6 edition of Al-Ghazali on the Manners Relating to Eating found in the catalog.
October 1, 2000 by Islamic Texts Society .
Written in English
|Contributions||Denys Johnson-Davies (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
After the existential crisis that caused him to completely re-examine his way of living and his approach to religion, Al-Ghazali put together The Alchemy of Happiness  to reassert his fundamental belief that a connection to God was an integral part of the joy of living. It was related concerning 'Ali may God ennoble his countenance that he ate dry bread from a shield while lying down - [in another version], while lying prostrate on his stomach, which the Bedouin Arabs sometimes did. Improperly sourced material may be challenged and removed. If not, then it should be on a sufra, as a reminder of travelling; and travelling puts in mind travelling to the Afterlife and the need for provision in the form of pious deeds. It covers almost all fields of Islamic sciences: fiqh Islamic jurisprudencekalam theology and sufism. These two chapters were the 22nd and 23rd chapters, respectively, in Ghazali's Revival of the Religious Sciences .
They emphasize, "His mastery of philosophical logic and reasoning earned him the title of philosopher without losing his status as a religious scholar. Then he must raise up his hand before repletion. In this volume, concentrating on the manners relating to eating, Ghazali first discusses what a person must uphold when eating by himself: that the food is lawful, that both the person and the surroundings should be clean, that one must be content with what is available, and how the person should conduct himself while eating and after eating. There should be no spitting in the pot, the chief guest should be honoured, beginning should be made from the right hand side. From 'Ihya ul Uloom'. In this new edition, the Islamic Texts Society has included a translation of Imam Ghazali's own Introduction to the Revival of the Religious Sciences which gives the reasons that caused him to write the work, the structure of the whole of the Revival, and places each of the chapters in the context of the others.
The Emissary of God may God bless him and grant him peace said: "No human being has ever filled a container worse than his own stomach. Then wash your hand with soap. Don't extend your hand to a morsel till you swallow the previous one. As for the sieve, its purpose is to render food more pleasant. A total of about 70 works can be attributed to Al-Ghazali.
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But if the food is ready and the time for prayer has come, and by putting off the meal the food will become cold or spoiled, giving it preference is more desirable when there is time, whether one craves it or not - according to most Traditions.
Read an Excerpt KNOW THAT the heart of the man who is engrossed in this world and is given over to its vanities and harbours love for its appetites must certainly be neglectful of the remembrance of death.
Doing so, he dispenses with doctors. Although al-Ghazali said that he has composed more than 70 books, attributed to him are more than books.
The Batinite Ismailism had emerged in Persian territories and were gaining more and more power during al-Ghazali's period, as Nizam al-Mulk was assassinated by the members of Ismailis.
Ghazali counters this by first stating that if the world was created with exact boundaries, then in its current form there would be no need for a Al-Ghazali on the Manners Relating to Eating book before the creation of the world by God. Its most important precepts will be expounded in three chapters: 1 Al-Ghazali on the Manners Relating to Eating book pros and cons of marriage; 2 The proprieties to be observed in respect of the contract and the two contracting parties; 3 The right conduct of conjugal life from the time of the contract until separation occurs.
A total of about 70 works can be attributed to Al-Ghazali. Doing so, he dispenses with doctors. So we milked a ewe we had, added some water from our well and gave it to him.
The fifth [rule of conduct] is to have the intention, when eating, of strengthening oneself in obedience to God, so as to be obedient through food and not to seek gratification and luxurious living through food.
The Prophet said : He who eats what lies on the dinning cloth will remain safe, will pass his life in solvency and his children will remain safe'. The third [rule of conduct] is to place the food on a sufra on the ground—for this is closest to what the Emissary of God may God bless him and grant him peace did—rather than to place it on a raised table.
He worked to influence and develop a program to mold the young minds of children at an early age to develop their mind and character. Al-Ghazali's influence was not limited to Islam, but in fact his works were widely circulated among Christian and Hebrew scholars and philosophers.
Now the treasuries of God, in which this alchemy is to be sought, are the hearts of the prophets, and he who seeks it elsewhere will be disappointed and bankrupt on the day of judgement when he hears the word, 'We have lifted the veil from off thee, and thy sight to-day is keen.
By virtue of profound love and loyalty this man has arrived at the station of absolute surrender and contentment, which is the goal, and the utmost limit. It has been said that he who licks his dish and drinks its water will get the reward of the manumission of a slave.
After the death of Al-Ghazali, it is believed there followed a long era in which there was a notable absence of Islamic philosophers, contributing to the status of Ghazali in the modern era.
Its great achievement was to bring orthodox Sunni theology and Sufi mysticism together in a useful, comprehensive guide to every aspect of Muslim life and death. If one consults the corresponding chapters in the Ihya', one would find that many of the arguments presented here also discussed there in details.
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