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Letter 68

To Salman Farsi before Ameerul Momineen’s caliphate

 The example of the world is like that of a snake which is soft in touch but whose poison is fatal. Therefore, keep yourself aloof from whatever appears good to you because of its short stay with you. Do not worry for it because of your conviction that it will leave you and that its circumstances are vicissitudes. When you feel most attracted towards it, shun it most, because whenever someone is assured of happiness in it, it throws him into danger; or when he feels secure in it, the world alters his security into fear.

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Letter 34

To Muhammad bin Abi Bakr on coming to know that he had taken over the Position of (Malik) al-Ashtar as Governor of Egypt after the latter had died on his ...

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Letter 2

After the conquest of Basra Imam wrote the following letter to the citizens of Kufa. Allah may reward you, townsmen (of Basra), on behalf of the member of the Prophet&...

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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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