فضائل الصبر تجاه الأمراض في الکتاب والسنة وفوائده الطبية
This research includes the virtues of patience towards diseases and its health benefits in Islamic law and medicine; God Almighty, in His wisdom, has made the world an abode of changing conditions, alternating stages and phases, so happiness is followed by sadness, ease is followed by hardship, sickness is followed by wellness, and after it a gathering of division in this world or to the abode of the Hereafter. Patience is a visible worldly necessity, and a necessary legal obligation. And the occurrence of the abomination and the descent of the calamity is inevitable; It is a divine Sunnah required by His wisdom, Glory is to Him, and it is from His mercy, Glory is to Him, that He told His servants of the virtues of patience in His Noble Book; In order to settle their souls on calamities before they happen, so it will be easy for them if they happen.
Islam and doctors; Indeed, all divine laws encourage a person to be patient with diseases because of its many virtues and great benefits in general for the individual and society as a whole. But despite all of that, Satan and the soul of humanity whisper to the sick person until he despairs and asks: What is the benefit of patients in this world or the afterlife? And what is the benefit of patience towards diseases? Does patience pay me disease and anguish? And Satan wants to seduce the patient and encourage him to kill himself! The issue is very serious and requires such scientific research in order to ward off the plot of Satan and give patience to the patient with what afflicted him of sickness and anxiety and obtain the virtue of patience and what God has prepared for the patient of great reward and great benefits. This is what he is looking for in this article.
Keywords: Islam, Patience, Virtues, Benefits, Medicine, Diseases.
Prof. Sayed Aqa SAYES, Prof. Del Aqa WAQAR, Prof. Ahmad Khaled AZIZ, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Yusuf YADGARI
Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina), Department of Islamic Culture and Forensic Medicine – AFGHANISTAN