Charity. The Divine Science to Paradise “Islamic narrative”

If you ever have been fully engaged in any social or professional activity, you might have been experiencing a mental state that psychologists define as flow. You are completely involved and you feel enjoyment in the process of the activity. Some might experience flow while engaging in a sport and others might have such an experience while engaged in an activity such as painting, reading, or fishing. For some, this activity involves helping people, animals or plants in one way or another, which relates to the state of the soul introduced in this book called The Eternal Path of Charity. Indeed, during any charity-based activity, you will feel some kind of tranquility in your heart and sometimes, you will even experience tears of inner joy. This means that you are putting the path of your life in the pleasant Eternal Path of Charity.

Genre: Religion, Spirituality & New Age
Year:
2019
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I tried to learn about the divine commandment that was meant for both the universe and humanity. The first connection that I could make is that both the universe and human beings are created to be in constant movement, which means dynamic and imbalanced systems. I understood that nature is imbalanced in energy because the sun does not equally warm up the different regions of earth. As for humanity, the inequity is due to the fact that Allah (SWT) created us within a “gradient” of wealth including finances, material elements, health, appearance, intelligence to learn and the ability to master different skills. Based on the two Quranic verses (55:7 and 15:21) used to perceive the divine science and a spiritual view of movements in nature, I came also to understand that Allah (SWT) installs balance both between different regions of earth and between people by establishing two divine laws of charity in order to create justice between the rich and the poor and harmony in the universe and humanity. The most important lesson learned is that Allah (SWT) used nature as a universal school in order to show us that His science is based on charity in order to create balance and harmony. For the same purpose, the same divine laws of charity for Muslims are indicated in the Quran and The Prophet (PBUH)’s sayings. There is therefore a complete harmony between the signs of Allah (SWT) in nature, scientifically described by universal laws and His words in the Holy Quran. For instance, after the gestures of charity perceived during the summer, autumn and winter, the reward is the beauty of the deserved spring. This reward of the Cyclic Flow of Charity is a sign that comes every year as a lesson for humanity. Similarly, according to the Quran, helping people during our social and professional activities brings happiness and tranquility in our hearts because we self-purify our soul in the Eternal Path of Charity. This is now supported by research that link happiness to charity and unhappiness, poor moods and psychological problems to materialism. Moreover, natural disasters seem to be the second lesson from Allah (SWT) through nature in order to urge us to change our lifestyle from consumerism to charity-based societies.
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Zin Eddine Dadach

Zin Eddine Dadach is currently Assistant Professor at the Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Department of the Higher Colleges of Technology in the UAE. He is involved in academic research in Higher Education, Teaching Methods and Vocational Education. His industrial projects include simulation of chemical processes and exergy-based analyses of energy-conversion systems. more…

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