عنوان مقاله [English]
Acceptance is a universal need and encompasses the life span. Maladaptive schemas are the product of the damage to this need, and Satisfying in this need increases the feeling of love, support and meaning. The purpose of this study is to investigate the human need for acceptance in the Quran. The main method of this study is qualitative. Structural method was used for data collection and semantic field approach. For this purpose, research samples, i.e., verses related to the "Rahmat" and "Azab" root derivations, were included in the Max QDA version12 software. The coding task was carried out with content analysis using the Grounded Theory method and with different categories. The research findings for these two origins indicate the abundance of 900 codes related to the concept of acceptance that shows the importance of this need in the Qur'an. The analysis of the research findings has reached four levels of acceptance to satisfying this need; acceptance of God, the Prophet and divine leaders, community and family. The acceptance of human beings in Qur'an is based on a framework in which the analysis of the word against Mercy, ie doom, explains it. The acceptance of God is universal and encompasses all; it is based on a specific framework that results in a state of balance between fear and hope. As a result, acceptance refers to a range of kindness, the lowest level of which involves human need for positive attention and kindness. Doom companions also set the framework for this acceptance.