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If you have ever had depressing thoughts, low motivation, or if you feel stress on a regular basis, you are not alone. Dr. 'Aidh al-Qarni provides inspiration for all situations in life that can cause us grief. Tragedies often make us realize that in order to be the best wife, mother and woman possible, we must take care of ourselves and those that we love, as if our lives depend on it. We must remember the lessons that some of the greatest women in Islamic history have taught us by example. We must rely on Allah to give us strength when we can’t find it in our own lives.
Within this book lies the encouragement to be the leading woman in all areas of your life. You will find peace and happiness by holding on to the rope of Allah. The author reminds us that when we take one step closer to Allah, He will take ten more to be closer to you.
Do you want to be happy? We are all looking for an escape from worry, stress and depression, and ways to find happiness. This book presents the route to happiness in a nutshell, drawing on Islamic teachings and the voices of “experts” both western and eastern. Sit and read it from cover to cover, or dip into it a page or two at a time in between other activities in a busy life as a wife, mother, student or worker. You are holding in your hands a treasure chest of reminders that will help you learn important lessons and set you on the path to happiness in this world and in the Hereafter, in sha’ Allah.
Title: You Can Be The Happiest Woman In The World - A Treasure Chest Of Reminders
Author: 'Aidh Al-Qarni
Publisher: International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH) - KSA
Size : 14.9 cm x 22.2 cm
Year Of Publication: 2005
Edition Number: 1st
Weight: 0.45 kg
Dr. Shaykh 'Aidh ibn Abdullah al-Qarni (also spelt al-Qarnee), born in Saudi Arabia. He is an Islamic Scholar and respected author and activist. He is most well known for his self-help book 'Don't Be Sad' which is seen as the number one in its field within Islamic literature and although written by a Muslim for Muslims it is praised as being ideal for non-Muslims alike.