Free Islamic Books on KnowledgeSufficient for the son of Adam are so many morsels of food as will keep his spine upright. But if he must eat more, then a third for his food, a third for his drink and a third for his breath. So the Sunnah encourages with moderate eating and not constantly indulging oneself because that eventually leads to poor health and illnesses. They are caused by consuming more food before the previous meal has been properly digested; by eating in excess of the amount needed by the body; by consuming food which is of little nutritional value and is slow to digest ; and by eating different foods which are complex in their composition. People today are no longer in the habit of feeling hungry as our ancestors were — they desire to be satiated constantly throughout the day and night. And when you break the fast, you do so with simple healthy foods. The modern diet of complex processed foods that has become a norm in many households leads to illnesses and diseases that were unheard of by our forefathers or were at least extremely rare.
Ibn Al-Qayyim on good food and good health – overeating, complex foods and poor health
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Of humble origin, Ibn al-Qayyim's father was the principal qayyim of the School of Jawziyya , which also served as a court of law for the Hanbali judge of Damascus during the time period. Ibn al-Qayyim's main teacher was the scholar Ibn Taymiyyah. Ibn al-Qayyim was imprisoned along with his teacher Ibn Taymiyyah. According to the historian al-Maqrizi , two reasons led to his arrest: the first was a sermon Ibn al-Qayyim had delivered in Jerusalem in which he decried the visitation of holy graves, including the Prophet Muhammad's grave in Medina, the second was his agreement with Ibn Taymiyyah's view on the matter of divorce, which contradicted the view of the majority of scholars in Damascus. The campaign to have Ibn al-Qayyim imprisoned was led by Shafi'i and Maliki scholars, and was also joined by the Hanbali and Hanafi judges. Whilst in prison Ibn al-Qayyim busied himself with the Qur'an. According to Ibn Rajab , Ibn al-Qayyim made the most of his time of imprisonment: the immediate result of his delving into the Qur'an while in prison was a series of mystical experiences described as dhawq , direct experience of the divine mysteries, and mawjud, ecstasy occasioned by direct encounter with the Divine Reality.
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