Dealing with Lust and Greed According to Islam By Sheikh Abd al-Hamid Kishk
Author: Sheikh Abd al-Hamid Kishk
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
Sheikh Abd al-Hamid Kishk's "Dealing with Lust and Greed According to Islam" is a sophisticated and insightful guide that confronts the issues provided by human impulses, particularly lust and greed, from an Islamic perspective. Sheikh Kishk, a distinguished Islamic scholar, draws on the teachings of the Quran and Hadith in this illuminating work to provide practical and spiritual guidance on avoiding the traps of excessive desires. The book serves as a guide for those wanting to negotiate the complicated terrain of human desires within the framework of Islamic ethics.
Understanding the Origins of Desire
Sheikh Abd al-Hamid Kishk begins an in-depth investigation into the nature of human desires, notably the overwhelming powers of passion and greed. The book illuminates the psychological and spiritual implications of these impulses, providing readers with a thorough grasp of the difficulties that unrestrained desires cause in one's personal and spiritual development.
The Quranic Teachings on Self-Control
The incorporation of Quranic knowledge in addressing and controlling lust and greed is central to the text. Sheikh Kishk selects passages from the Quran with care to illuminate divine guidance on self-control, moderation, and cultivating a balanced and disciplined lifestyle. The book transforms into a spiritual guidebook, helping readers on a journey toward conquering their cravings according to Islamic precepts.
Self-Improvement Strategies That Work
"Dealing with Lust and Greed According to Islam" goes beyond theoretical debates to provide practical techniques for self-improvement. Sheikh Kishk provides readers with specific measures based on Islamic teachings to assist them in overcoming the obstacles created by excessive cravings. The book becomes a practical guide for people who want to make great changes in their lives.