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Is cursing in your heart/thought permissible?

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Hello I know that cursing is not permissible but what is the ruling when it comes cursing in your thoughts? 

If there is rulings what sources do the come from? Hadith,Quran, what marja?

I have this problem where I repeat the words I hear in my mind and in most shows/movies nowadays or videos on social media platforms almost everyone swears. So I'm confused if it's haram to swear in your mind

 

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Salam , i don't find something that says its haram or not but always recommended to do istighfar at this times to distract our taught from cursing in our mind or public.

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23 hours ago, Guest LRAM said:

Hello I know that cursing is not permissible but what is the ruling when it comes cursing in your thoughts? 

 If there is rulings what sources do the come from? Hadith,Quran, what marja?

 I have this problem where I repeat the words I hear in my mind and in most shows/movies nowadays or videos on social media platforms almost everyone swears. So I'm confused if it's haram to swear in your mind

  

thanks

My understanding is that good thoughts are recorded as good deeds, but bad thoughts are not recorded as bad deeds (i.e. you don't get sin).

However having bad thoughts can lead to the manifestation of bad deeds through actions, therefore it's recommended you try your best to keep your thoughts pure, this of course comes with time, effort, patience, and wisdom.

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On 10/1/2018 at 4:13 AM, Guest LRAM said:

Hello I know that cursing is not permissible but what is the ruling when it comes cursing in your thoughts? 

If there is rulings what sources do the come from? Hadith,Quran, what marja?

I have this problem where I repeat the words I hear in my mind and in most shows/movies nowadays or videos on social media platforms almost everyone swears. So I'm confused if it's haram to swear in your mind

 

thanks

There is difference between curse and abuse. 

Abusing is prohibited but curse is also called "Lanat" is used only for those about whom you are sure that Hell is their fate. Lanat means "May Allah (AWJ) do not bless him".

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On 10/1/2018 at 4:13 AM, Guest LRAM said:

Hello I know that cursing is not permissible but what is the ruling when it comes cursing in your thoughts? 

If there is rulings what sources do the come from? Hadith,Quran, what marja?

I have this problem where I repeat the words I hear in my mind and in most shows/movies nowadays or videos on social media platforms almost everyone swears. So I'm confused if it's haram to swear in your mind

 

thanks

No it is not permissible as Imam Ali(a.s) says

"Look out for your thoughts, for they will become your words.
Look out for your words, for they will become your actions.
Look out for your actions, for they will become your habits.
Look out for your habits, for they will become your character.
Look out for your character, for they will become your fate."
Imam Ali (A.S)

Really, how brilliantly has Imam Ali(A.S) described the process by which one’s fate is shaped through the necessity of looking out for his/her thoughts.

Undoubtedly, some might imagine that one should be allowed to possess any kind of thought(s) she or he may like. Yet the truth, as we can infer from the above-mentioned narrative, is that just good thoughts can lead us to the enlightened path and eternal happiness and evil thoughts lead us to evil words, evil deeds, and evil habits and consequently an evil character which obviously result in a condition in which the individual is doomed to a mischievous destination.


It is of vital significance for us to mind our thoughts first and foremost if we desire happiness and salvation, and also to teach our children and youngsters to do the same, for their hearts are as Imam Ali (A.S) has said: “Like a fertile land which takes and grows any seed sown in it.”


And let’s start purifying our thoughts from this very moment and try to be on guard against harmful, forbidden thoughts which, as Imam Ali (A.S) has clarified, lead to misfortune and misery. May Allah help all of us to achieve that blessed fate which our infallible leaders (A.S) have desired for us.

If thoughts come into your mind without you control then leave it on Imam e Asr(a.s) (The Imam of our time) and seek help through patience and prayers and keep on ignoring them, They will 101% vanish.

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