Human welfare is sum total of religious teachings: Dr. Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri
President MQI Prof. Dr. Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said that the Holy Prophet (PUBH) has ordained Muslims to avoid getting angry and prescribed ways of doing so. He said there is no department of life about which guidance has not been furnished to live a purposeful life. He said that frustration and anger are negative feelings that emanate from disappointment. A frustrated person, he said, lacks peace of mind and a feeling of security. He said that Allah Almighty has not created a human being in the universe who does not have utility and importance. He said if the people wanted their worries to be taken care of and live a peaceful life, then they should come to the aid of those who suffer from difficulties.
Dr. Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri made these remarks while addressing the Friday congregation at Jamy Shaykh-ul-Islam. He said the principle of nature is that when we help others, God helps us. He said when a person serves humanity selflessly, then He provides him peace and comfort. He said the sum and substance of religious teachings is the welfare of the people. He asked the people to protect themselves from bias and hatred, for these negative values consume us from inside out and eat away good deeds.
Chairman MQI Supreme Council Dr. Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri led a Dua for peace, progress and ease of the people facing hardships and worries due to the cost of living crisis. In addition to the residents of Gosha-e-Durood, staff members and heads of the various MQI departments, and students of Jamia Nooria Rizvia Faisalabad, a large number of people attended the Friday prayer.