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It is the nature of this life that people will suffer from worries and stress, because this world is a place of disease, hardship and suffering and there will be no cure for this distress and anguish, unless one turns to Allah for assistance.
This book provides an Islamic perspective of worries and stress and how best to handle with them. Readers will find it helpful in dealing with their everyday lifes.
“Whoever works righteousness, whether male or female, while he (or she) is a true believer, verily, to him We will give a good life (in this world, with respect, contentment and lawful provision), and We shall pay them certainly a reward in proportion to the best of what they used to do (i.e., Paradise in the Hereafter).”
Surah Al-Nahl 16: 97
It is also the nature of this life that people have to put up with suffering and hardship for various reasons. People feel regret for what has happened in the past, anxious about what may happen in the future, and worried about what is going on in the present. The things that cross our minds and make us feel distressed are things in the past that have caused grief, things in the future that we are worried about, and things in the present which concern us. People react differently to stress and worries, depending on how many things are concerning them, whether the worry is continuous or not, and on whether they have faith in their hearts or are rebellious and sinful. People’s worries and concerns will also differ, according to the differences in their motivations, circumstances and individual responsibilities. This book gives examples of different kinds of stress and worry, and discusses them in some detail
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