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چهارشنبه, 03 خرداد 1396 - Wed 05 24 2017

Some Words of the Holy Prophet of Islam (S.A.W.)

Some Words of the Holy Prophet of Islam (S.A.W.)

Some Words of the Holy Prophet of Islam (S.A.W.)
Everything has its honor, and the honor of sessions is that in which the direction of Qiblah is taken. He who wants to be the mightiest of people should fear Allah, he who wants to be the most powerful of people should depend upon Allah, and he who wants to be the wealthiest of people should trust in what is in Allah's hand more than what is in his hand.
May I inform of the evilest of people?
The attendants said: Yes, you may, Allah's Messenger."
He (S.A.W.) said: The evilest of people are those who live alone, whose charity does not reach people, and who whip their servants.
May I inform you of the people that are eviler than the previous?
The attendant said: Yes, you may, Allah's Messenger."
He (S.A.W.) said: The people that are eviler than the previous are those whose favor is not expected and whose evil is not secured.
May I inform you of the people that are eviler than the previous?
The attendants said: Yes, you may, Allah's Messenger."
He (S.A.W.) said: Those who hate people and people hate them.
Once, Jesus(A.S.) orated before the Israelites. He said:
"O children of Israel, do not speak words of wisdom before the ignorant so that you will not wrong these words. Do not prevent the wise people from receiving the wisdom lest, you will wrong those people. Do not reward the unjust ones otherwise, your favors will be null.
O children of Israel, matters must be one of three: a clearly right matter that you should follow, a clearly wrong matter that you should avoid, or a confused matter that you should commend to Allah."
O people, you have definite marks and identified ends: therefore, you should stop at your marks and reach at only your ends. A faithful believer should live between two points of fear:one is his past deeds that he ignores what Allah will do about them and the second is the remaining life that he ignores what Allah has arranged for it. The servant (of Allah) should take from himself for himself, his worldly life for his life to come, his youth for his old age, and his life for his death. By the prevailing of my soul I take the oath, no blame will be after death. Except for Paradise and Hell, no abode will be there after this worldly life.
Source: Tuhaf al-Uqoul

Reference: ImamReza.net

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