Quranic phrase coolness of eyes

ويقال قرتْ عينُه قرة ً وقرورةً أي بردت سروراً وجف دمعها

Quranic phrase coolness of eyes means when tears dry up after happiness. May God bless all believers with coolness of eyes through their families in this life and with pleasures of Paradise in the next life. May God bless us all with righteous sons.

وردت لفظة ( قرة ، قرت ) ثلاث مرات في القرآن الكريم ، اثنتان منها مرسومة بالتاء المربوطة (قرة ) ، في قوله تعالى :
( والذين يقولون ربنا هب لنا من أزوجنا وذريتنا قرة أعين واجعلنا للمتقين إماما ) الفرقان : 74 .
وقوله تعالى :
( فلا تعلم نفس ما أخفي لهم من قرة أعين جزاء بما كانوا يعملون ) السجدة : 17 .
وواحدة مرسومة بالتاء المفتوحة ( قرت ) ، في قوله تعالى :
( وقالت امرأت فرعون قرت عين لي ولك لا تقتلوه عسى أن ينفعنا أو نتخذه ولداً وهم لا يشعرون) القصص : 9 .

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Quran 21:30 and Ordovician period

Another interpretation of Quran 21:30 taught by pre-modern Tafsir scholars is that earth did not have plants initially. Science also confirms that. {The first land plants appeared around 470 million years ago, during the Ordovician period, when life was diversifying rapidly. They were non-vascular plants, like mosses and liverworts, that didn’t have deep roots.}

Karim husbands: An Islamic text praising compassionate beta men

عن علي بن أبي طالب رضي الله عنه عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم قال :

( خيركم خيركم لأهله ، وأنا خيركم لأهلي ، ما أكرم النساء إلا كريم ، ولا أهانهن إلا لئيم )

وأنا أحب أن أكون كريماً مغلوباً من أن أكون لئيماً غالباً

Only a noble and chivalrous person respects women, and only a mean person insults them. I would love to be a passive noble person than to be a mean aggressive person.

 

 

Islam, Adam Grant, humble narcissism and authenticity

My message to Adam Grant:

I read your thoughts about humble narcissism and authenticity.

Tapping into the power of humble narcissism

Islam teaches a middle path between passive monasticism and machiavellian action. Hadith teaches about self rights. The first Caliph taught: If I am right, cooperate with me. If I am wrong correct me.

Shariah or sacred law is an example of outside in transformation. When we grow our beards and cover our heads, we act pious and then the inward spiritual journey tries to reach the spiritual utopia the sacred outside represents.

Romantic message of an orthodox Muslim to his wife

اذا نظرت الي وجهك لاول مرة هربت خائفا من شدة جمالك ثم هربت خائفا من رقة قلبك ثم فكرت و وجدت ان وجهك اجتماع الجمال و الهيبة و الحياء و التبسم ثم ذكرت ضعف اعمالي و مفضولية نسبي و افضلية نسبك فبكيت وفي يوم التالي قرأت في كتاب الله: يعرفون نعمة الله ثم ينكرونها

قالت :من بطأ به عمله لم يسرع به نسبه

Sufi presuppositionalism and sexual revolution.

That every Islamic school I’ve come across does not have, as a part of their overall curriculum, classes dealing with the foundational philosophical and intellectual challenges young Muslims will face in this society — waiting instead for them to be ambushed in college — only reveals how out of touch we are with ourselves.

Islam in America will not perpetuate itself. It will be an act of determination.

 

Sufi presuppositionalism is successfully resisting sexual revolution, and if sexual revolution is not resisted, even Razi and Averroes cannot save your faith.

Jordan Peterson, Church and Islam

I am also happy to see you approach him through the lens of antinomianism a relatively more important element of modern Christianity than even traditional Christianity. In Islam, an outspoken wife can be a gift for moral and spiritual progress because one of the Mothers in Islam was outspoken scholar of sacred law, but she also repented after she participated in a civil war which shows that even feminism with good intentions can have tragic consequences.

https://tifwe.org/jordan-peterson-message-for-church/

The truth of Islamic qadar and jihad an nafs lies between Jabariyyah quietism of antinomian Christianity and Mutazilah pelagianism of free will. To some Catholics, he is a modern Pelagian.

https://www.gotquestions.org/Pelagianism.html

Is Jordan Peterson a Mutazilah pelagianist and an antithesis of Jabariyyah Paul of traditional Christianity?

Jordan Peterson and the Catholic Faith