Islamic Thought

Nahjul Balagha

Sermon 80

 In what way shall I describe this world whose beginning is grief and whose end is destruction? The lawful actions performed here have to be accounted for, while for the forbidden ones there is punishment. Whoever is rich here faces mischief and whoever is poor gets grief. One who hankers after it does not get it. If one keeps away from it then it advances towards him. If one sees through it, it would bestow him sight, but if one has his eye on it then it would blind him.

Nahjul Balagha

Sermon 19

Imam was delivering a lecture on the pulpit when Ash`ath ibn Qays  objected and said, "O' Ameerul Mumineen this thing is not in your favour but against ...

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Nahjul Balagha

Sermon 2

Delivered on return from Siffeen I praise Allah seeking completion of His Blessing, submitting to His Glory and expecting safety from committing His sins. I invoke His help being in ...

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Nahjul Balagha

Sermon 108

The best means by which seekers of nearness to Allah seek nearness, is the belief in Him and His Prophet, fighting in His cause, for it is the high pinnacle ...

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