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Sermon 140

He who shows generosity to those who have no claim or who are not fit for it would not earn anything except the praise of the ignoble and appreciation of bad persons, although as long as he continues giving, the ignorant will say how generous his hand is, even though in the affairs of Allah he is a miser.

Therefore, to whosoever Allah gives wealth he should use it in extending good behaviour to his kinsmen, in entertaining, in releasing prisoners and the afflicted; in giving to the poor and to debtors, and he should endure (the troubles arising out of) the fulfilment of rights (of others) and hardships in expectation of reward. Certainly, the achievement of these qualities is the height of greatness in this world and achievement of the distinctions of the next world; if Allah so wills.

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Sermon 229

Abdullah bin Zamaah who was one of the followers of Ameerul Momineen came to him during his Caliphate to ask for some money when Ameerul Momineen said: This money is ...

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Sermon 157

I lived as a good neighbour to you and tried my best to look after you, and I freed you from the snare of humbleness and the fetters of oppression ...

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Sermon 204

During the battle of Siffin Imam heard some of his men abusing the Syrians, then he said: I dislike you starting to abuse them, but if you describe their deeds ...

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