Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page By Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah. of Allaah in accordance with the condition of the heart, not by their number or form Diseases of the Hearts & Their Cures. Read Diseases of the heart and their cures by Ibn Taymiyyah. This is a balagha. net exclusive! Indeed there is in the body a piece of flesh which if it is sound then .

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So when this is understood, it becomes known that every serv- ant benefits from what Allah mentioned concerning faiths ei- ther extolling the branches of faith or censuring the branches of disbelief. Did you abuse him by calling his modier with bad names? Bearing witness to tawhtd opens the door of good and re- pentance from sins closes the door of evil.

A Book which We have sent down to curea, full of blessings that they may ponder over its verses, and that men of understanding may take heed. No change is there in the creation of Allah. The same applies to the ones referred to in His saying: Allah does not ac- cept any action until both these pre-requisites are met.

Al-Hidaayah Publishing and Dis Language: Life is also a necessary outcome of these – so every living thing heagt understanding, intention, and everything that has knowledge, intent and performs actions and performs actions out thier choice is alive. He surpassed his contemporaries in every science, you would not see one like him and his own eye did not see one like himself Mentioning illnesses alongside mariners and vain desires. Then all of them emigrated secredy except for ‘Umar bin al-Khattab and those like him.

Diseases of the Heart and Their Cures : Ahmad Ibn Taymiyyah :

This is the reality of servitude ubudijyah which can only be directed to Allah Alone. He accepted Islam five years before the Hijrah ib his acceptance was a great victory for the Muslims. And if you are asked to go back, then go back, for it is purer for you. He was a scholar in Usui and the branches of the religion, in grammar, the language and other textual and intellectual sciences He is the Imam, the Hafi2, the exegete, the legal jurist, Shaykh al-Islam: So tne people are responsible for their leaving what is commanded with re- spect to the rights of the envied, and they have exceeded the proper bounds in this even though they may not have taken a stance against him.


The second type is the brittle, dry, and dead heart. So the one who is affected by the one who is jealous is oppressed and should be enjoined to pa- tience and taqwa.

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He always showed a great concern for the affairs and welfare of the Muslims and this manifested itself greatly in his efforts during the Jihad against the Tartars, Christians and Rawdfidah wherein his displays of bravery, courage vures inspiring talks were one of the most important factors in the Muslims victory against their enemies.

And from the evil of the witchcrafts when they blow in the knots.

He brings them out from the darkness into the light. He met thirty Companions and was trustworthy and precise, a Legal Selected biographical notes Jurist. The life of the heart and its illumination is the cause of all good to be found in it and its death and darkness is the cause of all evil to be found in it. The trials that are presented to the hearts are the causes of its disease.

So if it is asked: This is why you find envy directed at the People of Knowledge, who have a following amongst the people that you will not find directed to others who do not have such a follow- ing.

The good and pure actions constitute justice for the soul whereas bad actions oppress the soul. He was well respected for his knowledge and strict asceticism.

Then He said, As for those who disbelieve, their deeds are like a mirage in a desert. His enemies were careful to look for anything by which they could attack him and they even- tually found what they were looking for in his works of belief en tided Aqidah al-Wdsitiyyah and x Aqtdah al-Hamawiyyah.

He was known for his knowledge of hadith, fiqh, and his taqwd and asceticism. It is the only type of heart that a person can bring to Allah on the Day of Judge- ment which will rescue him.


A number of his works have hart been translated and below is a list of these works followed by some of his works in Arabic. Know O beloved reader that it is most important to spend one’s time and energy in treating the heart, and hastening to correct and purify it from sickness and all sins.

The Aqida al-Wastiya of ibn Taymiya [tr.

Diseases of the Hearts & Their Cures

It disrases not possible to exaggerate his renown when he is mentioned and his fame does not require us to write a lengthy tract on him. This jealousy commonly occurs amongst those that share au- thority or property 9 in the case when some of them take a share from taymiyyan and others are left with none. Likewise was the case in the field of fiqh and its usul, as well as the Arabic language. Jealousy necessarily leads to desire and hatred just as Allah informed us of those that came before us: Explore the Home Gift Guide.

It is driven wild by the intoxication of its base desires and love of temporal things.

And Allah will indeed allow all of this to be preserved by him. The same is true for the disease of the heart for it is a type of degeneration that occurs in it, causing failure in its perception and desires. He is the author of the Sahih which is taymoyyah most au- thentic book of hadith after BukharL He died in the year H.

This is opposed to basad, the blameworthy form of envy where the envier wishes to see the blessings removed from the envied.

Its desires are degenerated by its hating the truth which would be of benefit to it, and loving the falsehood that would cause it harm.

This is the obscuring screen upon the eyes talked about in His saying, ‘ Reported by ibn Abl Shaybah, al-tmdn [p.