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25 Remedies for the Sick
25 Remedies for the Sick
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  • Authored by: Bediuzzaman Said Nursi

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Details:  25 Remedies for the Sick : from the Risale-i Nur Collection,
- ''Humanities Encounter with the Divine Series''
Slim Small Paperback: viii + 40 = Total 48 pages,
by Bediuzzaman Said Nursi,
Translator from Turkish: Huseyin Akarsu.




Description :


Twenty-five remedies for those who are ill [from The Gleams, the Twenty-fifth Gleam]. This treatise was written as a medicine, a solace, a spiritual prescription, and as a visit wishing recovery for those who are ill.


A reminder and an apology:  This spiritual prescription, which was written at great speed, has not been revised and has been left as it occurred to my heart. Therefore, I request the readers, and particularly the unwell, not to feel offended by any disagreeable expressions that may be contained within. I also request them to pray for me.


Those who, when a disaster befalls them, say,

 “Surely we belong to God (as His creatures and servants), and surely to Him we are bound to return.” (2: 156)


“And He it is Who gives me food and drink; And Who, when I fall ill, heals me.” (26: 79–80).


In this Gleam, we explain the twenty-five remedies which may offer true consolation for those who are ill or struck by misfortune, who make up one tenth of humankind.





Table of Contents :


---Bediüzzaman and the Risale-i Nur ......................................... iii
---Twenty-five remedies for those who are ill
[from The Gleams, the Twenty-fifth Gleam]


---A reminder and an apology .................................................1
---The first remedy ...............................................................2
---The second remedy ..........................................................2
---The third remedy ..............................................................3
---The fourth remedy ............................................................4
---The fifth remedy ...............................................................6
---The sixth remedy ..............................................................7
---Another sixth remedy ........................................................8
---The seventh remedy ........................................................ 9
---The eighth remedy ..........................................................10
---The ninth remedy ............................................................12
---The tenth remedy ............................................................13
---The eleventh remedy ...................................................... 14
---The twelfth remedy ........................................................ 15
---The thirteenth remedy .................................................... 16
---The fourteenth remedy ................................................... 18
---The fifteenth remedy ...................................................... 20
---The sixteenth remedy ..................................................... 22
---The seventeenth remedy ................................................. 23
---The eighteenth remedy ................................................... 25
---The nineteenth remedy ................................................... 27
---The twentieth remedy ..................................................... 30
---The twenty-first remedy .................................................. 32
---The twenty-second remedy ............................................. 33
---The twenty-third remedy ................................................. 34
---The twenty-fourth remedy ............................................... 35
---The twenty-fifth remedy .................................................. 37
---Index .............................................................................39




Bediüzzaman and the Risale-i Nur :

In the many dimensions of his lifetime of achievement, as well as in his personality and character, Bediüzzaman Said Nursi, may Allah have mercy upon him, (1877-1960) was and, through his continuing influence, still is an important thinker and writer in the Muslim world. He represented in a most effective and profound way the intellectual, moral and spiritual strengths of Islam, evident in different degrees throughout its fourteen century history. He lived for eighty-five years. He spent almost all of those years, overflowing with love and ardor for the cause of Islam, in a wise and measured activism based on sound reasoning and in the shade of the Qur'an and the Prophetic example.











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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 19 January, 2013.