Worship is an important part of the religion of Islam. Worship (Ibaadah) is a term that includes everything that Allah would be pleased with. It represents the utmost love for Allah through submission. Prayers,zakaat,fasting,hajj,being kind towards others, maintaining relations with kin, doing good and staying away from doing evil, being beneficent to neighbours,to the poor people or orphans,supplication,reciting the holy Quran and such others are types of worship. An act of worship must obey these two circumstances: Firstly, it must conform to the orders of Allah’s Law as found in the Quran and Sunnah.
Demonstrate your own self-knowledge and spirituality in all your actions. 6. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. 3.19.2 SPRITUALITY FOR CORPORATE EXCELLENCE The spiritual traits to be developed for excellence in corporate activities are listed as follows: 1. Self-awareness — Realization of self-potential.
Wainwright, 2016). Growing up in very religious society, my personal core values sometimes overlap with some of the teaching of Jesus Christ. These values define my persona, highlight what I care for, and what I endeavor to accomplish. My core values include trustworthy, innovative, open-minded, respect, love, creative, generosity, faith, compassion, teamwork, dignity, gratitude, courage, accountability, empowerment, discipline, tenacity and, resourcefulness. It is my belief that any research that I intend to undertake should be trustworthy, in that, the reader can count on the result of my study.
Now the Quran have always mentioned Ramadan a lot that shows that Ramadan is a very important month in this religion. If a Muslim person was loyal and close to god by worshiping him and reading the Quran and not doing big sins then Inshalla god all mighty will reward him a heaven where he shall live forever in peacefully with no harm as said in the
Found that the Plowshares movement sustains itself because leaders have “intentionally implemented practices to reinforce commitment.” (56) Ruth Braunstein, Brad R. Fulton, and Richard L. Wood (2014) studied how religion can be beneficial for racially diverse civic organizations. They used a multi-method approach to investigate the function of religion, by using quantitative data collected from all coalitions, they can generalize the findings from their ethnographic fieldwork in one FBCO coalition- Interfaith. Their fieldwork showed that “prayer practices employed in diverse settings were used to bridge racial and socioeconomic differences” (710), which their quantitative analysis supports
I pray with, over, and for everyone in counseling. In the presence of the Holy Spirit, we share scripture together. My experience and personal walk in God’s grace, along with the experience of those I counsel, provide context to interpret the word. Having an understanding of the rich teachings of the church, and a solid education at both a United Methodist college and seminary, add depth and possibility to our time together. Lastly, let me say that I listen.
It provides people with power and inspiration to overcome difficulties, solve problems, and focus on aspects of life that are valuable to them (Van Hook et al., 2002). Thus, I intend to focus on the spiritual part to rebuild my faith, and complete my journey stronger than ever. For an individual who was born in Saudi Arabia to a liberal Muslim family, I have grown up learning about Islam from my parents in a liberal way, and in more conservative way in school, and then I have derived my spirituality according to that. As many other religions the major tenets, values, and principles of Islam are relating to the following - Support each other to promote Islamic unity. - The wealthy should help the poor to support economic unity.
This chapter is an attempt to understand the task of typology in Malankara liturgy and henceforth in its spirituality. 2.1 Faith, Liturgy and Spirituality The foundation that determines all activities that constitute the life of a Christian, especially those actions that may be termed “spiritual” or “liturgical” is faith. Spirituality and liturgy reflects the lived faith of a Christian. Hence, faith becomes the most appropriate starting point for any consideration of liturgy and spirituality. “Faith is termed as a human response to God’s revelation.” “It is a free assent involving the whole person under the influence of grace.” “It includes the submission of Intellect.” “The story of God’s call to Abraham and Abraham’s ready response stands as a significant paradigm in both the Old and New Testaments for the kind of confident dependence on God which should mark the life of those who profess to be believers.”
Islamic law governs the way of life of a believer from political aspects, to the etiquette of dining, and to the conducting of business. The defined laws that govern the behavior and activities of a Muslim are collected in the Sharia rulings (Wang and Yung, 2011). The etiquette of business and the laws of succession are found in Sharia rulings (Palliam, 2011). In a study by Jina Ziyad (2013), it was identified that certain religious practices within businesses assisted in the preservation of high level of harmony and collectivism. Burack (1999) found that high level of spirituality within the businesses had induced a high level of harmony.
These pillars are a declaration of faith through words and actions, daily prayer, charity, fasting during the month of Ramadan, and a pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca. To practice their faith, members of Islamic faith, known as Muslims, attend services at mosques. In Islam, the Imam leads prayers in the mosque and guides members of the faith community, but in accordance with the belief that everyone is equal, is not considered to be a leader. Islam is commonly practiced in the Middle East, North Africa, and parts of East