Words of Amirul Momineen Hazrat Ali (AS)

By: Asiya Sayed

The doer of good is better than it and the doer of evil is worse than it.

Be magnanimous but not a profligate; appraise but be not a miser.

Proximity to Allah cannot be gained through voluntary devotion if they falter with obligations.

The words of a wise man are behind his heart while the heart of a fool is behind his words.

The most illustrious wealth is the abandoning of [false] hope.

He who is swift in doing to the people that which they dislike is talked about by them in accordance with their imagination.

An evil deed, which causes repentance, is better in the sight of Allah than a noble deed that brings about conceit.

He who entertains lengthy hopes does so by sacrificing the performance of good.

The worth of a man is in accordance with his resolve, his veracity is in accordance with his sense of honour, his bravery is in accordance with his sense of pride and his chastity is in accordance with his self-respect.

The one most worthy to pardon the transgressions of others is the one most capable of giving retribution

No wealth is greater than intellect, no poverty worse than ignorance, no inheritance better than good morals and no aide such as consultation

Perseverance is of two types, perseverance with that which is disliked and perseverance from that which is liked

Wealth and needlessness in a land away from home makes it home while poverty in the homeland make it separation from home

Possession is the source of desires

He who cautions you is like the one who gives good tidings

Lose of friends is separation from ones homeland

Do not shy away from giving little for deprivation is less than it

Continence is the adornment of poverty


Muntakheb Ul  Aqwaal
"Knowledge is better than wealth because it protects you while you have to guard wealth. it decreases if you keep on spending it but the more you make use of knowledge ,the more it increases . what you get through wealth disappears as soon as wealth disappears but what you achieve through knowledge will remain even after you." MORE..
(Hazrat Ali Ibne Abi Talib (A.S)

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