|Author||Majdi Muhammad Ash-Shahawi|
|Size in Inches||6x9|
|Size in Centimeters||15x22|
|Edition||1st (May 2004)|
In this book the highlights of the teachings of Islam have been presented through the glimpses of the lives of the righteous people who came before us and became the examples of religious enlightenment and excellence in the sincerity of faith and worship of Allah.
In our learning process, we come across sermons, admonitions, advices and stories based on the lives of righteous people... and these are the ones that interest us more and produce deep-rooted effects in our minds that we long remember to get benefited from them. And it is in the same spirit of learning that this book is compiled with.
|Everyone wants to live life to the fullest. Everyone has some goals, some ambitions and some desires about the life he wants to live.|
Not each person is similar to other about the likes regarding the life. The environment, family values, knowledge, education and profession affect the mental attitude to form about life, resulting in the making of the temperament of the person. Then after his behavior is developed as how to live a life.
If a person has no type of mental bounds then he is apt to adopt free ways to acquire whatever his goals and ambitions are, and to fulfill his desires by all possible means no matter fair or unfair.
But the person who has some good knowledge about the reality of life, his attitude about life, and its goals and ambitions will be different and so will be the ways of fulfilling his desires. He will found himself bound to adopt only the fair and legal ways.
Islam has presented clear conceptions regarding life and death, likes and dislikes, forbidden and allowed, and things legal and illegal. Our pious Predecessors have tried their utmost to live life according to them. In this book, we
Table of Contents
The Sermons, Admonitions, And Wise Sayings Of The
|Ibn `Umar (R) Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari (R) Mu'awiyah bin Abu Sufyan (R) `Umar bin `Abdul-`Aziz (R) Harun Ar-Rashid `Abdullah bin Al-Mubarak Muhammad bin Wasi Ibrahim An-Nakha'i Bilil bin Rabah (R) Ibn Al-Munkadir `Amir bin `Abd-Qais Al-Fudail bin `Iyad One Good Deed Led To His Repentance The Crying Of Righteous People When They Recite The Qur'an `Umar bin `Abdul-`Aziz (R) The Fear Of Not Having One's Good Deeds Accepted Salman (R) With Those Who Cry Who Did You Kill? What Kind Of Slaves Are You? The Grave Of A Righteous Man Conclusion|
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