[PDF] Spiritual Disease and Its Cure By Imam Ibnul Qayyim Al-Jawziyyah – ninciclopedia.orgA member of the Hanbali school of jurisprudence founded by Ahmad ibn Hanbal , and a polarizing figure in his own lifetime, Ibn Taymiyyah's iconoclastic views on widely accepted Sunni doctrines such as the veneration of saints and the visitation to their tomb-shrines made him unpopular with the majority of the orthodox religious scholars of the time, under whose orders he was imprisoned several times. A minority figure in his own times and in the centuries that followed,   Ibn Taymiyyah has become one of the most influential medieval writers in contemporary Islam,  where his particular interpretations of the Qur'an and the Sunnah and his rejection of some aspects of classical Islamic tradition are believed to have had considerable influence on contemporary Wahhabism , Salafism , and Jihadism. Ibn Taymiyyah's name is unusual in that it is derived from a female member of his family as opposed to a male member, which was the normal custom at the time and still is now. Taymiyyah was a woman, famous for her scholarship and piety and the name Ibn Taymiyyah was taken up by many of her male descendants. Ibn Taymiyyah had a simple life, most of which he dedicated to learning, writing, and teaching. He never married nor did he have a female companion, throughout his years.
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The Imam was asked a long question of which a part was — What is the opinion of the scholars regarding a man who is afflicted by a disease, and knows that if it should continue it would damage his life?
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The book discusses: the diseases of the hearts and their cures; the diseases of envy, and the diseases of desire and envy. This is due to the heart occupying a great and lofty position in Islaam, for it is the place to which the Lord looks and the storehouse for tawheed, faith, and sincerity. Actions are distinguished, one from the other, with respect to their excellence in the Sight of Allah in accordance with the condition of the heart, not by their number or form, but rather due to the strength of the caller, his or her truthfulness, his or her sincerity and the extent to which he or she prefers Allah over himself or herself …. Al-Haafidh ibn Hajr al-Asqalaanee, may Allah have mercy upon him and provide us with his knowledge, said:. And Allah will indeed allow all of this to be preserved by him. What Rightens the Heart, and What Corrupts it?