Read the chapter on Dispraise of the Hawa (desires) from Discipling the soul by Ibn Jawzi free online. al-Hafiz Abul Faraj ibn al-Jawzi Spirituality. explains a chapter written by Imam Ibn Al-Qayyem entitled, \”Dispraise the Lowly the chapter and shows how Muslims can avoid the lowly desires (Al- hawa). Imâm Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah/Saleh As-Saleh Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: | Size: 3 MB A description and clarification about.
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The Dispraise of Al-Hawaa (Lowly Desire) – Imaam Ibn al Qayyim / Dr Saleh as Saleh
Its usemay also be restricted to describe the praiseworthy desire and love,part of which is the saying the Prophet: He [Allaah] closed all the paths that lead to Al-Jannahand did not open them to anyone except through his path. He should compare the safety of Deen, honor, and property, and rank to theattainment of the desired pleasure.
He thought that he was on the truthregarding this matter. The fully documented and authenticated reports from the Muhadditheen regarding thefitnah gave us the true positions of the Sahaabah regarding this matter. Sufyaan Bin ‘Uyainah said: These areprecisely the difficult moments of a calamity, wretchedness, the manifested divinedecree of an evil ending, and the malicious joy of enemies.
Math-hab if theevidence preponderate a different position from a particular Math-hab. For the same purpose,man has been endowed with the faculty of reason. Rather, at the end, the followed turns to a suffering that agonizes him inhis heart as one poet put it: It has been called Hawaa because it throws down its follower.
He migrated twice, once to Abyssinia the first migration and the second toAl-Madeenah.
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Allaah made obligatory upon the ‘Ibaad to love and obey him and to respecthim and fulfill his due rights. A description and dispraose about matters of the heart through which many people today are mislead.
Verily, by your life [O Muhammadin their wild intoxication, they were wanderingblindly.
The salaah and salaam of Allaah be upon HisProphet Muhammad. By Your Might, no one who hears q itwill fail to enter it. Abu Bakr Al-Warraaq83 said: He will not find any suitability whatsoever betweenthem.
If it gets to the division of Al-Qismah,53 it changes from a justinto an unjust division. Have you [O Muhammad seen him who has taken his illaah god as his owndesire? Man will not procure the same damage done to the animal because of the intensity ofthe preoccupying thought, and the weakness of the used male organ, and so chxpter.
It does not mean to abandon lawful means of earning, property,children, etc. He went and looked at it and at what Allaah has prepared thereinfor its people, then came to Him and said: Success is the associate of the intellect and defeat is the associate of Al-Hawaa. Allaah surrounded [Hisdelights] by all kinds of disliked things22 sheltering it from the despicable low soulswhich prefer vice and low acts.
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Each ‘Abd has a beginning and an end. And obey not him whose heart We have made heedless of Our Remembrance,one who followed his Haww and whose affair [deeds] has been lost.
Certainly this is better and more beneficial to this than taking pleasure in followinghis Hawaa. They ask you [O Muhammad. Sometimes He compared them to wild donkeys: IntroductionImaam Ibnul Qayyim said: The Jihaad against Al-Hawaa, if it is not more important than the Jihaad against theKuffaar, certainly it is dipraise less in importance.
There is no hope[for anyone] to gain the abundance in reward nor safety from severe tormentexcept for those who follow him on his path. Read Islamic Books Online balagha.
The self stands between the two armies. Ibnul Qayyim wrote many works in many Islaamic disciplines which were and still are amajor source of enlightenment for da’wah workers according to the path of As-Salaf As-Saalih the righteous predecessors.