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Motivation through reward and punishment according to islami
Transcript of Motivation through reward and punishment according to islami
-Gaining knowledge (study)
islamic - get reward(pahala), fardu kifayah.
general - achieve good result
islamic - get reward(pahala) , purify our property and soul
general - help those needed, improve economy
Motivation through reward and punishment according to islamic perspective
What is motivation ?
Generally, motivation is widely discussed widely in areas such as psychology, education and development.
Plays a crucial role in human lives as it leads human to any action.
Western psychologist relate motivation to many aspect of life such as biological, environment, cognition, and development.
In Islamic perspective, it put more emphasis on the spiritual and religion aspect where Muslims are motivated to do good deeds or to performs any activity only to seek the pleasure of Allah S.W.T
Basic motivation in Islam (6 pillars of iman)
Motivation purpose is to made people became a better person either it is in generally or in Islamic perspective
However, in Islamic perspective it is focus more on spiritual and religion aspect
Every action and judgement is based on shariah which is A-Quran & As-Sunnah
As a Muslim, the main intention is to seek the pleasure from Allah S.W.T to get the rewards in this world and here after
Generally: That which is given in return for good or evil done or received that which is offered or given in return for some service or attainment, as for excellence in studies
Islamic perspective: A true Muslim with good deeds would be rewarded with good life in this temporary world and rewarded with eternal life in paradise through the pleasure of god/ almighty Allah which is the greatest highest reward conferred upon a Muslim with eternal and perpetual life.
Belief in Allah
Belief in the angels (Malaikat)
Belief in the revealed books ( Al-Quran)
Belief in the commissioned Messengers (peace be upon them).
Belief in the resurrection and the events of Qiyamah.
Belief in the predestination by Allah of all things, both the (seemingly) good and the (seemingly) bad ( Qada’ & Qadar )
Generally: Punishment is a term from Psychological Learning Theory that has a precise meaning; it refers to something that causes a behavior to lessen in intensity. There is nothing that is intrinsically punishing. A thing is called punishing if, when it is applied, it results in the reduction of behavior that you want to reduce.
Islamic Perspective: If someone is proven to be guilty of the crime and all the conditions for the punishment are fulfilled, there is no leniency or pardon for the perpetrator
-Stealing and robbery
islamic - cut off his or her hands
general - Jailed for sometimes or fined
islamic - The law of equality
general - Imprisonment or death sentence (in some countries)