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20 Maxims By Imam Ja’far Al-Sadiq (AS)
<ul><li>A Muslim who puts in endeavours to materialize the desire of his brother is like someone who performs holy war (Ji...
4. How indecent is it that the powerful ones take revenge from the weak.  5. Be benevolent to your father and mother so th...
8. To remove a mountain is easier than removing faith.  9. Faith is in heart and conviction is a number of inspirations. 1...
13. Negligence of others' rights is humility. Certainly, the neglector of rights needs for forgery in this regard.   14. S...
17. The desire for the worldly pleasures causes grief and sadness. Abstinence from the worldly pleasures brings about the ...
19. Friendship is nil unless its limits are kept. He who does not keep these limits should not be regarded as friend. The ...
 
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  1. 1. 20 Maxims By Imam Ja’far Al-Sadiq (AS)
  2. 2. <ul><li>A Muslim who puts in endeavours to materialize the desire of his brother is like someone who performs holy war (Jihad) on the way to God. 2. Our intercession will not be extended to the one who is careless in performing prayers. 3. The fruit (result) of love and attachment with the world is inconvenience, trouble and sorrow and the result of piety and purity in the world is the comfort of body and soul. </li></ul>Next
  3. 3. 4. How indecent is it that the powerful ones take revenge from the weak. 5. Be benevolent to your father and mother so that your children may as well be benevolent to you. 6. Nothing like thanks in increasing the favorable matters and nothing like patience in decreasing the unfavorable matters. 7. Islam is a definite rank. Faith is one rank higher than Islam. Conviction is one rank higher than faith. People have been given a rank lower than conviction. Next
  4. 4. 8. To remove a mountain is easier than removing faith. 9. Faith is in heart and conviction is a number of inspirations. 10. A twenty-year friendship is kinship. 11. Everything has limits. The limit of conviction is not to fear anything besides Allah. 12. Favors should be done only to the highborn or the religious. Those who show gratitude are very few. Next
  5. 5. 13. Negligence of others' rights is humility. Certainly, the neglector of rights needs for forgery in this regard. 14. Shake hands, because this will confiscate malice. 15. Debt is grief at night and humility in day. 16. Enjoining good and forbidding evil should be practiced with a faithful believer that he would learn a lesson, or an ignorant that he would earn. Enjoining good and forbidding evil become surely worthless when they are applied to the powerful tyrants. Next
  6. 6. 17. The desire for the worldly pleasures causes grief and sadness. Abstinence from the worldly pleasures brings about the rest of both heart and body. 18. Thank him who did you favor, and confer upon him who thanked you. Graces that are shown gratitude will not be removed while those that are shown ingratitude will not persist. Thanks increase the graces and saves against poverty. Next
  7. 7. 19. Friendship is nil unless its limits are kept. He who does not keep these limits should not be regarded as friend. The first limit is that the inner self and the appearance should be identical. The second limit is that the friend should regard your goodness as his goodness and your evil as his evil. The third limit of friendship is that a position or fortunes should not change the friend's relation with his friends. The fourth limit is that the friend should not deprive his friend of anything that he is capable of doing. The fifth limit--which is the most comprehensive--, is that the friend should never leave his friend alone in calamities. 20. He who gains oppression is not gaining welfare. He who mistreats people should not complain when people mistreat him. Peace be upon you O Son Of Rasool Allah! O Imam Sadiq! Next
  8. 9. This presentation is produced by AlMujtaba Home Page http://www.almujtaba.com Please Recite Surat AlFatiha On Grand Ayatullah Sayed Muhammed Kadhim Al-Yazdi, Grand Ayatullah Sayed Mohsin Al-Hakeem, Ayatullah Sayed Ibrahim Tabatabai, Ayatullah Sayed Muhammed Mahdi AlHakeem, Ayatullah Sayed Muhammed Baqir AlHakeem, And All The Martyrs Of The Family Of AlHakeem. The End
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