The Role of Prayer in Preventing and Eliminating Calamity with Emphasis on Faraj Prayer

Laleh Eftekhari


In all situations of sorrow and joy, especially in times of trouble, man needs to connect with the God and connect to a source beyond the material world so that they can rely on a more important and stronger support than what he has. Man can say prayers and needs talking to his God in any language and in any way he wants. However, part of the prayers and the way of supplication to God is in the form of effective supplications and prayers left in memory of the Imams (AS) and sometimes as a result it has reached us from the language of the religious leaders. One of the most important prayers is the famous prayer of Faraj. This prayer speaks of the utterance and request of Faraj and the absolute opening. Therefore, this article is a descriptive-analytical method provided by the author's observations. On the subject of human society suffering from the corona virus, which is a public test for the world, nations and governments; He has enumerated the role of prayer in overcoming this calamity. If the factors and ways out of it are well identified and managed, its threats can be turned into opportunities, and despite losses, we can consider valuable gains and benefits for it.


Prayer; Eliminating Calamity; Faraj Prayer; Corona Virus

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