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  1. Well I was referring to mathematical perspective , which is three is not equal to 1 is true and 1 is not greater to 3 which is false, thus the whole statement is false
  2. - عدة من أصحابنا، عن أحمد بن محمد بن خالد، عن أحمد بن محمد بن أبي نصر، عن صفوان الجمال، عن أبي عبدالله (عليه السلام) في قول الله عزوجل: " كل شئ هالك إلا وجهه " قال: من أتى الله بما امر به من طاعة محمد (صلى الله عليه وآله) فهو الوجه الذي لا يهلك و كذلك قال: " ومن يطع الرسول فقد أطاع الله “ (al-Kafi) A number of our companions from Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Khalid from Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Abi Nasr from Safwan the cameleer from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام regarding the saying of Allah عزوجل “Everything is destroyed but His face”. He said: Whoever comes to Allah by what He commanded by of the obedience to Muhammad صلى الله عليه وآله, then it is the face which is not destroyed, and likewise he said “And whoever obeys the Messenger has obeyed Allah.” حدثنا احمد بن محمد عن الحسين بن سعيد عن فضالة بن ايوب عن على بن ابى حمزة عن سيف بن عميرة عن ابى بصير (1) عن الحرث بن المغيرة قال كنا عند ابى عبد الله عليه السلام فسأله رجل عن قول الله تعالى كل شئ هالك الا وجهه (2) فقال ما يقولون قلت يقولون هلك (3) كل شئ الا وجهه فقال سبحان الله لقد قالوا عظيما انما عنى كل شئ هالك الا وجهه الذى يؤتى منه ونحن وجهه الذى يؤتى منه. (Basa'ir ad-Darajat) Ahmad b. Muhammad narrated to us from al-Husayn b. Sa`id from Faddala b. Ayyub from `Ali b. Abi Hamza from Sayf b. `Umayra from Abu Basir from al-Harth b. al-Mughira. He said: We were with Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام and a man asked him about the saying of Allah تعالى “Everything is destroyed but His face”. So he said: What do you they say? He said: They say everything is destroyed except for His face. So He said: Glorified be Allah! They have said (something) colossal! He only meant everything is destroyed except for His face which He is come to from it. And we are His face which He is come to from it.
  3. I disagree with your understanding and your conclusion. Have a good day.
  4. I'm sorry but I really don't know what to say to you. It seems that you can't even comprehended what I'm trying to say. Every person have grief and suffering, and if a person rely to Allah (swt) about these two, Allah (swt) will surely relief him from grief and Suffering. That is my point. When I said there is no wrong to be sad, I mean these kind of sadness should always connect to Allah (swt). If I do a sin, I should feel the grieve of my sins (a guilty) and ask repentance to Allah (swt). Anyway Thanks for the dialogue.
  5. InshaAllah one day we have all volumes translated and free in online.
  6. Because Allah (swt) have spoken the truth. 3:95.
  7. That is true. For example: [1/18] al-Kafi: Muhammad b. al-Hasan and Ali b. Muhammad from Sahl b. Ziyad; Muhammad b. Yahya from Ahmad b. Muhammad - all together from Ja’far b. Muhammad al-Ash’ari from Abdallah b. Maymun al-Qaddah; Ali b. Ibrahim from his father from Hammad b. Isa from al-Qaddah from Abi Abdillah عليه السلام who said: the messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وآله said: whoever treads a path seeking knowledge Allah makes him tread a path to heaven. The angels lay down their wings for the seeker of knowledge being pleased with him. They do seek forgiveness for the seeker of knowledge whatsoever is in heaven and whatsoever is on earth even the fish in the sea. The merit of the scholar over the worshipper is like the excellence of the moon over the rest of the stars on a full-moon night. The scholars are the inheritors of the prophets, the prophets do not leave behind silver or gold coins rather they leave behind knowledge so whomsoever partakes of it then he has obtained a fortunate share. The problem is that you people don't even understand that the issue is not about Prophets inheritance and thus it has nothing to do with that hadith I quoted. Rather A share was granted to her by Allah in the time of Nabi; And what Allah restored to His Messenger from the people of the towns - it is for Allah and for the Messenger and for [his] near relatives and orphans and the [stranded] traveler. Abu Bakr is wrong in the matter of not giving her share that she owns already, it is his fault. After Abu Bakr, the fadak became playground of Ummaayds and Abbasids, thats why it was also a big mistake. If Ahlulbait (as) could hold that share, they would have given it to right cause.
  8. Then you should watch it. He is referring to this verse of yaqub grieving over his son yusuf: He said, "I only complain of my suffering and my grief to Allah , and I know from Allah that which you do not know. Like I said it before this type of grieve is good and accepted. Are you saying that Prophet Yaqub is not guided according the verse 2:38 because he actually grieve? It is amazing that verse 2:38 show some relation with the verse 9:40. According the verse 2:38 those who are guided do not actually fear or grieve over the matter of Allah (swt), instead Abu Bark seems not have following the guidance or is guided because of his fear and grieve. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Bakr
  9. Tahzan (singular) means one who grieves and sad. In the context when Abu Bakr was with the Prophet in cave, then he started to grieve because he thought they would see them: Narrated Anas bin Malik that Abu Bakr al-Siddeeq narrated to him saying: [When he was with the Messenger (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) when emigrating from Makkah] I saw the feet of the pagans just above our heads whilst we were in the cave, so I said "O Messenger of Allaah, if one of them was to look at their feet he would see us underneath his feet," so he (the Messenger) said, "What is your thought about two, the third of whom is Allaah?" I don't understand how sunnis see this as an virtue of Abu Bakr when it is nothing but doubting. The Prophet (saws) needed to say to Abu Bakr that Allah (swt) is with us. He was not even God-conciseness at that time. There is nothing wrong with grieve/sad on the matter of sins or remembering of Imam Husain (a.s) etc.
  10. Depend on the issue really. That verse was referred to Abu Bakr and his fear and grieve in such a situation where person should not even grieve. What about grieving on own sins? Of course it is a good, because it is part of repentance and fearing Allah (swt).
  11. Enemies of Allah (swt) don't deserve that verse, what they deserve is this: That is the reward of the enemies of Allah-- the fire; for them therein shall be the house of long abiding; a reward for their denying Our communications. Any person who went against Imam Ali (as) wilayah and Ahlulbait (as) is consider in our religion the one who is denying the communication of Allah (swt).
  12. Why you repeat yourself on things that we don't even believe in first place?