Podcast Ep. 25: The Art of Dying

Abu Hurayra (RA) narrated that the Prophet ﷺ said, “Remember often the severer of pleasures [i.e. death].” There are myriad ways to reflect on death, both on our own death and that of others. How do we engage in periodic remembrance of our final abode? Why does death feel far away, and why do we shy away from discussing it? On Episode 25, the team explores the physical and spiritual realities of dying, and how we can benefit from its remembrance.

Listen to Episode 25 below, or find it on your favourite platform — including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more — here on Anchor.

Ep. 25: The Art of Dying The Qarawiyyin Podcast

Abu Hurayra (RA) narrated that the Prophet ﷺ said, "Remember often the severer of pleasures [i.e. death]." There are myriad ways to reflect on death, both on our own death and that of others. How do we engage in periodic remembrance of our final abode? Why does death feel far away, and why do we shy away from discussing it? On Episode 25, the team explores the physical and spiritual realities of dying, and how we can benefit from its remembrance. — The Qarawiyyin Project aims to revive the tradition of Muslim women being at the forefront of discussing the most critical issues of our time from an Islamic perspective. We strive to empower women to be active in their communities around the world in carrying Islam as a way of life. Read our publications: qarawiyyinproject.co Subscribe to our newsletter: qarawiyyinproject.substack.com/welcome Email us: contact@qarawiyyinproject.co
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