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Hoseni ُ M, Tabibi A. Qur'anic-narrative investigation of belief in resurrection and fear of God's glory in self-care of spiritual health. Quran and Medicine 2024; 8 (4)
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Self-care includes the actions that people use voluntarily, consciously, and purposefully for themselves, their families, and their society to take steps to protect their physical, mental, and social health. From the point of view of Islam, self-care in the field of health has been comprehensively explained and includes all material and non-material fields of human beings. This research aims to collect and analyze data from Islamic sources - the Holy Quran and Sunnah - to explain the basic factors of self-care in spiritual health. Therefore, the verses and narrations related to spiritual health have been analyzed with the descriptive-analytical method and the library method. Therefore, by deriving data from Islamic sources, they were analyzed with a comparative approach to explain the essential factors in spiritual health by inferring categories and concepts related to spiritual health. Finally, the result is that belief in the resurrection and fear of God's glory are two essential factors in self-care for spiritual health.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2023/10/19 | Accepted: 2023/11/12 | Published: 2024/03/15

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