Islamic Thought

Letters

Letter 21

Also to Ziad

Give up lavishness and be moderate. Every day remember the coming day. Hold back from the funds what you need and send forward the balance for the day of your need. Do you expect that Allah may give you the reward of the humble while you yourself remain vain in His view? And do you covet that He may give you the reward of those practising charity while you enjoy comforts and deny them to the weak and the widows? Certainly, a man is awarded according as he acts and meets what he has sent forward.

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Letter 66

To `Abdullah bin Abbas And then, sometimes a person feels joyful about a thing which he was not to miss in any case and feels grieved for a thing which ...

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Letter 69

To Harith al-Hamdani Adhere to the rope of Quran and seek instructions from it. Regard its lawful as lawful and unlawful as unlawful. Testify the right that has been in ...

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Letters

Letter 67

To Qutham bin Abbas, his Governor of Mecca Now, make arrangements for Hajj by the people, remind them of the days (to be devoted to) Allah. Sit for giving them ...

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