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“My brother – you’ll not attain true knowledge except through six things. I shall tell you about them in detail. Intelligence, a burning desire, poverty, a humbled self, the instruction of a skilled teacher, and the passage of a long time.”– Imam Juwayni.

These lines summarize the advice of one of the great scholars of Islam to students of knowledge. It has been a tradition of scholars to not only teach students what to learn but how to learn.

Some matters remain the same for any seeker of knowledge, such as the central importance of proper conduct and respect. Others may change in different times and places, such as managing part-time studies, work, and family duties.

Join Shaykh Ahmad Saad al-Azhari and Shaykh Faraz Rabbani as they beautifully explain the proper mindset, internal state, and outward manners required by the student, as well as how to avoid common pitfalls. Starting with humility to the teacher and to the approach of study, this course links the inward, outward, and practical aspects needed to make seeking sacred knowledge the noble act of worship it is.

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Total Lesson: 7
Number of hours: 9
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Skill Level: Beginner
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Learning outcomes:

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Learn the proper manners of seeking knowledge.
  • Realize the importance of humility to the teacher and to the approach of study.
  • Understand how to beautify their internal state in order to gain beneficial knowledge.
  • Avoid common pitfalls in seeking knowledge.
  • Transform their seeking of knowledge into the noble act of worship it is.
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