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Seven Steps to Moral Intelligence

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
How do we develop a good understanding of right and wrong? How do we change ourselves so that we can live by the universal, moral values of Islam? This handbook tells us how to go about changing ourselves in seven steps. Based on Imam Ghazali's teachings, this handbook is attractively laid out and easy to understand.

Musharraf Hussain is the chief executive of the Karimia I
Paperback, 108 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Kube Publishing Ltd
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I’ve had a copy of the first of these titles (7 Steps to Moral Intelligence) since its initial publication back in 2009 and of course, when the opportunity arose to review it and its follow up, 7 Steps to Spiritual Intelligence, I leapt at it. I loved the first book which is based on Imam Ghazali’s teachings, and I dip into it regularly. The sequel is based not primarily (like its predecessor) on Imam Ghazali but relies also on a number of other classical scholars.
Both titles are small, clear, c
This book is an accessible version of a Khalid Murad's version which goes much more into depth about each of the morals.

The book looks and moral and immoral behaviour and guides the reader to take steps to reach a moral state. Although small in size, this book is one to read and digest and perhaps re-read if you want to implement the steps for a more moral existence.

The chapters are well divided and the use of diagrams makes this a self help book for those who want to improve their out look on
Sara El-Kady
Jun 29, 2010 Sara El-Kady rated it 3 of 5 stars
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small brief guide to go on the right Islamic morals .. it highlighted many concepts and fixed other concepts that I misunderstood ..
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