Currently dwelling on Al Ghazzali’s work – the famous Ihya’ Ulumuddin, regarded as the second most widely read book in the Muslim world, out of my need for a little bit of polishing of soul.
It just strikes me that intellectualism has actually failed Al Ghazzali.
Gonna dig out the reason for that.
P.s. Too much intellectual stuff really does exhaust me. Does that mean it is not natural? I sense my own inclination towards sufism somehow. Despite me being more of a doer.