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Difference Between Islamic Spirituality; Irfan And

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Assalamallikum,

 

I did a read-through of the Quran's Verb Concordance. Recommended by me.

 

One interesting thing I found was that "think" is used 47 times.

 

This is different from "think-guess at" which is used 49 times.

 

Following the Quran & Sunnah is not a feel-good exercise as verbs relating to this do not exist in Quran.

 

Remembering the Quran reveals people act according to their own disposition/personality, what we "think" and act upon is what matters, not how we "feel".

 

So even on our "l feel lousy, today" days, do not forget salah.

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On 9/20/2015 at 6:21 AM, hasanhh said:

Assalamallikum,

 

I did a read-through of the Quran's Verb Concordance. Recommended by me.

 

One interesting thing I found was that "think" is used 47 times.

 

This is different from "think-guess at" which is used 49 times.

 

Following the Quran & Sunnah is not a feel-good exercise as verbs relating to this do not exist in Quran.

 

Remembering the Quran reveals people act according to their own disposition/personality, what we "think" and act upon is what matters, not how we "feel".

 

So even on our "l feel lousy, today" days, do not forget salah.

Alaikom,as Salam wa Rahmatullah, and what is the arabic Quranic word for both, would be nice to mention them.

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Salam Alaikom, i had heard it few years back but did not save it, so i had lost it and was after it for some time, now i can share it and do not need to explain it from scratch, thank you, you made much easier for us, thank you again for sharing this specific video. There is also another topic around such issues in this link: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235034412-im-spiritual-but-not-religious/?page=2

On 9/15/2015 at 8:51 AM, Khudayar said:

Iranian scholar Dr. Rahimpour Azghadi discusses the differences between Islamic Spirituality (Irfan) and the Eastern-Western forms of "Spirituality". 4 minutes clip from an Islamic Sermon.

 

 

 

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