The 13th episode of this series continues to explore the moral qualities in relation to doing good. These moral qualities include two underlying virtues of ‘courage’ and ‘truthfulness.’
What is real courage and truthfulness? Is fearlessness the same as courageousness? Or is steadfastness more important? Can you be considered true if you are willing to lie in some instances for personal gain?
Find out the answers to these questions and more in this lesson of the book The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam.
The author of this landmark exposition, the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi, His Holiness Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was the reformer of the latter days, who came to unite mankind and revitalise the true teachings of Islam. He is the founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. He wrote more than 80 books and delivered hundreds of lectures throughout his lifetime that sought to spread the true message of a peaceful Islam.
The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam explains the wisdom and principles of various facets of spirituality and how they impact our lives. The book explores the physical, moral and spiritual states of man; proofs of the existence of God; the state of man after death; sources of Divine knowledge; and provides an excellent introduction to the study of Islam.
The book is available to download free on iBooks, Amazon, Google, or from Al Islam.