Imam al-Ghazali

Inner Dimensions of Islamic Worship

Covers those dimensions of Islamic rituals of worship — prayer, almsgiving, fasting, Pilgrimage, etc. which are essential to the fulfilment of inner quality. Consists of selections from al-Ghazali's Ihya, a pivotal work in the history of Islamic thought.
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    Many are those who pray without having drunk wine, yet do not know what they are saying in their Prayers!
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    Some say that ‘intoxicated’ means inebriated by many anxieties, while others say it means drunk on the love of this world. According to Wahb, the meaning is obviously a caution against worldly attachment, since the words ‘until you know what you are saying’ explain the underlying reason
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    The response to ‘qad qāmati-lṣalāh’ (‘Prayer has begun’) is: ‘May God establish it and preserve it as long as the heavens and earth endure’ (aqāmahā-Ilāhu wa-adāmahā mā dāmati-Isamāwātu wal’arḍ)

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