Reassurance for the Seeker

Reassurance for the Seeker : A Biography and Translation of Salih Al-Jafari's Al-Fawaid Al-Ja Fairyya, a Commentary on Forty Prophetic Traditions

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This book is a unique collection of 40 Prophetic Traditions by one of the most celebrated teachers and spiritual masters of the Azhar Mosque, Sunni Islam's leading institution of knowledge and its most authoritative voice. It provides a glimpse into the scholarly and spiritual traditions of Islam carried forth into our day. Some may have concluded that the saints and sages of Islam ended with such names as Rumi and Ibn Arabi. The knowledge and spiritual depth reached in past centuries does, in fact, continue into the present day. The book includes a biography of the author, a description of his main teachers, and a beautiful treatise by the author's main teacher on a single Prophetic statement in which the Prophet summarizes his own spiritual states. This volume also deals with death, the afterlife, the waking visions of the Prophet, his ability to pray for and intercede for those alive, and nearness to and friendship with God.

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  • Paperback | 260 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 17.78mm | 340.19g
  • Fons Vitae,US
  • KentuckyUnited States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1887752986
  • 9781887752985
  • 211,602

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About Samer Dajani

Samer Dajani has a master's degree in Islamic studies from the School of Oriental and African studies at the University of London, where he is currently working on a PhD. Shaykh Salih al-Jafari was one of the most famous scholars of the Azhar, the Muslim world's premier institution of religious learning and its most authoritative voice, in the 20th century. He was also the imam of its mosque and a famous teacher and spiritual guide. He authored 15 works on various Islamic sciences, edited many others, and composed 12 volumes of poetry.

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