Read the chapter on Dispraise of the Hawa (desires) from Discipling the soul by Ibn Jawzi free online. al-Hafiz Abul Faraj ibn al-Jawzi Spirituality. explains a chapter written by Imam Ibn Al-Qayyem entitled, \”Dispraise the Lowly the chapter and shows how Muslims can avoid the lowly desires (Al- hawa). Imâm Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah/Saleh As-Saleh Language: English | Format: PDF | Pages: | Size: 3 MB A description and clarification about.

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That He may enrage the disbelievers with them i. The Tawheed and the following of Al-Hawaa are two contrary matters: But as for him who feared standing before his Rabb, and retrainedhimself from impure evil desires, and lusts.

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We praise Him, and seek His help and forgiveness. It would not crossto [these delights] except over the bridge of hardship and toil. A dose of patience making himself endure the bitter taste of the moment i. Whatever opposes the Qur’aan and Sunnah and the way of the Salafis to be rejectedand whatever is in agreement is accepted because it is not innovated.

Math-hab if theevidence preponderate a different position from a particular Math-hab.

In case of sickness itmeans, abstaining from things [including food] that are injurious. He should realize that Al-Hawaa does not associate with any affair except that itcorrupts it.

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Dispraise of Lowly Desires (Al-Hawaa) – English – Dr. Saleh As-Saleh

The most enriched in Al-Muroo’ah of the people is him who has the strongestopposition to his Hawaa. The worst of enemies to man dospraise his Shaytaan and his Hawaa, and the best friendhe has is z intellect and his associate angel who gives him advice. He renders it in a bad state for him.


Inevitably, theremust be a predominant influence upon [a person’s] attitude by one of his companyand in a certain manner. The Qawl of the heart is the belief I’tiqaad in what Allaah has informedabout His Self, His Names and Attributes, His Actions, His Angels, and all thatwhich He revealed in His Book and sent upon the tongue of His MessengerMuhammadThe ‘Amaal of the heart include love for Allaah, reliance upon Him, turning to himin repentance, fearing Him, having hope in him, devoting the Deen sincerely IDHim, having patience in what He orders and forbids, having patience with His decreesand being pleased with them, having allegiance for His pleasure, having tanility forHim and humbling oneself in front of Him, and becoming tranquil with Him.

Many of his works were burned by the enemies ofthe path of the Salaf together with many of Ibn Taymeeyah’s. The Deen and reasoning. If it gets to the division of Al-Qismah,53 it changes from a justinto an unjust division.

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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. He also invoked Allaah saying: If you drive him away, he lolls his tongue out, or ifyou leave him alone, he [still] lolls his tongue out. Qur’aankn youwould find neither a Waliy [protector or guardian] nor any helper against Allaah. It is feared that he who follows Al-Hawaa may become altogether detached fromEemaan Faith while being unaware.

Thus, Al-Hawaa instigates him towards what he wants just as Al-Ghadhab anger averts from him what may hurt him. The compiler of the book, Dr. It has been called Hawaa because it throws down its follower.

He goes around him trying to find how toinvade him so that he renders his heart and deeds corrupt. The Isnaad chain of narration of this hadeeth is weak because of the status of weakness of Nu’aim BinHammaad a narrator.


The deen of Islaam is the way of life prescribed by Allaah. Therefore, whoever lacks patience and allows his hawa to lead his mind has then made the follower be followed and the led a leader. It is known that Zuhd practices developed intoorganized forms of hunger, poverty, self-strive, seclusion, sleeplessness, wandering, hand-clapping, dancing, going to the markets in strange ways, abandoning the interest in hadeethknowledge, and other extremes.

In any case that he did not find evidence from the Qur’aan and or Sunnah, he gaveprecedence of the sayings of the Sahaabah over any other saying.

Some learned men said: As if they were frightened [wild] donkeys. He went and said: He had many students including Ibn Katheer d. Ibn Katheeras well as other scholars, wrote many good things about his worship andThikr.

A Chapter on the Dispraise of Al Hawaa Lowly Desire Ibnu Qoyyim Al Jauziyah 243

It is quitecertain that if one day of the days of pleasure preoccupies the ‘Abdfrom the beginning to the end of his life, it would be like a summercloud that clears off bringing forth little [rain] and like an imaginaryform or thing that visits one in sleep, by the time it arrives it is about toleave!

Most Famous of the Sunan are: The Math-hab refers to a school of thought. Muhammad Bin AbeeAl-Ward said: Nor they take any step to raise the anger of disbelievers nor inflict any injuryupon an enemy but is written to their credit as a deed of righteousness. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts disprqise email.

Abu Bakr Al-Warraaq83 said: