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Sayings of eleventh Imam (as)
By: Faez Karimi
* The worst servants of Allah are those who are two-faced and two-tongued; they praise their present friends and backbite the absent; they envy them for obtaining graces and disappoint them when they suffer a misfortune.
* He who shows patience will be supplied with the support of Allah.
* It is so ugly for a believer to follow a passion that causes him humiliation.
* Do not dispute (with others) lest you will lose splendor and do not joke (with everyone) lest you will be disrespected.
* "Bismillahir Rahman ir-Rahim - in the Name of Allah the Beneficent the Merciful-" is as near to the Great Name (of Allah) as the iris to the white of the eye.
* Within the unforgivable sins are the sins whose committers wish if they would not commit anything else.
* To greet everyone you pass by and to sit in a place other than the first class of a session are signs of modesty.
* Modesty is an unenviable favor.
* The babies who dare their fathers will surely treat them impiously when they attain maturity.
* Within the misfortunes that deal a death blow is the neighbor who overshadows any good feature that he notices and propagandizes any defect that he notices.
* Very much offering of prayers and fasting is not the worship; the very worship is the very much pondering over the affairs of Allah.
* You are plunging into decreased deadlines and limited days. He who sows good will harvest delight and he who sows evil will harvest regret. Each cultivator will gain only what he has cultivated.
* The heart of the foolish is in his mouth and the mouth of the wise is in his heart.
* The most pious of people is he who stops at suspicious matters. The best worshipper is he who performs the obligatory religious affairs duly. The most abstinent of people is he who abandons the unlawful. The most hard-working of people is he who deserts sins.
* The guaranteed sustenance should not engage you from the ordained deed.
* The powerful will be definitely humiliated if he ignores the right and the humble will be definitely valued if he takes in it.
* To educate an ignorant and to prevent a habit are two impossible actions.
* Fatigue is the friend of the ignorant.
* Reasonless laughter is a sign of ignorance.
* Nothing is above two characters: believing in Allah and benefiting the friends.
* Those who advise their friend secretly are respecting them, and those who advise them openly are humiliating them.
* To show happiness before the grieved is not a sign of good mannerism.
* Do not bestow upon anyone with matters that are difficult for him.