Hadith: ((Support your brother, whether he is an oppressor or an oppressed person)) (Study and investigation)
This manuscript deals with the topic of happiness and how to achieve it through seeking profits, and presents its philosophical and religious vision of life and happiness. It considers that true happiness is achieved when balance and harmony are achieved between the spiritual and material aspects of a person’s life, according to what a person should strive to achieve material profits in legitimate and moral ways. Without integrating unbalanced into this pursuit, there must be a balance between material and spiritual goals, while maintaining moral values and religious piety. The author stresses that true happiness is not achieved through material wealth alone, but also requires the development of a person’s mental and spiritual abilities and communication. With God, he sees true happiness as linked to an orientation toward truth and knowledge, and human fulfillment of something greater than the material present. In addition, the author emphasizes the importance of balance in all aspects of life, including work, family, friendships, and worship. It provides advice on how to organize time and efforts to achieve balance and happiness in these various aspects, and is considered a religious and philosophical work that calls for making the best use of worldly life, by seeking material and spiritual profits in balanced and ethical ways and by directing oneself towards truth and knowledge.