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The Islamic Guide to Happiness kindle Ø eBook ↠ ➹ [Reading] ➻ The Islamic Guide to Happiness By Idris Salik ➮ – Helpyouantib.co.uk What does the Islamic tradition say about depression? For many Muslims communities today depression is viewed as a taboo subject Many are of the view that to despair is to siD by Neef are things which the Islamic tradition promotes Max Neef spoke of the human need fo Subsistence Protection Affection Understanding Participation Leisure Creation Identity Freedom and Transcendence In addition to this Salik draws on his own battle with the Black Dog as well as providing countless anonymous anecdotes collected from family and friends who also suffer from the disease of melancholia What emerges is a reflective book with spiritual insights and practical advice rooted in the Islamic traditio

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What does the Islamic tradition say about depression? For many Muslims communities today depression is viewed as a taboo subject Many are of the view that to despair is to sin that one should simply put one's faith in Allah and carry on While putting one's faith in Allah is integral to a Muslims mental well being compassionate reflective and practical advice is needed In this book Idris Salik explores the nature of depression through the perspective of Islamic history theology and spirituality Salik comes to the

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The Islamic Guide to HappinessConclusion that depression is an impoverished state of affairs which occurs when we fail to attend to certain fundamental human needs as outlined in the book He also argues that happiness is not a point one arrives at but rather a state of being whereby one continuously nourishes the fundamental needs of what it means to be a human being Drawing on the ideas of the Chilean economist thinker Artur Manfred Max Neef and his ideas around human scale needs the author argues that all the universal human needs identifie