3 edition of Taʼthīr Alf laylah wa-laylah fī al-masraḥ al-ʻArabī al-muʻāṣir wa-al-ḥadīth found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 222-227).
|Statement||Dār al-Kunūz al-Adabīyah|
|Publishers||Dār al-Kunūz al-Adabīyah|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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4 the remembrance of Allah at the beginning and at the end of the day. 4 staying up late at night. 3 asking too many questions without knowledge. He answered: the one who judges for the people just as he judges for his own self. He answered: the one who follows the guidance. Once they were clean they did not show the same sharp image as is seen in glass.
And I ask of You for that which obligates Your mercy and resolutions for Your forgiveness. Four things destroys the body: 1 stress.
This is unlike the mirrors of today which just need a simple wipe to clean them up, after which a pretty decent reflection is obtained. 5 — He asked: which of your slaves are the most honourable? Indeed You are the One who knows the unseen. Rather a more blurry image was the result. A lamp in the olden days referred to a candle and something that held it.
However now a lamp refers to a bulb and something that holds that.
After all, this image is an expression of the greater jihad. He answered: The one who is pleased with what he is given. Translated by Abbas Abu Yahya.
4 — He asked: Which of your slaves is the most knowledgeable? He answered: The one who is pleased with what he is given.
He answered: the one who follows the guidance.
Hence to polish them enough to see your own reflection required much more effort and elbow grease.