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international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Volume 3, 2017, Issue 5
Healthy Man in Two Physical and Spiritual Aspects according to the Chapter 23 (the Believers) of Holy Quran
Maryam Karimi
Pages: 37-41

Abstract

The current study examines the reasons of the fulfilment of believers in the world and the Hereafter, according to the text of Chapter 23 of Holy Quran; because a believer can have both physical and spiritual health. A believer is of a conscious existence and likewise he has a sense of hatred of sin due to his internal and external senses. The believer, whose faith is authentic, always attends to the Lord, and the practice of faith is an inseparable part of his existence. And consequently the attributes of a healthy and pious man emerge in him. The believer believes in resurrection, both in his mind and in his tongue, for this reason, the worldly life is worthless to him, and thus he keeps himself away from the futility and deviations that endanger the health of the soul and the body. The men of belief are familiar with the duties of servitude. And the one who performs his religious duties and since the nature of these duties is positive, they are led as such to physical and spiritual health. The believer who has touched and enjoyed the pleasure of faith, i.e. has felt the permissible pleasures and touched the greatest pleasure of faith, namely, the proximity to God, finds his desire for sin disappears. This research has been conducted to present a religious and clear pattern for having a healthy body and soul. Accordingly, this research work is to examine and compare the exegetical books. If the content of the Qur'an and the findings of this research are put into practice, one can well see its success, as we see in Quranic commands in the communities that follow them in real life conditions.





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