From the description above, it is appropriate if we are ordered to always keep our hearts so that our hearts remain in a clean and healthy state as when we are trying to maintain our physical cleanliness. Why should the heart always be kept clean and healthy? Because the liver can also be attacked by various types of liver disease. So what are the types of heart disease in Islam? I will answer all in the description below.
Types of liver disease
Types of heart disease in Islam
In the description or explanation above, it has been clearly stated that the heart is a reflection of a person’s self, if a person’s heart is good then the morals of that person are also good, and vice versa if a person’s heart is bad then the morals of that person are also bad. so from that above it has been said that if we are all encouraged to know the types of liver disease, especially the type of liver disease in Islam, this is because so that we can all avoid what is called liver disease, because liver disease is very dangerous both for ourselves and for people who are all around us. Shirk is one types of heart disease in islam the most dangerous.
The definition of shirk itself is associating partners with Allah. Shirk is one of the worst sins. This is explained from the question of Ibn Mas’ud ra to the Messenger of Allah: O Messenger of Allah, what is the greatest sin? So he replied that the biggest sin is that you associate partners with Allah, even though He is the One who created you (Bukhari and Muslim). Therefore, we must guard our hearts so as not to associate partners with Allah, because if we commit shirk, it can easily turn off our hearts. Apart from shirk, there are also other types of liver disease according to Islam, including pride, joy, envy or jealousy, and others.