Eradicate hatred to gain spiritual success, scholar urges Muslims

An eminent Islamic scholar and consultant urged Muslims to rid themselves of hatred and ill-feelings to achieve spiritual success during an educational evening on the importance of spiritual consciousness.

During the event, Muhammad Al-Duhaim, a Shoura Council member, alluded to the fact that mankind is heading for a new realm of existence and an age of wisdom thanks to awareness and findings in different fields of research.

“Muslims should always keep in check negative feelings and engage in charity toward one another,” he said.
The programme was organized by King Saud University Medical City (KSU-MC).

Muhammad Fouda, director of the King Fahad Cardiac Center at KSU-MC, gave the opening speech, in which he reiterated the value of the educational evening for its significant benefits on positive thinking.

Fahad Al-Zamil, dean of the college of medicine and supervisor of university hospitals, emphasized the importance of meditation, saying prophets often engaged in meditative practice.

Abdulmohsen Al-Ashry, CEO of KSU-MC, said the establishment is determined to play a significant role in health and social development within the community.
KSU-MC has adopted several humanitarian events, volunteer and awareness campaigns, in addition to educational and cultural evenings to play a proactive role in advancing social initiatives.Eradicate hatred to gain spiritual success, scholar urges Muslims


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