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Tarbiya 91: Living with Ash-Shafi — TheHealer

April 30, 2010 by tarbiyaonline

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

As Shaafi- The Healer Al Wakeel We all have gone through both emotional and physical pain at some point in our lives that cause us to recognise Allah by one of his beautiful names Ash-Shaafi – The Healer. By recognizing Allah as Ash Shaafi we place our trust in Him and ask Him to grant us Shifa (cure). By doing this we are saying that Only Allah can remove an illness for He is the One Who created it. He is the Healer of all diseases. So how can we best live with the name of Allah Ash-Shaafi? There are two types of Shifa (cures) • Shifa of the heart • Shifa of the body 1) The Shifa of the Heart The illness of the spiritual heart is caused by many things including but not limited to… • Negligence • Perpetual sinning without asking for forgiveness • Envy • Hatred • Anger

As Shaafi- The Healer Al Wakeel

So we should ask Ash-Shaafi cure our hearts by • Knowing our Shifa is in the Quran.

‘O mankind there comes to you instructions from your Lord and a Healing (Quran) for what is in the breast and guidance for the believers’ (Surat Yunus 57) • Increasing in Dua • Keeping good company • Forgiving others • Increasing in the remembrance of Him and of Prophet (pbuh) 2) The Shifa of the Body Othman ibn Abi Al-Aas (ra) complained to the Prophet of Allah (pbuh) that he felt a pain in some part of his body since he became a Muslim. The Prophet (pbuh) said “Put your hand on the part that hurts and say Bismillah 3 times, then say ‘Audhu bi ‘izzat-illah wa qudratihi min sharii ma ajid wa uhadhir’ I seek refuge in Allah and His Power from the evil of what I find and fear (7 times)” (Reported by Muslim). When we fall ill it is has become part of due process for us to go to doctor seeking medical advice and cure. Whilst it is important for us to do so, living with Ash-Shaafi simply means asking the Lord of the illness to cure you. The practical implication being having Tawakkul, that is active trust in Him, seeking the means by going to hospital, taking medicine etc as opposed to Tawaakul, which is passive trust which denotes sitting and waiting. So trusting Ash-Shafii means trusting in the Lord of the means and not just the means and recognizing that asking Allah is also a means. We can do this by making duas such as: “O Allah, Lord of Mankind, the One Who relieves hardship grant healing for there is no healer but You a healing leaves no trace of sickness” (narrated by Anas and reported in Bukhari and Muslim) Let us not forget that ‘practical’ cures are also from Allah, as the Prophet (pbuh) said “Allah has sent down the disease and the cure and has made for every disease the cure. So treat sickness but do not use anything haraam” [Narrated by Abi Ad-Darda, reported in Abu Dawud] For all of us who are ill or have family and friends who are suffering from illnesses do not lose hope rather lets call upon Ash Shafee to relieve us of their pain. May Allah grant our hearts and bodies Shifa. Ameen

Q: On any given day, what can you be found doing within the scope of CPHI?

Q: Tell me about the course that you’re currently teaching. A: I’m teaching the Public Health Practice Methods 506 course, one of the core classes of the MPH program. I co-teach with [Epidemiology Division Instructor] Lori Dean. We actually worked together for the city as well, which is cool. We cover very practical approaches in public health, but also some research-oriented methods that people use in practice—qualitative methods mostly, but right now our lecture is on work plans and budget, so they’re all very practical skills. I enjoy teaching it.

Q: Tell me about the course that you’re currently teaching.

Q: Penn’s MPH program is one of the first multi-school accredited MPH programs in the United States. How does that make the program stand out from traditionally structured programs? A: I think that is the value of the MPH program—that our faculty who teach in the program are from various schools across the University. The way that we’re thinking about public health and building cultures of health really doesn’t just come from medicine. We’re looking upstream at housing, at education, and using mapping techniques from PennDesign . We have classes coming out of the VIDA Foldaway Tote Emerald Forest Gold Sun by VIDA jclLN
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Q: Penn’s MPH program is one of the first multi-school accredited MPH programs in the United States. How does that make the program stand out from traditionally structured programs?

Q: What are some of the topics that students can get involved in through CPHI? A: When I think of what students are interested in, most of the time it’s about which specific population they’re interested in working with. Content-wise, some students are interested in food access and food security—going beyond traditional nutrition that improves individual diets, but looking at environmental factors in which we live that make it easy or hard to access healthy food or opportunities for physical activity. Many students become interested in how they can use mapping techniques to improve health outcomes—more of the spatial connection to health. We also have a lot of students interested in working with mental health populations. Many students are interested in LGBT health and there’s the new VIDA Tote Bag LADY GUADALUPE by VIDA e6KMrx
here at Penn, which we’ve interacted with. There’s also global health, health policy, environmental health, epidemiology, maternal and child health—the list goes on.

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