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Seeking Knowledge: The Path to Paradise – Mokhtar Maghraoui

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This lecture is part 4 of a complete series of 5 lectures entitled “In Pursuit of Peace and Happiness”. To play each session press the play icon or scroll through them using the NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons below.

1) Avoiding Major Ailments of the Heart
2) How to Attain True Happiness and Satisfaction
3) Purifying Your Intentions and Actions
4) Seeking Knowledge: The Path to Paradise
5) When Freedom Hinders the Pursuit of Happiness

To play each chapter for this session press the play icon below.

1) What Type of Knowledge is Most Important?
2) Seeking Knowledge is Obligatory on Men and Women
3) God is Not Served With Ignorance
4) The Creation Prays For the Seeker of Knowledge
5) Religious Knowledge vs. Secular Knowledge
6) The Three Things That Continue After Death
7) Seeking Knowledge: The Path to Paradise
8) The Right Intention in Seeking Knowledge
9) Four Types of People
10) Women Must Seek Knowledge
11) Historical Examples of Women Seeking Knowledge
12) Learn Wisdom When You Are Young
13) Family Life
14) Hafsah: An Early Scholar of Islam
15) We Must Be Gender Blind
16) Satisfying One Who is Angry
17) Reaching Out to the Ignorant
18) Are Women Allowed to Go Off to College Alone?
19) The Other Side of Freedom
20) Can Women Lecture at a Conference Where Men Are Present?

Knowledge is mandatory in order to be successful on the path to peace and happiness. But what type of knowledge? Is it secular knowledge such as the knowledge of math and science? Or is it the knowledge about how to meet the challenges that life presents to us such as the meaning of life, what is moral and what is not, what comes after death, etc. This lecture tackles the many important aspects of seeking knowledge and the attitude and understanding one must have to be successful in such an endeavor. Imam Mokhtar looks at the importance of seeking knowledge, the virtues of seeking knowledge, the three things that continue to benefit a person after death, the right intention in seeking knowledge, the four types of people seeking knowledge, the importance of women seeking knowledge, examples of women participating in society and seeking knowledge in early Islamic history, and learning wisdom at an early age. Other topics discussed: are women allowed to seek knowledge by going away to college alone, the Islamic concept of freedom, and can women lecture at a conference where men are present?