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We aim to cultivate holistic learning environments rooted in knowledge, devotion.

Al-Maqasi‪d‬ Al-Maqasid

    • Religion et spiritualité

We aim to cultivate holistic learning environments rooted in knowledge, devotion.

    Futuwwa - Seek the Company of the Good

    Futuwwa - Seek the Company of the Good

    Seeking the company of the good is among the virtuous traits of Futuwwa (spiritual chivalry) mentioned in al-Sulami’s book, Kitab al-Futuwwa. It has been to said, “Don’t ask about a man, ask about his friends.” In this reflection, Shaykh Yahya discusses the importance of carefully choosing one’s companionship in this life as it impacts the next. He mentions the hadith about the three traits of the people whom one should seek, as well as the significance of the dog who was with the companions of the cave (Surah al-Kahf, 18:18, 18:22).

    • 21 min
    Session 1 Introduction To The Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn And To The Book Of Knowledge

    Session 1 Introduction To The Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn And To The Book Of Knowledge

    Allah the Exalted says, Allah bears witness that there is no god except Him—as do the angels and people of knowledge.” [Quran 3:18] Allah the Exalted also says, Allah will elevate those of you who are faithful, and ˹raise˺ those gifted with knowledge in rank. [Quran 58:11] And the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Whoever Allah wills good for, He grants him an understanding in religion.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

    Imam al-Ghazali states, “With respect to the human being, nothing is greater than attaining eternal felicity. And nothing is more virtuous than the means to it. Eternal felicity is only attained through knowledge and action. One can only truly act when he has the knowledge of how to perform the action. Therefore, the foundation of felicity in this world and the next is knowledge. It is the best of all actions.”

    In these sessions, we will cover the merit of knowledge and learning, reframing the misuse of religious terminology, distinguishing beneficial from blameworthy knowledge, the etiquette of teachers and students of knowledge, the etiquettes of debate, and the signs of the scholars of the Hereafter. We welcome you to join us in what we pray will be a weekend filled with abundant blessings through knowledge and devotion.

    Objectives:

    Learning the merits of knowledge and differentiating between beneficial and blameworthy knowledge
    Internalizing Imam al-Ghazali’s conception of the Science of the Way to the Hereafter (‘ilm tariq al-akhira)
    Etiquettes of teaching, learning, and debating
    Identifying the qualities of the scholars of the Hereafter

    • 1h 2 min
    Session 2 - The Merit Of Knowledge, Learning & Teaching - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1, On Knowledge

    Session 2 - The Merit Of Knowledge, Learning & Teaching - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1, On Knowledge

    Allah the Exalted says, Allah bears witness that there is no god except Him—as do the angels and people of knowledge.” [Quran 3:18] Allah the Exalted also says, Allah will elevate those of you who are faithful, and ˹raise˺ those gifted with knowledge in rank. [Quran 58:11] And the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Whoever Allah wills good for, He grants him an understanding in religion.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

    Imam al-Ghazali states, “With respect to the human being, nothing is greater than attaining eternal felicity. And nothing is more virtuous than the means to it. Eternal felicity is only attained through knowledge and action. One can only truly act when he has the knowledge of how to perform the action. Therefore, the foundation of felicity in this world and the next is knowledge. It is the best of all actions.”

    In these sessions, we will cover the merit of knowledge and learning, reframing the misuse of religious terminology, distinguishing beneficial from blameworthy knowledge, the etiquette of teachers and students of knowledge, the etiquettes of debate, and the signs of the scholars of the Hereafter. We welcome you to join us in what we pray will be a weekend filled with abundant blessings through knowledge and devotion.

    Objectives:

    Learning the merits of knowledge and differentiating between beneficial and blameworthy knowledge
    Internalizing Imam al-Ghazali’s conception of the Science of the Way to the Hereafter (‘ilm tariq al-akhira)
    Etiquettes of teaching, learning, and debating
    Identifying the qualities of the scholars of the Hereafter

    • 52 min
    Session 3 - ‘Ilm Ṭarīq Al - Ākhira - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1, On Knowledge

    Session 3 - ‘Ilm Ṭarīq Al - Ākhira - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1, On Knowledge

    Allah the Exalted says, Allah bears witness that there is no god except Him—as do the angels and people of knowledge.” [Quran 3:18] Allah the Exalted also says, Allah will elevate those of you who are faithful, and ˹raise˺ those gifted with knowledge in rank. [Quran 58:11] And the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Whoever Allah wills good for, He grants him an understanding in religion.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

    Imam al-Ghazali states, “With respect to the human being, nothing is greater than attaining eternal felicity. And nothing is more virtuous than the means to it. Eternal felicity is only attained through knowledge and action. One can only truly act when he has the knowledge of how to perform the action. Therefore, the foundation of felicity in this world and the next is knowledge. It is the best of all actions.”

    In these sessions, we will cover the merit of knowledge and learning, reframing the misuse of religious terminology, distinguishing beneficial from blameworthy knowledge, the etiquette of teachers and students of knowledge, the etiquettes of debate, and the signs of the scholars of the Hereafter. We welcome you to join us in what we pray will be a weekend filled with abundant blessings through knowledge and devotion.

    Objectives:

    Learning the merits of knowledge and differentiating between beneficial and blameworthy knowledge
    Internalizing Imam al-Ghazali’s conception of the Science of the Way to the Hereafter (‘ilm tariq al-akhira)
    Etiquettes of teaching, learning, and debating
    Identifying the qualities of the scholars of the Hereafter

    • 1h 2 min
    Session 4 - The Restoration Of Religious Terminology - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1, On Knowledge

    Session 4 - The Restoration Of Religious Terminology - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1, On Knowledge

    Allah the Exalted says, Allah bears witness that there is no god except Him—as do the angels and people of knowledge.” [Quran 3:18] Allah the Exalted also says, Allah will elevate those of you who are faithful, and ˹raise˺ those gifted with knowledge in rank. [Quran 58:11] And the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Whoever Allah wills good for, He grants him an understanding in religion.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

    Imam al-Ghazali states, “With respect to the human being, nothing is greater than attaining eternal felicity. And nothing is more virtuous than the means to it. Eternal felicity is only attained through knowledge and action. One can only truly act when he has the knowledge of how to perform the action. Therefore, the foundation of felicity in this world and the next is knowledge. It is the best of all actions.”

    In these sessions, we will cover the merit of knowledge and learning, reframing the misuse of religious terminology, distinguishing beneficial from blameworthy knowledge, the etiquette of teachers and students of knowledge, the etiquettes of debate, and the signs of the scholars of the Hereafter. We welcome you to join us in what we pray will be a weekend filled with abundant blessings through knowledge and devotion.

    Objectives:

    Learning the merits of knowledge and differentiating between beneficial and blameworthy knowledge
    Internalizing Imam al-Ghazali’s conception of the Science of the Way to the Hereafter (‘ilm tariq al-akhira)
    Etiquettes of teaching, learning, and debating
    Identifying the qualities of the scholars of the Hereafter

    • 1h
    Session 5 Distinguishing Beneficial From Blameworthy Knowledge - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1

    Session 5 Distinguishing Beneficial From Blameworthy Knowledge - Iḥyā’ ‘Ulūm Al - Dīn Book 1

    Allah the Exalted says, Allah bears witness that there is no god except Him—as do the angels and people of knowledge.” [Quran 3:18] Allah the Exalted also says, Allah will elevate those of you who are faithful, and ˹raise˺ those gifted with knowledge in rank. [Quran 58:11] And the Prophet Muhammad (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Whoever Allah wills good for, He grants him an understanding in religion.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

    Imam al-Ghazali states, “With respect to the human being, nothing is greater than attaining eternal felicity. And nothing is more virtuous than the means to it. Eternal felicity is only attained through knowledge and action. One can only truly act when he has the knowledge of how to perform the action. Therefore, the foundation of felicity in this world and the next is knowledge. It is the best of all actions.”

    In these sessions, we will cover the merit of knowledge and learning, reframing the misuse of religious terminology, distinguishing beneficial from blameworthy knowledge, the etiquette of teachers and students of knowledge, the etiquettes of debate, and the signs of the scholars of the Hereafter. We welcome you to join us in what we pray will be a weekend filled with abundant blessings through knowledge and devotion.

    Objectives:

    Learning the merits of knowledge and differentiating between beneficial and blameworthy knowledge
    Internalizing Imam al-Ghazali’s conception of the Science of the Way to the Hereafter (‘ilm tariq al-akhira)
    Etiquettes of teaching, learning, and debating
    Identifying the qualities of the scholars of the Hereafter

    • 59 min

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