The Adab and Muasharat

Musa Kâzım GÜLÇÜR Let’s examine, the concepts of adab and muasharat separately. The Word Adab The Arabic root "adab" means "feast or invitation"[1]; the word “adab," which is derived from this root, carries the meanings of “decency," "politeness," "reverence" and “high regard,”[2] as well as "refined manners that have been socially adopted."[3] Adab, then, refers … The Adab and Muasharat yazısını okumaya devam et

Manners and Morals: “Gentleness”

Musa Kâzım GÜLÇÜR Gentleness Gentleness means being inclined to kindness or mildness; this adjective describes a person who is quiet and peaceful, slow to anger, quick to forgive, and who is in control of their lower nature. It also encompasses good akhlaq because it embodies behavior like patience and tolerance in the face of unpleasant … Manners and Morals: “Gentleness” yazısını okumaya devam et