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Ibn al-Jawzi
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The discerning scholar is adept at diagnosing the various spiritual illnesses resulting from sins, and treating the malaise in the heart. If he finds a person falling into despair, he tries to ignite the spark of hope in his heart. If, on the other hand, he sees that one is in a reckless and fearless state, he works to instill the fear of Allah in his heart. Thus, the scholar treats sickness by using its opposite as a cure.

The third masterpiece in the series addresses the disturbing phenomenon of unrealistic hope, lack of fear of Allah, and wishful thinking. These are, in essence diseases of the heart, which are widely prevalent today. Curing these diseases can only be achieved using the potent medicine of intimidation and deterrence. When the heart is complacent and neglectful, treating it with smoothing remedies is akin to prescribing a sedative for the drowsy patient that exacerbates the drowsiness.

Ibn al-Jawzi, has collected here in ominous narrations, warnings against wrongdoing, and stories of foreboding and punishment that shake the hearts from their slumber. The self-assured one becomes anxious; the hard-hearted becomes soft; the dried tear ducts start to flow; and the slothful becomes motivated.Β 
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Ibn al-Jawzi

Al-Hafiz Abu'l-Faraj Ibn al-Jawzi was a renowned Muslim scholar, jurist, theologian, and historian born in Baghdad, Iraq, in 1114 CE. He was born into a scholarly family and began his studies at a young age, excelling in various fields of knowledge.

Ibn al-Jawzi was known for his vast knowledge and expertise in hadith (sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad) and Islamic history. He authored over 700 works in various disciplines, including tafsir (Quranic exegesis), fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), and usul al-fiqh (principles of Islamic jurisprudence).

His most famous works include "Talbis Iblis" (The Devil's Deception), which is a critique of Sufi practices and beliefs that Ibn al-Jawzi considered to be un-Islamic. Another notable work is "Sifat al-Safwa" (The Attributes of the Elite), which is a biographical dictionary of prominent Muslim scholars.

Ibn al-Jawzi was a prolific writer and a popular preacher in his time. He was known for his eloquence and his ability to captivate audiences with his speeches. He was also a vocal critic of the rulers of his time, speaking out against their corrupt practices.

Ibn al-Jawzi died in 1200 CE at the age of 86. His works continue to be studied and appreciated by Muslims around the world for their insights into Islamic history, jurisprudence, and theology.

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