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« on: May 15, 2009 09:24 AM »


Assalamu 'alaykum

There is a wonderful article on this website about Anger, and I know that it is a translated expert from Al Ghazali's Kitab ul-Sabr wal Shukr.  I am trying to find the arabic version of this section of the book.  The book however is quite extensive and my arabic is not so good.

I wish to show this to my arabic speaking parents, because I think they would benefit more from the arabic version.

If anyone can help me in anyway, Jazakul Allahu Khair!


Here is the article:
http://www.jannah.org/morearticles/38.html

This site has most has the main book 'Ihya' `ulumul Deen, which contains the book of Patience and Thankfulness:
http://www.ghazali.org/site/ihya.htm

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« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2009 03:43 PM »

Waalikoum as Salaam

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Know, O dear readers, that the medecine of a disease is to remove the
root cause of that disease. Isa (Jesus Christ) -peace be upon him-
was once asked: "What thing is difficult?" He said: "God's wrath."
Prophet Yahya (John the Baptist) -peace be upon him- then asked:
"What thing takes near the wrath of God?" He said:"Anger". Yahya -
peace be upon him- asked him:"What thing grows and increases anger?"
Isa -peace be upon him- said:"Pride, prestige, hope for honour and
haughtiness"


بيان الأسباب المهيجة للغضب
قد عرفت أن علاج كل علة حسم مادتها وإزالة أسبابها فلا بد من معرفة أسباب الغضب وقد قال يحيى لعيسى عليهما السلام أي شيء أشد قال غضب الله قال فما يقرب من غضب الله قال أن تغضب قال فما بيدي الغضب وما ينبته قال عيسى الكبر والفخر والتعزز والحمية


Here is the arabic full article, it is from the known book Ihya' 'Ulum al-Din

http://www.ghazali.org/ihya/arabic/j3-k05.doc

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