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pressure upon the inner-self

As a result they number no more than three fundamentals or origins and they include every aspect of the human’s life. They are: Firstly, his love for continuance (i.e. to remain/survive) which includes his attention and care that he attaches to this. Secondly, his love for the human species and the continuance of reproduction including the attention and care that he attaches to this. And thirdly, his love for security (feeling of safety) and tranquillity and the care and attention he attaches to this. For each of these origins there are a great number of manifestations and each one of them appears or manifests in the presence of that which instigates them. So he fears when an incentive for fear exists which could either be from a represented reality in front of him that causes fear or it could be from associating the thoughts of fear with a represented reality that is in the mind which exists externally and as a result he pays special attention and care upon his survival, well being and continuation of his life.

Also he inclines towards the female when she is present or if he thinks about the girl in his mind which relates to his internal dispositional attentiveness to the continuation of the human species and kind. And he dedicates himself to Du’aa and continuous pleading to Allah when he finds himself in a tight spot or dilemma and he cannot find anyone or anything to fix it for him or get rid of it from him, or when he is thinking about obtaining or attaining something that is hard to achieve or reach. Each of these three Gharaa’iz (instincts) have a number of manifestations from which feelings are emitted that apply pressure upon the Nafs (inner-self) of the person whenever an instinctual hunger from any of these three instincts or one of its manifestations occurs within him. He is then driven to satisfy this hunger or goes in search of a means to satisfy it. It will remain a source of pressure upon the human inner-self and cause worry and stress for him until he is able to remove the reasons provoking that hunger or satisfy that hunger or prepare a means for its satisfaction.

And it should not be said: That these matters are not originally in the Nafs (self) but rather they are acquired characteristics or attributes and accrued in the person as a result of living circumstances or conditions and the nature of life. This is not said because it is noticeable that the child from the moment of its birth has these matters existing within him and this reality has been witnessed by the senses. This evidence of this in a child is apparent before he has gained the ability to imitate or make such an acquisition. His longing towards his mother, his crying out due to pain and his love for grabbing hold and taking possession of everything that he sees around him, all of this confirms the Fitrah (nature) of these matters within him and that they are not attributes that are acquired from his society. None other than the blindly arrogant would deny this and refuge is sought in Allah from such arrogance.

And is there anyone more arrogant than the one who says that the instinct of possession or ownership arises from the capitalist society and the concepts that it brings whilst in origin the human has no such instinct and they are only characteristics or attributes that the child picks up from his childhood and onwards? So who then taught the child how to take milk from his mother and to pay special care and attention to the breast of his mother, and who taught him to pay special attention to his toy and provided him with the ardent zeal to attempt to take ownership of another child’s toy when he comes across it? The above is a brief snapshot of the reality of the human composition, the natural (Fitriy) composition that cannot under any circumstances be overlooked, neglected or changed. Allah (swt) says: [Adhere to] the Fitrah (nature) of Allah upon which He has created [all] people. No change should there be in the creation of Allah (Ar-Room 30). Otherwise this would lead to the end of the human being and his extinction as a result of overlooking his organic needs or by overlooking the instinct of the species (i.e. procreation). Or it would leave the human locked in his obsessions, worry, stress and instability due to not being able to satisfy his instinctual hungers and natural internal sensations that apply pressure upon his nerves leading to his unhappiness and misery.
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