This is Love (22): Love Others as You Love Yourself | Ali Albarghouthi


Explanation of the 22nd hadith in the book.
1) How can we love for others what we love for ourselves? Is it a must?
2) Iman is complete without love.
3) Iman guides love, protects it, and elevates it.
4) Self-purification detaches us from worldly obsession and bad traits, and loving Allah allows us to be generous in our relationships.
5) Combating envy, greed, and pride.
6) See people as Allah sees them and have compassion for them as part of Allah’s creation.
7) What if someone hurts me? How can I love for them what I love for myself?
8) Q&A

In Islamic theology and belief, Allah (God) is often described as the source of all love and compassion. Love in Islam is multifaceted and encompasses various dimensions:

Allah’s Love for His Creation: Muslims believe Allah’s love and compassion extend to His creation. The Quran repeatedly mentions Allah’s attributes of mercy and love. For example, one of the most frequently recited verses in the Quran is “Bismillah ir-Rahman ir-Rahim,” which translates to “In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.” This highlights Allah’s boundless mercy and love for His creatures.

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