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  1. Theory Of Germs By Imam Jafar al Sadiq ((عليه السلام)) Once Jabir asked, “What are your views about sickness? Does it come by the order of Allah or is it accidental?” Ja’far as-Sadiq ((عليه السلام).) replied, “Diseases are of three kinds. Some are from Allah, some are of our own creation and some are caused by tiny living beings.... Old age is a good example of the sickness which is from Allah. There is no escape from it. Sooner or later everyone must suffer from this disease and die. We suffer from some diseases due to our ignorance and following our false desires. We have been warned in the Holy Qur’an not to indulge in excessive eating and drinking. If we eat a few morsels less and drink a few draughts less we shall be safe from many diseases. Many diseases are caused by the enemies of the human body. These enemies are very small. They are so small that we cannot see them with our eyes. To protect us and to fight against these enemies, Allah has provided us with a large number of guards. Our guards are inside our bodies. They are so small that they cannot be seen with the naked eye. When the enemies enter the human body and attack it, the guards put up a fight against them and try to annihilate them. When they are successful in their fight we recover from sickness.” Jabir asked, “Who are our enemies that attack us and make us sick?” Ja’far as-Sadiq ((عليه السلام).) replied, “They are of many kinds, but their constituents are limited?” Jabir said, “I cannot understand what you mean. How can they be of different kinds, but made of limited number of things?” Ja’far as-Sadiq ((عليه السلام).) explained, “The book you read has thousands of words and each word has a different meaning, but all of them are composed of a limited number of letters. Similarly our enemies are of thousands of kinds, but are made of limited number of substances. This point can be explained by another example. There are thousands of animals and all of them are made of flesh, blood and bones, but they are not alike. A cat is not like a camel. One is carnivorous and the other herbivorous.” Reference:"Maghze Mutafakkir Jehan Shia" The explanation is longer, this is an extract.
  2. Why the sun is hotter than the moon. ‘I said to Abu Jafar, ‘Why did the sun become hotter than the moon?’ He said: ‘Allah Created the sun from the light of the fire and radiance of the water, a layer from this, and a layer from this until it came to be seven layers, covering it from a covering of fire. So that is where the sun came to be hotter than the moon’. I said, ‘And the moon?’ He said: ‘Allah Created the moon from radiance of the fire and the purity of the water, a layer from this, and a layer from this, until it came to be seven layers, Allah Covered it from a covering from water. So that is where the moon came to be colder than the sun’. https://hubeali.com/books/English-Books/Tafseer-e-Quran/Tafseer Sura Banu Israeel_CH 17.pdf ,side 33
  3. O Allah! Send Your Mercy and Blessings upon our master Muhammad and his family (as) the number which is in the Knowledge of Allah and Mercy forever
  4. “Our followers are like bees which live among birds. None of the birds recognize the bees because of their small size and weakness. They would not treat them this way if they realized that these very small bees can carry honey which is very valuable in their stomachs.” ― Hazrat Ali Ibn Abu-Talib as Source :https://www.imamreza.net/eng/imamreza.php?id=214
  5. Salam. I hope you are in good health InshAllah. I just read som of Your post and didnt find anything more about you since august. My prayers are with you. Be strong! A big hug from me. Shieflower
  6. (bismillah) (salam) This made tears in my eyes. May Allah bless you and your family InshAllah
  7. (bismillah) (salam) It has been narrated that there was a man among the Children of Israel who was a scholar, an adorer of his Lord, a man of knowledge who reached the degree of ijtihad (ability to extract law), and he had a wife of whom he was very fond. She died, so he grieved for her immensely, so much so that he took to seclusion at his house without leaving it, closing his door to the public and staying away from them; nobody could enter. A woman from among the Children of Israel heard about what had happened to him, so she came and said that she needed to hear his judgment about a matter wherein direct communication is required. People went away as she remained at the door. He was told about her, so he permitted her to enter. She said, "Shall I ask you to issue a verdict about an issue?" He said, "What is it?" She said, "I borrowed some pieces of jewelry from one of my neighbors and kept wearing them for quite some time, then the owners sent me a message asking for them back. Should I give them back?" He said, "Yes." She said, "But the jewelry has been with me for such a long period of time." He said, "This is another reason why you should return it." It is then that she said to him, "May Allah have mercy on you! Do you feel sorrowful about what Allah, the most Exalted One, the most Great, had lent you then took it away from you, while He has more right to it than yourself?!" It was then that he saw the wisdom in what she said, and Allah made him benefit by it. http://www.imamreza.net/eng/imamreza.php?id=9873 (bismillah) Abu al-Dardaa' is quoted as having said that Prophet Sulayman (Solomon) son of Dawud (David), peace be with them both, had a son whom he used to love very much and who died, so he grieved immensely for him. Allah Almighty sent him two angels in human form. He asked them, "Who are you?" "Two opponents." He said, "Sit as opponents sit." One of them said, "I planted something, then this person came and ruined it." Sulayman (ع) asked the other man, "What is this man talking about?" He said, "May Allah reform you; he planted it in the road; I passed by it and looked right and left and saw nothing but plants. I took the side of the road and this was the reason it was ruined." Sulayman (ع) asked the other man, "What made you plant something in people's way? Did you not know that the way is a passage for people and people have to pass?" One of those two angels said to him, "Did you, O Sulayman, not know that death is people's passage and they have to go on their way?" It was as though the veil was removed for Sulayman (ع); therefore, he no longer grieved for his son. This has been narrated by Ibn Abu al-Dunya.
  8. (bismillah) (salam) There is an authentic tradition related by Thiqatul Islam Kulaini in Kafi Narrated to us my father and Muhammad bin Hasan – May Allah be pleased with them – they said: Narrated to us Saad bin Abdullah; and Abdullah bin Ja’far Himyari and Muhammad bin Yahya al-Attar and Ahmad bin Idrees all of them said: Narrated to us Ahmad bin Abi Abdullah Barqi: Narrated to us Abu Hashim Dawood bin Qasim Ja’fari from Abi Ja’far the second, Muhammad bin Ali (a.s.) that he said: Amirul Momineen (as) entered Masjidul Haraam accompanied by Imam Hasan (as) and leaning on the hand of Salman; and he sat down (in the Masjid). A man of elegant appearance and nice dress entered and saluted Amirul Momineen (as). His Eminence returned his salutations. He said, “O Amirul Momineen (as) I wish to ask you about three things. If you give me correct replies I would know that those who claimed caliphate before you were false and that their world and the hereafter are not safe. If you do not reply correctly I will know that your path is the same as those who preceded you. Amirul Momineen (a.s.) said: “Ask me whatever you like”. He asked, “When a person dies, where does his soul go?” “How does man remembers one thing and forgets the other?” “Whom does a child resemble more, the paternal uncles or the maternal.” His Eminence told Imam Hasan (a.s.) to reply the queries. Imam Hasan (a.s.) replied the questions as follows: As for your question that where does the soul of man goes when he is asleep, the reply is that his soul is related to the breeze/wind. And breeze is related to the air till the time the one who is asleep begins to wake up. And when the Almighty Allah permits, his soul is returned to his body. In this way the soul is pulled out from the breeze. And the breeze is pulled out from the air. And the soul comes and stays in the body of its owner. If the Almighty does not allow that the soul may be restored to its owner, the air pulls the breeze and the breeze pulls the soul. And then the owner of the soul will not be restored his soul till the time of resurrection. As for your next question that how does a man remember and how does he forget, the heart of man is in a casket which is covered with a tray. If he recited complete Salawat on Muhammad and Aale Muhammad the tray moves away from the casket and he recalls whatever he has forgotten. But if he does not recite the Salawat on Muhammad and Aale Muhammad or recites an incomplete Salawat the tray covers the casket and his heart remains in darkness, thus he forgets whatever he has been told. As for your question that how does a man resemble his paternal or maternal uncle, the reply is that when a man goes to his wife with tranquility, rested nerves and comforted body, and his seed stays restfully in her womb, the child resembles its parents. But if the man approaches his wife in a disturbed state the seed will rest on one of the nerves of the wife. If those are related to paternal side the child will resemble the paternal uncle and if the nerves are concerned with the maternal side the child will resemble the maternal uncle. The man said, “I bear witness that there is no god except Allah and I have always borne witness thus. And I bear witness that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah and I have always testified to it. And I bear witness that you are the legatee of the Messenger (s.a.w.s.), and one who establishes his proof and evidence (pointing towards Amirul Momineen (a.s.) he said, “I have always testified this.” Then indicating towards Imam Hasan (a.s.) he said, “I bear witness that you are the legatee of Amirul Momineen (a.s.) and one who shall establish his proof and evidence. That is you and the one who proves the prophethood of the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.s.). And I bear witness that Husain bin Ali (a.s.) is the legatee of his brother and he is the one to establish the proof after him. And I bear witness that Ali bin al-Husain (a.s.) after the Imamate of Husain (a.s.) is the proof of Allah. Then Muhammad bin Ali, after him Ja’far bin Muhammad, then Musa bin Ja’far, then Ali bin Musa, then Muhammad bin Ali, then Ali bin Muhammad, then Hasan Ibne Ali. After that I bear witness that that person is the Divine Proof who is the son of Hasan bin Ali whose name and patronymic (Kunniyat) will not be revealed till the time he fills the earth with justice and equity like it would have been fraught with injustice and oppression. And peace be on you, O Amirul Momineen (a.s.)!” After that he arose and departed from there. His Eminence told Imam Hasan (a.s.), “O Aba Muhammad, go after him and see where he goes.” Imam Hasan (a.s.) went out and returned after a moment and said, “He placed one foot outside the Masjid and after that I don’t know where he disappeared.” Amirul Momineen (a.s.) said, “O Aba Muhammad, do you know who it was?” Imam Hasan (a.s.) replied “Allah, His Mess enger and Amirul Momineen (a.s.) know better.” Ali (a.s.) said, “He was Khizr.”
  9. (bismillah) (salam) New questions asked from hazrat Ali (as) (The compiler of the book narrated) that his father - may God be pleased with him - narrated that Sa’ed ibn Abdullah quoted Muhammad ibn al-Hussein ibn Abil Khat’tab, on the authority of Al-Hikam ibn Meskin al-Saqafy, on the authority of Salih ibn Aqabah, on the authority of Ja’far ibn Muhammad as-Sadiq (MGB), When Abu Bakr died and Umar took over the Caliphate, Umar went to the mosque and sat down. A man entered the mosque and said, ‘O commander of the faithful (referring to Umar)! I am one of the Jews. I am their great scholar. I wish to ask you about some problems. I will embrace Islam if you can convince me.’ Umar said, ‘What are they?’ He said, ‘Three, three and one. I will ask you if you please or guide me to ask anyone else who is more knowledgeable if you wish.’ Umar said, ‘Go and ask that young fellow who is Ali ibn Abi Talib (MGB).’ The Jew went to Ali (MGB) and asked him questions. Ali (MGB) said, ‘Why did you say three, three and one but did not say seven?’ The Jew said, ‘That would have been due to my ignorance! If you could not answer the first three questions, there would be no need to ask the rest.’ Ali (MGB) said, ‘Will you accept Islam if I give you the correct answers?’ The Jew said, ‘Yes, I will.’ Then Ali (MGB) said, ‘Go ahead and ask.’ The Jew asked, ‘Which were the first rock placed on the Earth, the first spring which gushed out of the Earth and the first tree which grew on the Earth?’ Ali (MGB) replied, ‘O Jew! You say that the first rock placed on the Earth was the one in Bayt ul- Muqadas (Holy Shrine in Jerusalem), but you lie. It was the rock which Adam brought down to the Earth from Heaven. You say that the first spring which gushed out of the Earth was one in Bayt ul-Muqadas (Holy Shrine in Jerusalem) but you lie. That spring was the spring of youth in which Yushu ibn Noon washed the fish and the same one from which Khizr drank. Whoever drinks from it will become eternal.’ The Jew said, ‘You are right. This has been recorded in Aaron’s handwriting on the authority of Moses.’ Then Ali (MGB) continued, ‘You say that the first tree which grew on the Earth was an olive tree but you lie. It was the Al-Ajwat date which Adam brought down to the Earth from Heaven.’ The Jew said, ‘You are right. This has been recorded in Aaron’s handwriting on the authority of Moses.’ Then the Jew asked, ‘Where in Paradise does your Prophet sit?’ Ali (MGB) said, ‘In the noblest and highest place in the Adan Gardens.’ The Jew said, ‘You are right. This has been recorded in Aaron’s handwriting on the authority of Moses.’ Then the Jew asked, ‘Who will accompany him in his place of residence?’ Ali (MGB) replied, ‘The twelve Divine Leaders.’ The Jew said, ‘You are right. This has been recorded in Aaron’s handwriting on the authority of Moses.’ Then the Jew asked the seventh question and accepted Islam. He asked, ‘For how many years will his Trustee live after him?’ Ali (MGB) said, ‘Thirty years.’ He asked, ‘Will he die or will he get killed?’ Ali (MGB) replied, ‘He will be killed with such a blow on the head that his beard will become red with his blood.’ The Jew said, ‘You are right. This has been recorded in Aaron’s handwriting on the authority of Moses.’” I have recorded this book from its various chains of narrators in Awael. http://www.maaref-fo...l-khisal/16.htm
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