Spiritual Health and Pure Life
Spiritual health, as one of the aspects of health, has recently been considered by Western researcher and led them to mention some definitions for it. Since the need for this dimension of health has been arisen from a secular society and secular society requirements are different with the real human needs to health, it seems that paying attention to "pure life" (Hayat Tayiba) mentioned in the Holy Quran is helpful to address the spiritual health. "Pure life", is a word in the Qoran which commentators have described it as a clean life. The "pure" word is applied in some places in the Quran.
"Taiba word: clean word" (Surah Ibrahim / 24), "the Taiba descendant: good offspring" (Surah Al 'Imran / 38), "city of: Clean City" (Surah Saba / 15), "Taiba ancestors: good fathers" (Surah Ibrahim / 24) and "Taiba (pure) life: clean life" (Surah an-Nahl / 97)...
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