MEMAKNAI SPIRITUALITAS HIJRAH RASULULLAH DALAM PROBLEM SOLVING DI MASA PENDEMI COVID-19

Casmini Casmini

Abstract


The move of the Prophet from Mecca to Medina contains the meaning of life transformation and psychological values that can be practiced in problem-solving in dealing with COVID-19 pandemic. This paper describes the values of spirituality and behavioral practices from the learning of the Prophet Muhammad's migration event. from Mecca to Medina in the context of facing the COVID-19 pandemic. The study was conducted with a literature study by analyzing primary sources in the form of research articles and books or sub-books with the theme of the move of the Prophet and spirituality in counseling. Secondary sources in the form of complementary data that supports, namely the study of religion and practices of spirituality. The results of the study describe that the values of Rasulullah's emigration that can be practiced in dealing with changes due to the co-19 epidemic are the synergy between illahiyah and insaniyah values. The synergy of both values results in a spirit of enthusiasm and optimism in dealing with any problems encountered in life. The practice of migratory behavior in dealing with co-19 is based on the readiness of knowledge and skills oriented towards a balance between worldly interests and ukhrawi.

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the move of the Prophet, spirituality, ilahiyah value, insaniyah value, covid-19 pendemic

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