Medicine of Prophet - Color - Arabic - الطب النبوى

Medicine of Prophet - Color - Arabic - الطب النبوى

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Heartfelt Advice to a Friend

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"In this short yet substantial tract of Ibm Al-Qayyim, he pens a message of heartfelt advice and appreciation to a friend of his by the name of Ala' Al Din; invoking Allah's Kindness, Guidance and Blessings upon him. Within this translation of 'Risalatu Ibn Al-Qayyim ila' Ahadi Ikhwänihi, the author explains the finer points of having a need in secking Allah's Guidance in all our affairs and the means to persist upon the Straight Path.
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SKU daara004
Language English
Author(s) Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim Al Jauziyyah
Publisher Dar Us Sunnah
Book Size 17X18
Book Cover Soft
"In this short yet substantial tract of Ibm Al-Qayyim, he pens a message of heartfelt advice and appreciation to a friend of his by the name of Ala' Al Din; invoking Allah's Kindness, Guidance and Blessings upon him. Within this translation of 'Risalatu Ibn Al-Qayyim ila' Ahadi Ikhwänihi, the author explains the finer points of having a need in secking Allah's Guidance in all our affairs and the means to persist upon the Straight Path. The risalah includes six weighty elements by which a Muslim can achieve happiness and pleasure; and through which righteousness can be perfected. The knowledge-based content of the book reflects In Al-Qayyim's attention to detail, while explaining it in an easy to understand manner. It's modelled as sincere advice to his friend that will of course, be of wider benefit to all who read it Insha Allah. He commented that, ""f you come to know what I have explained (in this message), you will then know that the ultimate pleasure, perfect delight and rejoice, grace and good life are found only in knowing Allah, worshipping Him alone, feeling comfort and affability with Him, longing to meet Him, and devoting the heart and endeavours for Him The author, Imam In Qayyim al-Jawziyyah (d. 751H), was one of the most prolific scholars of Islam. His inimitable and distinet understanding of Quran and Hadith was acknowledged by his peers, while his commentaries and interpretations remain unique in accuracy. He studied under Shaykh al Islam In Taymiyyah for sixteen years and accompanied him until the latter's death. He authored over sixty works, covering a multitude of Islamic sciences; many of his writings are characterised by their touching address to the heart and soul. He was deeply pious and took great care in how he utilised his time."
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