Tenth Infallible Sayings:
  • The best and most respected virtue of a man is to do good and to fulfill the desires of the needy.
  • The honest man has not betrayed you, but you consider the betrayer as the honest one.
  • You had better avoid the munificence that results in the greater loss to you than the benefits received by your brethren.
  • He who is sure about the divine rewards will be more generous.
  • He who adopts someone as a brother in order to provide Allah's consent will be given a chamber in paradise.
  • Giving alms is the most valuable savings.
  • To be patient in the face of hard-ships is a virtue but to refrain from forbidden deeds is a greater one.
  • Patience and resignation are considered as the worthiest devotions.
  • True devotion not only means excessive sayings of prayers and keeping fasts. One ought to meditate on the divinity profoundly.
  • Be modest before your friends and be prudent while encountering an enemy. Be pleasant with everyone.
  • I wonder at one who purchases the slaves and releases them. Why doesn't he try to make the free people indebted by his good conduct?
  • It is much better to be uninterested in other's properties than to be munificent.
  • To help the disabled is much better than to give alms.
  • Beast wealth is that which provides a good name for its owner.
  • There is no better milk for the baby's nourishment than its mother's.
  • He who exposes himself to an open accusation should not blame those who may suspect him.
  • The oppressors will finally be punished.
  • He who wishes to be the most needless, should put his full trust in Allah.
  • He who shows patience in providing Allah's consent will no doubt get more than what he has lost.
  • He who desires to postpone the time of his decease and wishes to have his sustenance increased should observe ties of kinship.
  • Allah will make happy on the Day of Judgment the person who has removed the grief from the heart of a believer.
  • Be good companions of blessings because they are fleeting: once gone away, will not return.
  • To use scent is a manner of the holy Prophet (SAW). Cleanliness is characteristic of prophets.
  • One who breaks his promise will not be left safe and sound in the unpleasant events.
  • Do not get angry when you are informed of the truth.
  • True faith means the accomplishment of the religious obligations along with the avoidance of the forbidden acts.
  • He who causes Allah's wrath in order to provide a king's consent is an apostate.
  • Nothing is more worthy than good temper.
  • You who can not satisfy people with your riches had better try to make them happy with a king-like face and good manners.
  • Silence is one of the gates to wisdom.
  • Man's intellect is his friend and his ignorance, his enemy.
  • Almightiness is reserved for Allah the One. He who claims the possession of this status will be perished by Allah.
  • If a person holds a malthought towards another believer, then Allah will not accept his religious deeds.
  • Keep aloof from avarice and envy. These two qualities have already destroyed the peoples gone by.
  • He who does not offer his thanks to his benefactor has not actually praised Allah the Greatest and the Glorious.
  • A generous man will eat other's food so that they might partake of his food. A miser refuses to eat the food of others in order to deprive them of his own food.
  • He who blames time should spend a long time blaming.
  • The generous are the masters of the people in this world, while the pious are their chiefs on doomsday.
  • Your mouth is one of the channels through which you make contact with Allah. You had better keep it clean by brushing your teeth.
  • Pure piety is not but avoidance of mortal sins and abstinence from persecuting the faithful.
  • He who assesses himself carefully will finally benefit: the negligent will lose out.
  • He who acts with no insight looks like a pedestrian who travels on a wrong path. The faster he walks, the more deviated he becomes from the straight path.
  • The forgiving warriors will enjoy divine victory in the battlefield.
  • He who wishes to be the dearest to the people must be virtuous both in public and in secret.
  • Human intellect is a divine blessing but politeness is acquired through endeavoring.
  • Prudence keeps repentance away.
  • Reflection is the mirror into which you can look and see your virtues and your evils.
  • Magnanimity is unstable. Trust in Allah will give it stability.
  • Gifts cast out hatred from the heart.
  • Humbleness means treating others the same way as you expect them to treat you.
  • He who tries to keep himself immaculate for forty days, Allah will let the waves of wisdom flow from his heart to his tongue.
  • Giving alms repels the certain catastrophe.
  • He who wishes to be the strongest of all should rely on Allah.
  • The believer who is endowed with a good temper will have the strongest faith.
  • Perfection in intellect is primarily to have faith in Allah and secondly to behave well towards others.
  • Penalty for ingratitude occurs instantly.
  • Remission is good when not accompanied by blame.
  • Treasures of beneficence include concealment of your good deeds, tolerance in hardships and reticence in disasters.
  • A faithful Muslim never exceeds his legitimate right when he is in power.
  • The believer's fury will not deviate him from the right path.
  • He who begins his day without being concerned about improving the Muslim's affairs should not be called a Muslim.
  • The true Muslim never teases others with his hand or tongue.
  • He who recognizes his merit will not easily perish.
  • He who chooses his path properly will not slip down. He will never confront a deadlock in case he falls.
  • A generous man is close to Allah, close to paradise, and close to everyone.
  • Keeping other's secrets, patience in hardships and tolerance towards others are all signs of faith.
  • Tolerance, knowledge and silence are the signs found in a jurisprudent.
  • To bear enmity towards the people is the worst provision for the journey to the hereafter.
  • He, who betrays his brethren, causes them losses and deceives them, is not one of us.
  • One who torments his neighbor is not one of us.
  • Never become angry with others and do not ask anything from them. Wish for the people whatever you wish for yourself.
  • Wine and other intoxicating beverages are strictly prohibited by the religious legislation. One sip of such drinks is as illegitimate as a whole barrel is.
  • To be friendly with others denotes one half of wisdom.
  • A wealthy person ought to be generous to his family.
  • A Muslim should not frighten his brethren.
  • He who reveals his poverty before others will disgrace himself.
  • To be in the company of villains will result in suspecting the good.
  • Resignation, beneficence and certitude are the most precious blessings descended by Heaven.
  • Worship does not lie in copious prayer and fasting, but in the amount of contemplation in the works of Allah.

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