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Sermon 234

Perform (good) acts while you are still in the vastness of life, the books are open (for recording of actions), repentance is allowed, the runner away (from Allah) is being called and the sinner is being given hope (of forgiveness) before the (light of) action is put off, time expires, life ends, the door for repentance is closed and angels ascend to the sky. Therefore a man should derive benefit from himself for himself, from the living for the dead, from the mortal, for the lasting and from the departed for the one who has stayed. A man should fear Allah while he is given age to live upto his death, and is allowed time to act. A man should control his self by the rein and hold it with its bridle, thus by the rein he should prevent it from disobedience towards Allah, and by the bridle he should lead it towards obedience to Allah.

 

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Sermon 230

Know that the tongue is part of man's body. If man desists, speech will not cooperate with him and when he dilates, speech will not give him time to ...

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Sermon 236

Ameerul Momineen describes herein members of the Prophet's family They are life for knowledge and death for ignorance. Their forbearance tells you of their knowledge, and their silence of ...

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Sermon 79

O' people! Abstinence is to shorten desires, to thank for bounties and to keep off prohibitions. If this is possible then (at least) the prohibitions should not overpower your patience. ...

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