Islamic Ethics (Akhlaq)
Learn Shia Islamic Ethics (Akhlaq) from the Qur’an and Teachings of Ahl e Bait (A.S) with Aabtaab.
Let the well-off and the opulent among you not vow not to give to the relatives and the needy, and to those who have migrated in the way of Allah, and let them excuse and forbear. Do you not love that Allah should forgive you? And Allah is all-forgiving, all-merciful.
What are Islamic ethics?
Islamic ethics emphasize the importance of responsibilities and accountabilities, as well as the well-being and welfare of society as a whole. it also encourage Muslims to strive for excellence in all aspects of their lives, including personal, social, and professional relationships, and to continuously seek knowledge, wisdom, and spiritual growth.
Shia Islamic ethics (Akhlaq) are the moral principles, values, and behaviors that are taught and encouraged by Islam (Qurán and Ahl e Bait A.S). These include:
- Taqwa (piety and God-consciousness)
- Truthfulness and honesty
- Compassion and mercy
- Justice and fairness
- Responsibility and accountability
- Charity and generosity
- Respect for elders and the elder.
- Forgiveness and humility
- Patience and perseverance
- Self-discipline and self-restraint.
Shia Islamic ethics are based on the Quran and the Education of Ahl e Bait (A.S), which are the primary sources of guidance for Shia Muslims. These teachings provide guidance on how to live a virtuous and moral life and how to interact with others in a responsible and ethical manner.