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Imam al Ghazali: You should structure your time

Imam al Ghazali: You should structure your time
Photo: Dervishes from Iran.
 

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'You should structure your time, arrange your regular devotions (awrad), and assign to each function a set period of time during which it is given first priority but which it does not overstep. For if you abandon yourself to neglect and purposelessness, as the cattle do, and just do anything that may occur to you at any time it happens to occur you, most of your time will be wasted. Your time is your life, and your life is your capital; it is the basis of your transactions [with God], and the means to attain everlasting felicity, in the proximity of God the Exalted. Each of your breaths is a priceless (because irreplaceable) jewel, and when it passes away it never returns.'

​(Imam al-Ghazali‪)

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​Quote Source & Recommended Reading:

'The Book of Assistance'
By Imam 'Abdallah Ibn Alawi al-Haddad (Author), Dr. Mostafa al-Badawi (Preface)

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There are many books in English that present Sufi doctrine, but few that can be used as practical travel guides along the Path. Originally written in classical Arabic, this volume is in widespread use among Sufi teachers in Arabia, Indonesia, and East Africa; its devotions, prayers, and practical ethics are invaluable as a guide along the Sufi Way.
 

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