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Zayd, The Beggar of Wisdom (Part 3)

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سبحان الله

Salam Alaikum, brothers and sisters around the globe!

This is part 3 of the story, for you to read with patience.

Part 1: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235047606-zayd-the-beggar-of-wisdom-part-1/

Part 2: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235047640-zayd-the-beggar-of-wisdom-part-2/

Jazak Allah Khair.

STORY:

 

Zayd,

He started to explore,

Not only the Majesty,

But also his surroundings,

Time passed,

And here is what he said:

 

Zayd against the Ceremony of the Infidels,

Zayd walked inside the Ceremony of the Infidels,

The third anniversary,

A feast was opened,

Public pleasure,

Free beverages,

This distracted Zayd,

He was distracted by pleasure,

As he walked,

People look at him,

Not because of his handsomeness,

But because of his clothes,

Zayd never accepted luxury,

He only accepted submission,

As he walked in the Ceremony,

He was distracted by pleasure,

He was warned by an angel,

Who said:

 

"Oh Zayd, Verily we sent you for the sake of Allah, the All-Supreme, for He sent you inspirations not for the sake of pleasure, be aware of your doings!"

 

Zayd against the statue of God,

Zayd saw a statue in his eyesight,

Not far away from him,

He looked at it,

The legs,

The hands,

Made from ruby,

This distracted Zayd,

He was distracted by luxury,

As he walked,

The statues were not moving,

Nor were their clothes moving,

There was a wind,

So Zayd wanted to know why it did not move,

He asked the statue this question,

He was distracted by luxury,

He was warned by an angel,

Who said:

 

"Oh Zayd, Verily we sent you for the sake of Allah, the All-Supreme, for He sent you inspirations not for the sake of statues, be aware of your doings!"

 

Zayd against the Black Clergy,

Zayd had a horse,

The horse was gifted to his parents,

But he did not know from who,

As he does not know the meaning of his name,

One day he travelled to the Warm South,

He saw people with a black skin color,

He never saw this color on people,

This distracted Zayd,

He was distracted by the clergy,

As he dismounted,

He came closer,

The clergy were talking,

Zayd came close,

He wanted to talk to them,

He was distracted by the clergy,

He was warned by an angel,

Who said:

 

"Oh Zayd, Verily we sent you for the sake of Allah, the All-Supreme, for He sent you inspirations not for the sake of transgressors, be aware of your doings!

 

We are watching you,

We are protecting you,

We are with you,

Do not be part of their joy,

Our joy,

Is a gift for the Patience you endured,

Show yourself,

Verily, this is a message from your Lord, your Sustainer"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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