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Who is a believer in the sight of Ameer-ul-Momineen Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS)

Who is a believer in the sight of Ameer-ul-Momineen Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS)

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  • 1. Who is a believer ? In the light of sayings of Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (A)
  • 2. The believer is one with whom people’s life, wealth, and dignity are secure.
  • 3. He has strong religious convictions. He is very eager to understand the religious teachings.
  • 4. In pursuing his aims, he achieves perseverance by combining endurance and wisdom.
  • 5. When rich, he does not forget moderation; when poor, he forbears without sacrificing his dignity.
  • 6. When powerful, he forgives easily. He is generous in appropriate ways.
  • 7. In all inquiries, he aspires to increase his knowledge and understanding.
  • 8. His behavior is gentle. His actions and walk reflect modesty.
  • 9. He faces calamities with patience and never becomes panic- stricken.
  • 10. People enjoy his affection and calmness. He is ready to bear pain in order to comfort others.
  • 11. He is sincere in his friendship. He honors his promises.
  • 12. Although he is criticized, he never criticizes anyone.
  • 13. In his judgements, he is neither oppressive nor unfair.
  • 14. He helps the oppressed and is concerned about the deprived. He does not abandon those in distress; he tries his best to relieve their burdens.
  • 15. His earnings are pure and legitimate.
  • 16. When infuriated, he behaves justly.
  • 17. In his treaties, he is firm and consistent. In his friendships, he is faithful and avoids meddling.
  • 18. He respects the rights of those who are absent. He accepts the apologies of those at fault.
  • 19. He is generous without being extravagant or wasteful.
  • 20. He is kind and compassionate to the poor and weak. Anyone can expect his assistance during difficulties.
  • 21. He does not forget those who are good to him; he is grateful.
  • 22. He guides those who seek advice.
  • 23. He assists those who have assisted him.
  • 24. He does not divulge people’s secrets. He does not inquire into affairs which do not concern him. He is honest and trustworthy.
  • 25. He avoids coercion, ignorance and lies. He keeps away from evil.
  • 26. He raises questions in order to increase his knowledge and keeps silent in order to avoid mistakes.
  • 27. He combines conscience and patience in his behavior. He communicates with others so that his knowledge may be increased.
  • 28. His livelihood is earned in an honorable way.
  • 29. He treats people kindly and affectionately. He is conscious and affable.
  • 30. He tries not to hurt anyone; people are safe with him. He deals fairly with all.
  • 31. In his actions towards others, he respects justice. He does unto others as he likes done unto him.
  • 32. To those near him, he is a friend and helper. To the orphans, he is like a father.
  • 33. He is not crude or rude toward his inferiors. He is not idle.
  • 34. He follows the examples of good leadership demonstrated by his predecessors.
  • 35. He sets a good example for those who succeed him.
  • 36. His good deeds are not performed for the sake of show. He is not hypocritical in his actions.
  • 37. He does not abandon a benefaction at the pretext of embarrassment.
  • 38. He is not boisterous. He does not take credit for the good deeds of others.
  • 39. He is not proud or selfish.
  • 40. He speaks only the truth. He is moderate and wise.
  • 41. There is no flaw, laxity or partiality in his judgments.
  • 42. He is not disgraced by love of food. He is not governed by his whims and sexual desires; he can control them.
  • 43. He is not envious. He is not hasty.
  • 44. He does not pounce nor insult others.
  • 45. He does not degrade anyone nor backbite.
  • 46. He is not slack nor dishonorable.
  • 47. If he keeps away from someone, it is not due to arrogance. If he associates with someone, it is not in order to be deceptive or spy.
  • 48. He does not lose countenance in the face of violence and calamity.
  • 49. When affluent, he does not become proud.
  • 50. He does not fall into the same difficulty twice.
  • 51.
    • May God bless us to become true believers

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