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True humility is the breaking of the heart and seeing the soul as less than creation

Thursday 29/Dec/2022 – 04:23 AM

He said Dr. Hany Tammam, Assistant Professor of Jurisprudence at Al-Azhar Al-Sharif University, that humility created the proud, adding: Whoever humbles himself to God will exalt him, and true humility is the brokenness of the heart and seeing the soul as less than creation, not the brokenness of the apparent limbs.

Al-Azhari: True humility is the brokenness of the heart and seeing the soul as less than creation

And the Al-Azhar scholar wrote, through his account on the social networking site Facebook: Humility created the great, from humility to God he exalted it, and true humility is the brokenness of the heart and seeing the soul as less than creation, not the brokenness of the apparent limbs.

And the Al-Azhari scholar added: Whoever is created with this creation relieved his heart and mind and did not occupy himself with others, and God was always the station of his travels and the end of his hopes, continuing: Imam Al-Shaarani, may God have mercy on him, said: We were given covenants to see ourselves without every sitting on the face of the earth, even from some qualities without some. We look at the advantages and are blind to the disadvantages.

And the Al-Azhar scholar continued: The meaning of this speech is that a person is humble to all creatures and sees himself as less than them, and looks at the virtues of creation and is blind to their disadvantages so that he does not despise them and thinks himself is better than them.

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On the other hand, Dr. Hani Tammam, assistant professor of jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, said that all Egyptian people are fine as long as people accept mosques and councils of knowledge, jurisprudence and interpretation in mosques, pointing out that mosques have regained their role in spreading thought and awareness.

And Hani Tammam continued, during an episode of the program May They Understand, broadcast on DMC satellite channel, today, Thursday: Religion is strong in Egypt, and people’s mosques knew their value, and they stopped surrendering their brains to the sheikhs of misguidance. An inquiry he wants to know is to go to the imam or the preacher who is in the mosque near his house.