The Islamic Way Of Cultivation By Muhammad Amaana Ibn Ali Al- Jaami
Author: Muhammad Amaana Ibn Ali Al- Jaami
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication year: 2009
About This Book:
Muhammad Amaana Ibn Ali Al-Jaami's "The Islamic Way of Cultivation" is a provocative and profoundly elevating work that examines the idea of self-awareness and self-development inside the setting of Islamic standards and values. This book provides perusers with a far-reaching comprehension of how to develop one's personality, conduct, and otherworldliness as indicated by Islamic standards.
Key characteristics include:
The book adopts a comprehensive strategy for self-improvement, covering outside ways of behaving as well as interior heart and psyche feelings.
It stresses the need to adjust self-awareness to Islamic standards, directing perusers on the most proficient method to carry on with a day-to-day existence that satisfies Allah.
Perusers will track down pragmatic exhortation on the most proficient method to construct ideals, oversee indecencies, and develop serious areas of strength for a strong person.
The book jumps into the profound parts of self-development, underscoring the significance of earnestness, dedication, and self-reflection.
Cultural and Religious Importance:
"The Islamic Method of Development" underscores the social and strict significance of self-improvement inside the Islamic custom, furnishing perusers with a more complete handle of confidence and character.
Muhammad Amaana Ibn Ali Al-Jaami's book is recognized for its scholarly profundity and educational thoroughness, making it a must-peruse for those looking for critical experiences in Islamic self-development.