عنوان مقاله [English]
The feeling of self-esteem, dignity, and glory that has long been dealt with as both reprehensible and praised in religious and revelation-based ethical texts has been regarded in modern psychology texts as self-esteem and only in a positive sense, for which many components, signs, and outcomes have been mentioned. Study of Makarim al-akhlaq Prayer in Al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya, as a valid text of revelation ethics, indicates the special attention by Imam Sajjad (PBUH) to many factors such as forgiveness and remission, praying for the improvement and cure of other people's viciousness, strengthening self-respect and self-esteem, and purposefulness as well as perfection of the intentions. These issues can be seen in modern psychology as a discussion called self-esteem, where modern science has reached an angle of those through requirements through sensory experience. At the same time, there is a major difference between the approach taken by Makarim al-akhlaq Prayer and psychology to the factors, differentiating the two text types and causing differences in some commands. The study of the requirements of modern psychology and ethics, on the one hand, reflects the different worldview of revelation-based texts with modern science, and on the other hand, indicates the fact that the musts of obtaining eternal prosperity are not only compatible with material gains but are also in line with material gains.