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The science of cry and tears :

Through cry and by tears you control the universe.

There must be somesort of equation describing this.

I hope by Allah's permission and ridha, i can investigate this. Or perhaps some of you can give suggestions ?

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"I once asked abu al-Hassan al-Rida', 'Alayhi al-Salam, 'I pray to Allah to keep my soul in service for 
your cause, one of followers had heard that a man gives away sword and horse for the cause of Allah. 
He went to that man and took the two items but he did not know the rules. His companions met him 
and told him that working in the way (of Allah) with these people is not permissible and they 
commanded them to return the items.' He (the Imam) said, 'He should do so.' The man said, 'He 
searched for the man but did not find him. It was said that the man has left.' He (the Imam) said, 'He 
should serve as a guard but he must not fight.' The man then asked, 'Should he serve as a guard in 
Qazwin, al-Daylam and 'Asqalan?' He (the Imam) said, 'No, unless there is fear for the (offspring of) 
other Muslims.' The man then asked, 'Do you say that if Romans entered the lands of the Muslims, 
they should not stop them?' He (the Imam) said, 'It is to be on their guard but not fighting. However, 
if the center of al-Islam and Muslims is feared for, then one must fight. In such case his fighting is for 
his own sake and not for the authority (the king).' The narrator has said that he then asked, 'If the 
enemy comes to the place where he serves as a guard then what should he do?' He (the Imam) said, 
'He fights for the center of al-Islam but not for these people. It is because in the wear and tear of al- 
Islam is wear and tear of the religion of Muhammad, O Allah, grant compensation to Muhammad and 
his family worthy of their services to Your cause.'" 
Ali has narrated from his father from Yahya ibn abu 'Imran from Yunus from al-Rida', 'Alayhi al- 
Salam, a similar Hadith. 

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/17/5/2

A number of our people have narrated from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Khalid from Ali ibn Hadid in a marfu' manner from abu 'Abd Allah, recipient of divine supreme covenant, who has said the following:
 



"Whenever your skin feels a tingling sensation and your eyes 
tear up, you must pray and plead before Allah for help, it (your 
wish) is coming your way." 

The narrator has said that Muhammad ibn Isma'il has narrated from abu Isma'il 
al-Sarraj from Muhammad ibn abu Hamza from Sa'id a similar Hadith. 

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/6/13/8

 AllahAZWJ Mighty and
Majestic: "[10:10] Their cry in it shall be: Glory to Thee, O Allah! and their
greeting in it shall be: ???? "Peace", meaning the servants'. HeASWS said: "[10:10]
and the last of their cry shall be: Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.",
meaning by that after their having had their enjoyment from the copulation, and the
food, and the drinks, they will be Praising AllahAZWJ Mighty and Majestic during their
being free from that'.


And as for HisAZWJ Statement: "[37:41] For them is a Sustenance determined",
heASWS said: 'The servants know of it, so they bring it to the friend of AllahAZWJ before
he even asks them for it'.



And as for the Statement of the Mighty and Majestic: "[37:42] Fruits, and they shall
be highly honoured", heASWS said: 'They will not desire anything in the Paradise,
except that they will be honoured with it'.

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/36/21/1

 

One of our people has narrated from Muhammad ibn Hassa'n from Muhammad ibn Ranjawayh from 'Abdallah ibn al-Hakam al-Armani from 'Abdallah ibn Ibrahim ibn Muhammad al-Ja'fari who has said the following.
 



"We went to Khadijah, the daughter of 'Umar ibn Ali ibn al-Husayn ibn Ali ibn abu Talib (a. 
s.) to offer our condolences for the death of the son of her daughter. We met at her place 
Musa ibn 'Abdallah ibn al-Hassan. She was to one side near the ladies. We offered them our 
condolences to all of them. We then turned to him and he said to abu Yashkur's daughter, the 
reader of lamentations, "Say it." She then read the following lines. 

Evaluate the Messenger of Allah, 

Evaluate those after him, the loin of the Lord, (Hamrza) and 'Abbass as the third of them 
Evaluate Ali the embodiment of goodness and also evaluate Ja'far 
Evaluate 'Aqil after him all leaders. 

He said, "Very good, it was very moving. Say more lines." She was encouraged and said: 

From us is the leader of the pious ones, the Holy Prophet 

And the chief of his army that purified Imam (Ali (a.s.) 

From us is Ali his son in-law and cousin 

And from us is Hamza and the well disciplined Ja'far. 

We stayed with her until it was almost night. Khadija said, "I heard my uncle Muhammad ibn 
Ali (a.s.) say that a lady's reading lines of lamentation is good only if her tear would flow. It 
is not proper for her to say meaningless things. When night falls then you should disturb the 
angles with your lamentations. 

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/4/81/17

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The value of tear drop for Imam Hossein (as)
A drop of it will turn off the fire  and heat of hell if it drops in motion.
The angels capture the tears and record them in a glass. (9)

9- Tarehi selection / 140/2

 

Eye-catching properties in the mourning of Imam Hussein (AS)

آن چشم در نزد خداوند از تمام چشم ها محبوب تر است.(10) 
That eye is much more popular with the Allah than all eyes. (10)

 

9- Tarehi selection / 140/2


10. Baharalanwar / 207/45, Jami al ziarat, p. 26 p

 

 

 

http://www.valiasr-aj.com/persian/shownews.php?idnews=5888

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

پي نوشت ها: 

 

 

1- بحارالانوار، ج44، ص289 و كامل الزيارات باب32، ص101 

 

 

2- بحارالانوار /278/44/ امالي صدوق مجلسي 17/ ص68 

 

 

3- منتهي الآمال ، ج 1، ص 538 

 

 

4- منتهي الآمال ، ج 1، ص 539 

 

 

5- منتهي الآمال ، ج 1، ص 540 

 

 

6- منتهي الآمال ، ج 1، ص 541 

 

 

7- منتهي الآمال ، ج 1، ص 542 

 

 

8- منتهي الآمال ، ج 1، ص 543 

 

 

9- منتخب طريحي/140/2 

 

 

10- بحارالانوار /207/45، كامل الزيارات باب26 ص81 

 

 

11- بحارالانوار /293/44، عوالم /534/17 

 

 

12- بحارالانوار /290/44، كامل الزيارات باب 32 ص102 

 

 

13- بحارالانوار /305/44، تفسير امام حسن عسگري (عليه السّلام) ص369 

 

 

14- بحارالانوار /207/45، كامل الزيارات باب 26 ص81 

 

 

15- بحارالانوار /209/208/45، كامل الزيارات باب ص82 

 

 

16- بحارالانوار /207/45، كامل الزيارات باب 26 ص81 

 

 

17- بحارالانوار ، ج 45، ص 205 وكامل الزيارات ، باب 26، ص 79 

 

 

18- ترجمه خصائص الحسينيه ، ص 257 

 

 

19- بحارالانوار /278/44، امالي صدوق مجلسي 17 ص68 

 

 

20- بحارالانوار /282/42، قرب الاسناد ص) 18 

 

 

21- بحارالانوار /278/44، امالي صدوق ، مجلس 17، ص 68 

 

 

22- بحارالانوار /292/44، كامل الزيارات باب 32ص103 

 

 

23- ترجمه خصائص الحسينيه ، ص 256
 

Pie Nushet Ha:


1 - Baharalanwar, c 44, p. 289 and full visits section 32, p. 101


2 - Baharalanwar / 278/44 / Amali Sadouk Council 17 / p 68


3 - End Hope, c 1, p. 538


4 - End Hope, c 1, p. 539


5 - End of Hope, c 1, p. 540


6 - Hope, c 1, p. 541


7 - End of Hope, c 1, p. 542


8 - End of Hope, c 1, p. 543


9- Tarehi selection / 140/2


10. Baharalanwar / 207/45, Jami al ziarat, p. 26 p


11. Baharalanwar / 293/44, Worlds / 534/17


12. Baharalanwar / 290/44, full visits Section 32, p. 102


13- Baharalanwar / 305/44, interpretation before Hassan Asgari (peace be upon him) p. 369


14. Baharalanwar / 207/45, full visits, p. 26 p


15. Baharalanwar / 209/208/45, full visits, p. 82


16. Baharalanwar / 207/45, full visits, p. 26 p


17. Baharalanwar, p. 45, p. 205 and full visits, section 26, p. 79


18- Translated by Husseini Properties, p. 257


19- Baharalanwar / 278/44, Amalie Sadouk Majlisi 17 p. 68


20. Baharalanwar / 282/42, near al-Ansad, p


21. Baharalanwar / 278/44, Amali Sadok, Council 17, p. 68


22- Baharalanwar / 292/44, full visits section 32 p. 103


23- Translated by Husseini, p. 256

 

 
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15 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

"I once asked abu al-Hassan al-Rida', 'Alayhi al-Salam, 'I pray to Allah to keep my soul in service for 
your cause, one of followers had heard that a man gives away sword and horse for the cause of Allah. 
He went to that man and took the two items but he did not know the rules. His companions met him 
and told him that working in the way (of Allah) with these people is not permissible and they 
commanded them to return the items.' He (the Imam) said, 'He should do so.' The man said, 'He 
searched for the man but did not find him. It was said that the man has left.' He (the Imam) said, 'He 
should serve as a guard but he must not fight.' The man then asked, 'Should he serve as a guard in 
Qazwin, al-Daylam and 'Asqalan?' He (the Imam) said, 'No, unless there is fear for the (offspring of) 
other Muslims.' The man then asked, 'Do you say that if Romans entered the lands of the Muslims, 
they should not stop them?' He (the Imam) said, 'It is to be on their guard but not fighting. However, 
if the center of al-Islam and Muslims is feared for, then one must fight. In such case his fighting is for 
his own sake and not for the authority (the king).' The narrator has said that he then asked, 'If the 
enemy comes to the place where he serves as a guard then what should he do?' He (the Imam) said, 
'He fights for the center of al-Islam but not for these people. It is because in the wear and tear of al- 
Islam is wear and tear of the religion of Muhammad, O Allah, grant compensation to Muhammad and 
his family worthy of their services to Your cause.'" 
Ali has narrated from his father from Yahya ibn abu 'Imran from Yunus from al-Rida', 'Alayhi al- 
Salam, a similar Hadith. 

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/17/5/2

A number of our people have narrated from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Khalid from Ali ibn Hadid in a marfu' manner from abu 'Abd Allah, recipient of divine supreme covenant, who has said the following:
 



"Whenever your skin feels a tingling sensation and your eyes 
tear up, you must pray and plead before Allah for help, it (your 
wish) is coming your way." 

The narrator has said that Muhammad ibn Isma'il has narrated from abu Isma'il 
al-Sarraj from Muhammad ibn abu Hamza from Sa'id a similar Hadith. 

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/6/13/8

 AllahAZWJ Mighty and
Majestic: "[10:10] Their cry in it shall be: Glory to Thee, O Allah! and their
greeting in it shall be: ???? "Peace", meaning the servants'. HeASWS said: "[10:10]
and the last of their cry shall be: Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.",
meaning by that after their having had their enjoyment from the copulation, and the
food, and the drinks, they will be Praising AllahAZWJ Mighty and Majestic during their
being free from that'.


And as for HisAZWJ Statement: "[37:41] For them is a Sustenance determined",
heASWS said: 'The servants know of it, so they bring it to the friend of AllahAZWJ before
he even asks them for it'.



And as for the Statement of the Mighty and Majestic: "[37:42] Fruits, and they shall
be highly honoured", heASWS said: 'They will not desire anything in the Paradise,
except that they will be honoured with it'.

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/36/21/1

 

One of our people has narrated from Muhammad ibn Hassa'n from Muhammad ibn Ranjawayh from 'Abdallah ibn al-Hakam al-Armani from 'Abdallah ibn Ibrahim ibn Muhammad al-Ja'fari who has said the following.
 



"We went to Khadijah, the daughter of 'Umar ibn Ali ibn al-Husayn ibn Ali ibn abu Talib (a. 
s.) to offer our condolences for the death of the son of her daughter. We met at her place 
Musa ibn 'Abdallah ibn al-Hassan. She was to one side near the ladies. We offered them our 
condolences to all of them. We then turned to him and he said to abu Yashkur's daughter, the 
reader of lamentations, "Say it." She then read the following lines. 

Evaluate the Messenger of Allah, 

Evaluate those after him, the loin of the Lord, (Hamrza) and 'Abbass as the third of them 
Evaluate Ali the embodiment of goodness and also evaluate Ja'far 
Evaluate 'Aqil after him all leaders. 

He said, "Very good, it was very moving. Say more lines." She was encouraged and said: 

From us is the leader of the pious ones, the Holy Prophet 

And the chief of his army that purified Imam (Ali (a.s.) 

From us is Ali his son in-law and cousin 

And from us is Hamza and the well disciplined Ja'far. 

We stayed with her until it was almost night. Khadija said, "I heard my uncle Muhammad ibn 
Ali (a.s.) say that a lady's reading lines of lamentation is good only if her tear would flow. It 
is not proper for her to say meaningless things. When night falls then you should disturb the 
angles with your lamentations. 

http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/4/81/17

Thanks. I will read it sometime.

As far as i remember, the last hadist, http://www.fourshiabooks.com/hadith/al-kafi/4/81/17, is also appear in al-kafi book 1, which i translated to Indonesian language.

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