Undesirable Effects of Procrastination from The Perspective of Islamic Narrations

Authors

  • Mahdi Mahdavi Panah
  • Mohammad Ali Ghaderi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24200/jsshr.vol6iss02pp%25p

Abstract

Objective: One of the harmful acts in the society is procrastination and the majority of the society are struggling with it and its regular recurrence can turn to addiction. Methodology: The addicted person procrastinates unwittingly and thus loses the opportunities; due to the importance of this issue and the intensive efforts being put on this issue by Islam, there are various interpretations in Islamic narrations regarding avoiding procrastination and taking the opportunities on the spot. Results: This descriptive writing states that with regard to Islamic narrations it can be seen that procrastination has several unfavorable effects such as negligence in remembering God and resurrection, annihilation, regret, physical and mental problems. Conclusion: This disease can be rooted out by taking the opportunities, avoiding sloth and laxity, thinking about the repercussion of every action and self-assessment.

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2020-10-04

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