Foremost among the Lord’s innumerable noble qualities is his boundless compassion with empathy towards suffering by minimizing it. Everyone is suffering from countless and diverse fears: fear of losing one job: source of income: wellbeing, although it is through his Karma or a test of his faith by the Almighty.
Theologians, scientists and thinkers have attempted for centuries to understand the impact that religion can have on human beings; both mentally and physically. And it is commonly accepted around the world that religion and spirituality are among the most important of cultural factors- giving structure and meaning to behaviors, value and systems and experiences. Thus, there is ample reason to believe in faith in a higher power is associated with health, and in a positive way. Studies have proved that religious involvement and spirituality are associated with better health outcomes, including greater longevity, coping skills and health-related quality of life, even in odds and less anxiety, depression and suicide. Moreover, it has been shown that addressing the spiritual needs of the patient may enhance recovery from illness.
In an exploration to better understand the role that spirituality and religion play in health and care, a few themes appeared across the various disciplines. Some of the most interesting things include: 80% of research on spirituality/religiousness and health focuses on mental health. In a nutshell, the firm belief in the creator and his creation would always strengthen a human being internally and externally both, besides gaining Allah’s blessings and grace leading to a contented life.