Islamic Thought

Letters

Letter 22

To Abdullah bin Abbas. Abdullah bin Abbas used to say, "Apart from the Prophet's sayings I did not derive greater benefit from any saying than this one."

Let it be known to you that sometimes a man gets pleased at securing a thing which he was not going to miss at all and gets displeased at missing a thing which he would not in any case get. Your pleasure should be about what you secure in respect of your next life and your grief should be for what you miss in respect thereof. Do not be much pleased on what you secure from this world, nor get extremely grieved over what you miss out of it. Your worry should be about what is to come after death.

Letters

Letter 50

To the officers of his army From the servant of Allah, Ali, Ameerul Momineen to Officers in charge of garrisons: Now, it is obligatory on an officer that the distinction ...

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Letter 45

To Uthman ibn Hunayf al-Ansari who was Imam’s Governor of Basrah, when he came to know that the people of that place had invited Uthman to a banquet ...

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Letter 28

In reply to Muawiya, and it is one of his most eloquent writings Your letter reached me where you recall that Allah chose Muhammad (pbuh) for His religion and helped ...

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