So what is the relationship between Fiqh and Akhlaq which is discussed here on Thursday nights?
Sheikh Raghib Isfahani (ra) has classified hijr in the Quran under three categories – the first of them being desertion by body
The Holy Imam (as) had previously asked Allah (swt) for the ability to triumph over the oppressors, but now appears to be asking for the exact opposite!
“Makr” in this instance has been translated to mean “craftiness,” however the true meaning of this word is when one instigates a plan to divert the opposition from their aims.
In part six of Dua Makarimul Akhlaq, Imam Zainul Abideen (as) now changes his attention towards establishing justice in his relationships with the public. Although various religions insist on “turning the other cheek”
Although the Imam (as) requests for the removal of negative traits from his personality, He also requests for the perfection of the goodness that already exists within him
Suspicion itself is considered to be a very negative trait for a Muslim as it’s based upon conjecture instead of concrete proof.
The primary and basic message of Islam, and especially from the approach of Ahlul Bait (a.s), is love for all! It is reported from Imam Zainul Abideen …
In our day to day language when using the word shaytaan we think of a personality who disobeyed Allah i.e Iblees.
The beauty of the Ahlul Bait (a.s) is that in addition to teaching us about what Excellent Moral Character is, their lives are the best manifestation