Hojjat-ul-Islam and Muslims Dr. Mohammad Hossein Mokhtari, hancellor of the University of Islamic Denominations and Professor of Islamic Jurisprudence and Principles of the Seminary of Qom, in a note on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan and benefiting from this valuable opportunity for self-improvement.
We live in an age where the persistence of the coronavirus epidemic in the world has led to sudden changes in people's living space, a long-term presence in home quarantine, and depression, isolation and even increased suicide.
It also increases psychological costs, expands feelings of insecurity, increases domestic violence against women and children, disrupts the communication identity of the people of the world and creates numerous social divisions due to the spread of unemployment in the world and ultimately increases the divorce rate and the collapse of the family. The destruction of spirituality and morality is one of the terrible challenges of the coronavirus epidemic in the world, which has put the epistemological future of the world at great risk.
The need to strengthen spirituality in the form of promoting global solidarity and empathy during Ramadan
Ramadan is the manifestation of God-centeredness and the negation of human-centeredness (omanism)
Global solidarity, increasing self-sacrifice, and expanding people's self-purification in the form of fasting are emerging.
Valuable rituals of the holy month of Ramadan and injections of hope during the conflict with Corona.
Undoubtedly, the prominent role of spirituality, especially the valuable rituals of the holy month of Ramadan, plays an inseparable link with the quality of life of the people and the restoration of physical and spiritual health, and the injection of hope during the conflict with Corona. It will prevent the legitimacy of religions in general and the authenticity and legitimacy of the religion of Islam in particular, especially at a time when the outbreak of the coronavirus is spreading around the world.
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