins his body. There are the angels who carry the ^Arsh. Rataâ€™il is the angel in charge of relieving the sadness of the believers; Mikaâ€™il is the angel in charge of the rain. Angel Isma^il is in charge of 12,000 angels in one sky who are his direct assistants. There are the angels who write down the deeds of the person-each one has two with him, one who writes the good deeds, and the other who writes the mubah and the bad deeds. There are the angels, Munkar and Nakir, who question the person in the grave, and many, many more and Allah (swt) is all-knowing. and I never love anyone more than the creator, but I would want the one I love in paradise, and not somone made to be perfect. I love imperfections as well as perfections. If i'm not mistaken you seem to be referring to the 'Hoor' as the perfected someone? It is good that you love the creator more than anyone else and inshallah the one you love in dunya will be with you in akhirah. Welcome to Islam brother.