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It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

A Muslim always has three characteristics: knowledge about the deen,

good management of life, and perseverance in the face of calamities.

Mishkat ul-Anwar fi Ghurar il-Akhbar

The Lamp Niche for the Best Traditions

Page 684 Hadith number 1622

Hassan ibn Fazl ibn Hassan Tabarsi

Translated by Lisa Zaynab Morgan and Dr Ali. Peiravi

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(salam)

Sayings of Amir Al-Mua'mineen:

"No vessel is limitless except for the vessel of knowledge, which forever expands. If God has to humiliate a human being, he will deny him knowledge.

No wealth equals to the mind, and no poverty equals to ignorance. No wealth can profit you more than the mind." - Imam Ali (as)

The likeness of this world is that of a snake:

it is soft to touch,and deadly poisonous.The ignorant one is distracted by it,and the one with understanding and intellect is cautious of it. So turn away from what one with understanding and intellect is cautious of . - Imam Ali (as)

Imam Ali (a.s.) Said: The intellect is better than desire, for the intellect makes you a king over your destiny, and desire makes you a slave of your destiny.-Imam Ali (as)

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(salam)

Insha Allah everyone is in the best of health, mind, and Iman. This is a really nice idea Masha Allah. They're very nice ahadith.

I get these daily ahadith as well. I used to have them all saved, but they got deleted unfortunately. But Insha Allah I will contribute as well.

i miss sister Noora

Yeah mee too. She always put those nice ahadith in each of her posts. May Allah (swt) Bless her Insha Allah.

Anyhows, here's one for today:

Imam Amir-ul- Mu'mineen Ali (a.s.) said:

"Accept the apology of your Muslim brother and if he has not any, invent one for him yourself."

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Salam alaikum wr wb To everyone. Just wanna say this is by far the best thread, ive learnt a lot from it Alhamdulillah and thank you to everyone whose posted those amazing quotes from The Holy Prophet (saw) and his Ahlel bayt (as)

The following arent hadeeth but just as good :D

'You surely have in the Messenger of Allah a good example' Holy Quran 33:21

' Allah never places a burden on a soul more than what it can bear' Holy Quran 65:7

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(bismillah)

(salam)

hmmmmmmm, y 1 hadith? Why not 50,000 of them?? lol

http://www.14sayings.8m.com/

Delay of repentance is deception, excessive procrastination is perplexity, arrogance against Allah is perdition, and insistence on sins is security against Allah's unexpected retribution. No one can consider himself secure from the retribution of Allah except those who are lost. (Holy Qur'an 7:99).

- Imam Taqi a.s

When you click on the names, you may be given this address http://_blank/says11.htm

but the dude stuffed up. I got the above quote from http://www.14sayings.8m.com/says11.htm

So who's every Imam's name you click on, just replace the "_blank" in the address, with www.14sayings.8m.com :)

ws

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It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

He who devotes his heart to this world will be subjected to three

conditions: endless grief, unquenchable desire and futile hope.

A Bundle of Flowers from the Garden of Traditions of the Prophet and

Ahlul Bayt (as)

Page 207

Ayatollah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani

Sayyid Abbas Sadr-ameli

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(salam)

sister abaleada, instead of copying and pasting all that into the threads (takes up bandwidth and space), could you please just provide the link to where you get this information from?

I know it's from the book fatimah the gracious.

So if you can, please just provide links instead of mass copying and pasting.

jazakallah, wassalamz

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Biharul Anwar, Volume 43, Page 65, Hadith 58

Mohammad bin al-Qasim bin ObaidAllah, narrated on the authority of Abu Abdillah (asSadiq) who said:

"We have indeed revealed this (Message) in the Night of Power (lailat al-Qadr)", The Night is Fatima and the Power is Allah, for whoever knows Fatima as she ought be known has indeed attained the Night of Power and she was named Fatima because mankind was weaned from knowing her.

meaning that they will never know her (as) as she ought be known, hence they were weaned ...

( I had the arabic of the hadith, but it seems teh probs with teh arabic font havent been fixed.. so ..yeah i didnt include it... but if youd like the arabic i cant email it to you inshallah).

Edited by rafidite

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(bismillah)

(salam)

It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

A believer is similar to a scale. The stronger his faith, the more

his sufferings will be.

Mishkat ul-Anwar fi Ghurar il-Akhbar

The Lamp Niche for the Best Traditions

Page 728 Hadith number 1741

Hassan ibn Fazl ibn Hassan Tabarsi

Translated by Lisa Zaynab Morgan and Dr Ali. Peiravi

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Al-Imam al-Hadi, peace be on him, said to al-Mutawakkil, the Abbasid caliph:

"Do not expect honesty and purity of intention from someone who has suffered from your malice; do not expect loyalty from one to whom you have been disloyal; do not expect goodwill from someone whom you regard with ill-will:

his heart towards you is the same as your heart towards him

A book 'A Brief History of the Fourteen Infallibles'....

Was salam :angel:

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(salam)

It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

Treat your ailments with charity and repel varieties of affliction

by invocation.

A Bundle of Flowers from the Garden of Traditions of the Prophet and

Ahlul Bayt (as)

Page 46

Ayatollah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani

Sayyid Abbas Sadr-ameli

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It is narrated that the Prophet (saw) has said:

He who wishes that his sustenance be increased for him and his death

day be delayed, then he should pay attention to his kinsfolk.

A Bundle of Flowers from the Garden of Traditions of the Prophet and

Ahlul Bayt (as)

Page 134

Ayatollah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani

Sayyid Abbas Sadr-ameli

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(salam)

A beautiful thread Masha'Allah.

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"Whoever devotes himself sincerely for a period of forty days for God-Almighty, streams of wisdom flowing from his heart will appear upon his tongue."(The prophet pbuh)

-Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 70. p-242

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"There are three categories of the worshippers: 'Those who worship Allah out of fear; their worship is that of the slaves. Those who worship Allah for the sake of a reward; their worship is that of the wage-earners. Those who worship Allah out of thanks for His favours; their worship is that of the freeman." (Imam Ali (as) )

-Bihar al-Anwar, vol 70, p-l96

Source: Self Building by Ayatullah Ibrahim Amini

Ma'asalama

Edited by Bintul Huda

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It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

By Allah He who withholds his wealth from helping a needy believer

will never taste the food of heaven nor drink from the drink sealed

there.

A Bundle of Flowers from the Garden of Traditions of the Prophet and

Ahlul Bayt (as)

Page 130

Ayatollah Sayyid Kamal Faghih Imani

Sayyid Abbas Sadr-ameli

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(salam)

I got a question, how many traditions are there exactly? Is it 70,000 or more?

Masya Allah, I learn new tradition every day here at this wonderful thread.

May Allah (s.w.t) reward all of you.

Wassalam :angel:

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Imam Ja'afar Al sadiq (as) Imam of the 4 "imams" said :

' I feel sorry for the man who does not do mutah once in his lifetime'

Salaam alaikum,

Thought maybe we should have a little explanation on this hadith.

waSalaam, Hajar

QUESTION:

What is your idea about ESTEHBAABE-MOT'E?

Have we got any HADITH 'bout that?

ANSWER:

Bismihi-l-Haqq

There is unanimity amongst the Muslims that temporary marriage (mut'ah)

was sanctioned and approved by the Qur'an and the sunnah of the

Prophet (S). The dispute on this issue between the Shia and the Sunnis

centres on whether or not this legislation was abrogated by a

subsequent Qur'anic verse and hadith-reports of the Prophet (S). Our

position (i.e. Shia), which can be documented with solid evidence, is

that no such abrogation took place in the lifetime of the Prophet.

Recently, an M.A. thesis on Mut'ah by Br. Riad Ahmad was submitted to

the Department of Islamic Studies at McGill University. It has gone

for binding and cataloguing, and should be available in a few months.

The legislation on temporary marriage (mut'ah) is commonly invoked to

stigmatize the Shiah and is equated to a form of legalized prostitution.

Such a misconception is due to the inability to position this

institution within the larger social context. Islamic social

legislation is comprehensive and thus must address all possible

scenarios. Preservation of this practice was so important that the

Imams (a.s.) used to encourage their followers to contract mut'ah. The

hadiths that recommend mut'ah have to be understood in this context,

i.e. it was meant to revive (yuhyi) and maintain this institution. See

for example the hadith from Wasa'il-us-Shi'ah (Tehran, 1397 A.H. vol.14,

p. 444) under the chapter on Nikah and section on Desirability

(Istihbaab) of Contracting Mut'ah: On the authority of the 6th Imam (a)

who is reported to have said that every man who contracts mut'ah and

then performs the ghusl, God creates from every drop (of water) that

drips from him seventy angels who seek his forgiveness till the Day of

Judgment . . . Another hadith says that He forgives sins when one

perfoms the ghusl equal to the number of hair. Other traditions that

recommend mut'ah: I love a man who does not leave this world until he

contracts mut'ah even if it is only once, and prays jum'ah in a

congregation; once the sixth Imam (a.s.) asked his companion Muhammad

b. Muslim if he had ever performed mut'ah to which he replied no. The

Imam said that do not leave this world until you have revived (tuhyi)

the sunnah. You will notice that wherever the Imams strongly

recommend mut'ah, it is in the context of reviving the sunnah of the

Prophet (S). This becomes even clearer when we examine the hadith

reports that discourage (karaahat) mut'ah for those who already

have access to their permanent wives. This is the view of Professor

Murtada Mutahhari and Ayatullah Fadlullah. The latter believes that

mut'ah can be prohibited if it is warranted for the preservation of

public interest.

I should clarify, however, that all present-day jurists allow men to

enter into a mutah contract irrespective of whether they are permanently

married or not. Ayatullah Fadlullah puts a limit of 4 wives, inclusive

of permanent and temporay wives, whereas others put no restriction on

the number of temporary wives. It is prohibited to marry a virgin

in both temporary and permanent marriage without the

consent of her guardian (wali). It is also reprehensible (makruh)

to engage in mut'ah contract with a virgin.

wa bi-l-laahi-t-tawfiq,

Hamid Mavani

Sources: Sachiko Murata, Temporay Marriage (Mut'a) in Islamic Law

The Rights of Women in Islam

Mohammad Sharif, Innocently Accused: Fixed Term Marriage

Al-Amili, Wasa'il-us-Shi'ah

Al-Urwat-ul-Wuthqa with commentaries by marjas

Ayat. Fadlullah, Ta'ammulat-ul-Islamiyyah hawl-al-Mar'ah

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Imam Baqir (a.s.) said: "On the Reckoning Day, the First thing that a servant will be reckoned for is the PRAYER; therefore, if it is accepted, the rest (good actions) will be accepted, too, (otherwise, his other good deeds will not avail him)." :o

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Imam Jafar Sadiq (as) has said: "When Allah wants goodness for a person He

gives him (Fiqh) good understanding of religion."

-Usul-al-Kafi

The Book of Virtue and Knowledge

Chapter 2 Hadith 46

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(salam)

It is narrated that Imam Ali (as) has said:

People's similarities to their rulers is more than their

similarities to their fathers.

Tuhaf al-Uqoul

The Masterpieces of the Intellects

Page 239 hadith number 57

Abu Muhammed al-Hasan bin Ali bin al-Hussein bin Shu'ba al-Harrani

Translated by Badr Shahin

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(salam)

It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

Everything has a tax and the tax of knowledge is to teach it [to]

people

Tuhaf al-Uqoul

The Masterpieces of the Intellects

Page 431 hadith number 77

Abu Muhammed al-Hasan bin Ali bin al-Hussein bin Shu'ba al-Harrani

Translated by Badr Shahin

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JUST POSTING TRADITIONS WITHOUT RATINGS.

BY THE WAY, EVEN WITH THE HIGHEST RATING A TRADITION CAN STILL BE INACCURATE. Allah DID NOT PROMISE TO PROTECT HADITHS EXCEPT THE QURAN!

All the hadeeth posted here have been taken from reliable books I believe. And no one is is claiming that hadeeth are completely authentic in any case.

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(salam)

It is narrated that Imam al-Rida (as) has said:

Worship does not lie in copious prayer and fasting, but in the

amount of contemplation in the works of Allah

Jami al-Saadat

The Collector of Felicities

Page 55

Muhammad Mahdi ibn Abi Dharr al-Naraqi

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(salam)

It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

As for those who practice without guidance, they are like him who

walks without choosing a definite path. The more he walks, the

remoter he becomes.

Tuhaf al-Uqoul

The Masterpieces of the Intellects

Page 427 hadith number 51

Abu Muhammed al-Hasan bin Ali bin al-Hussein bin Shu'ba al-Harrani

Translated by Badr Shahin

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It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

Everything has a tax and the tax of knowledge is to teach it [to]

people.

Tuhaf al-Uqoul

The Masterpieces of the Intellects

Page 431 hadith number 77

Abu Muhammed al-Hasan bin Ali bin al-Hussein bin Shu'ba al-Harrani

Translated by Badr Shahin

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It is narrated that Imam Sadiq (as) has said:

A bad-tempered person tortures himself.

Mishkat ul-Anwar fi Ghurar il Akhbar

The Lamp Niche for the Best Traditions

Page 560 hadith number 1315

Hassan ibn Fazl ibn Hassan Tararsi

Translated by Lisa Zaynab Morgan and Dr Ali Peiravi

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(salam)

It is narrated that Imam Hussain (as) has said:

It is from the signs of ignorance to enter into dispute with those

not having thought and mediation

Fascinating Discourses of Fourteen Infallibles (as)

Page 111 hadith number 29

Islamic Propagation Organisation

Javed Iqbal Qazilbash

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YA ALI MADAD,

Bismillahe Rehmanir Rehim,

Shahe Valayath Amire Kayenath janabe Ali Ibne Abi talib as said AL JAHEDO LE VILAYTENA KAFERUN, AL JAHEDO LE FAZLENA KAFERUN WAL GHASEBO LE HAQQENA KAFERUN. (Whoever deny our vilayath he/she is KAFIR and whoever refuse our fazael he/she is also KAFIR and whoever snatch our rights he/she is too KAFIR)

Was Salam

BAR MUNKIRAANE VALAYATE ALI LANATH.

Edited by kaneezesaaniyezehra

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(bismillah)

(salam)

It is narrated that the Prophet (saw) has said:

One who has even a particle of pride in his heart, shall not enter

paradise.

Jami al-Saadat

The collector of felicities

Page 83

Muhammad Mahdi ibn Abi Dharr al-Naraqi

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It is narrated that the Prophet (saw) has said:

One who has even a particle of pride in his heart, shall not enter

paradise.

That's impossible if it means in this life. Probably means pride will not exist for some of us after we are punished for our sins before entering paradise.

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