Being Content will, Divine Fate

Title in English: 
Being Content will, Divine Fate
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This research comprises an introduction, it definition of content, a definition of divine fate both linguistically and technically, the essence of content and people’s views regarding content, and whether content is maqaam مقام or haal حال It can he said that maqaam may occur out of reason and without reason. And in both cases Allah is I Is who founds (create) these rnaqaamat .مقامات As regards haul, it legitimately is base on behaving in terms of commands of Allah and His Messenger and avoiding what Allah and his Messenger prohibited . The illegitimacy of haal arises front one’s reputation, objection and nonresigning to Allah’s will. Then the relation between content and trusting Allah has been clarified. Trusting Allah and resigning to His will precede the doomed divine fate and this is the fruit. Other points are included, such as urging and exhorting people to be content with the divine fate, content and the working of reason, sonic misconceptions and argumentative. views over them, the rank and grace of content and the types of divinefate. And these are as follows: —Religious divine fate: its significance, exhortation and the juristic rule of being submissive to it (content with it). -The cosmic divine fate: its significance arid types, and these are as follows: a) That winch is in accordance with man’s liking, will and content and the juristic rule underlying being content with it. B) That which is against man’s will, liking and which is obligatory and this type is further classified into two types: 1. One in which man has choice and ability and will to resist with whatever means and juristic rule being with it. 2. One which h obligatory and irresistible and the juristic rule behind being content with it. This is followed by the juristic rule of being content with disasters, views of scholars, their proofs combined with the weighty ones (views). -The divine fate which is doomed. by the Lord and man has the choice. hut Allah is not pleased with and deeply hates. Man’s content with committing sins and the juristic rule underlying that. The research also deals with what is against content, such the objection to the juristic divine fate doomed by Allah, negligence of trusting Allah, discontent with what is doomed by Allah. grief over the past events, crying, irresistible desire to die due to disasters and crises, being reluctant to the sustenance and impatience in times of crises and disasters. This is followed by Sufist school of thought regarding content with divine fate, the reasons behind their straying from the path of Allah; their ranks of content and debating them. Conclusion including the main results and a list of references and materials.