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Letter 72

To Abdullah bin Abbas

Now, you cannot go farther than the limit of your life, nor can you be given a livelihood which is not for you. Remember this life consists of two days- a day for you and a day against you, and that the world is a house of (changing) authorities. Whateverin it is for you will come to you despite your weakness; and whatever in it turns against you cannot be brought back despite your strength.

Letters

Letter 48

To Muawiya Surely, revolt and falsehood abase a man in his religious as well as worldly matters and manifest his shortcomings before his critic. You know that you cannot catch ...

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Letter 74

Written by Imam as a protocol between tribes of Rabi`ah and people of Yemen. Taken from the writing of Hisham ibn (Muhammad) al-Kalbi. This indenture contains what people of ...

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Letter 63

To Ahu Musa al-Ash`ari, Governor of Kufa when Imam learnt  he was dissuadingpeople of Kufa from joining battle of Jamal when Imam had called them to fight along ...

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