The Inevitable: Reflections on Death and Beyond By Dr. A'id al-Qarni
Author: Dr. A'id al-Qarni
Book Binding: Hard Cover
Size: 8.8 x 5.9 x 0.7 inch
About This Book:
Dr. A'id al-Qarni gives comments and insights based on Islamic teachings to assist readers consider the fleeting nature of life and the need of preparing for the afterlife.Dr. A'id al-Qarni tackles numerous subjects relating to death and the afterlife in "The Inevitable," including:
Death Is a Certainty:
The book most likely highlights death as an unavoidable fact that every human being must confront. It encourages readers to consider the brevity of life and the need of living with purpose and consciousness.
Dr. A'id al-Qarni may speak about the need for spiritual preparation for the trip beyond this world. Deepening one's connection with Allah, cleaning the spirit, seeking forgiveness, and engaging in acts of worship and good deeds may all be part of this.
Accountability and Judgment:
The book may discuss the concept of accountability in the afterlife, emphasizing the belief in the Day of Judgment, when people will be held accountable for their deeds in this world. It may investigate the implications of one's actions and the significance of living a righteous and ethical life.
Reflection on Mortality:
The book may invite readers to consider their mortality, challenging them to live with a feeling of urgency, prioritizing what actually matters, and pursuing meaningful and purposeful living.
Reminders of death help an individual maintain a balanced life, so that when he goes through ease he does not become arrogant or transgress against others, and when he goes through hardship he does not panic and fall into despair.This book is a timely reminder of death, for thinking of death deters one from persisting in sin and prompts one to do righteous deeds that may lead one to paradise, whereas forgetting about death may lead to one following whims and desires, and committing evil deeds that could lead one to hell. In this book, the author has also mentioned incidents from the lives of the Companions, successors, and other pious predecessors that highlight their concern for life after death despite their good deeds.