The Prick of a Thorn

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Dr Disha Utz | IIPH

The book’s title was inspired by a saying of Prophet Muhammad (sa):
‘Every fatigue, illness, distress, worry, grief, or harm that befalls the Muslim, including the prick of a thorn, will be accepted by Allah as expiation for some of his or her sins.’ (Bukhari)

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The times in which we are living are fraught with wars, natural disasters, and various other tribulations, in addition to the ongoing struggles within our own souls. This book will help the reader to understand the logic of events in a seemingly chaotic world, to comprehend the rationale for seemingly unbearable trials and tribulations, and to implement sound Islamic methodology in finding the most effective coping techniques.
The book’s title was inspired by a saying of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ ۔ Every fatigue, illness, distress, worry, grief or harm that befalls the muslim, including the prick of a thorn, will be accepted by Allah as expiation for some of his or her sins (Bukhari).
Appreciating the wisdom and mercy associated with each trial that we face is the first step toward beneficial coping. Ultimately, tribulations should lead to increased servitude to the Creator, an appreciation of the bounties that He has bestowed upon us, and a level of spirituality that allows us to transcend the challenges that we face.
Author

Aisha Utz

Binding

Hardback

Pages

299

Language

English

Publisher

International Islamic Publishing House, Saudi Arabia

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