Imam al-Ghazali

On The Treatment of The Harms of The Tongue (Great Books of The Islamic World)




Al-Ghazali speaks out against the harms of the tongue like lying and backbiting or maliciously damaging another’s reputation as destroyers of one’s achieving a good disposition. He also speaks on the spiritual reward of silence and what to do when one is praised. This is Book XXIII of Part Three of the Alchemy of Happiness entitled The Destroyers.

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Imam al-Ghazali

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