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Born to Abu Talib and Fatimah bint Asad, Ali Mola was the only child believed to have been born in the sacred sanctuary of the Kabah in Mecca, the holiest place in Islam, according to many classical Islamic sources, especially Shia ones. Ali was the first young male who accepted Islam. After migrating to Medina, he married Muhammad's daughter Fatimah. Imam Ali took part in the early caravan raids from Mecca and later in almost all the battles fought by the nascent Muslim community.

Hazrat Ali's reign saw civil wars and in , he was attacked and assassinated by a Kharijite while praying in the Great Mosque of Kufa, dying two days later. Hazrat Ali is important to both Sunni and Shia denominations, politically and spiritually. The numerous biographical sources about Ali are often biased according to sectarian lines, but they agree that he was a pious Muslim, devoted to the cause of Islam and a just ruler in accordance with the Quran and the Sunnah.

While Sunnis consider Ali the fourth and final of the Rashidun rightly guided caliphs, Shi'ites regard Ali as the first Imam after Muhammad due to their interpretation of the events at Ghadir Khumm.

It was this disagreement that split the Ummah into the Sunni and Shia branches. As we Muslims have forgotten the Islamic teachings. Value of a man depends upon his courage; his veracity depends upon his self-respect and his chastity depends upon his sense of honor.

Success is the result of foresight and resolution, foresight depends upon deep thinking and planning and the most important factor of planning is to keep your secrets to yourself. Be afraid of a gentleman when he is hungry, and of a mean person when his stomach is full. Hearts of people are like wild beasts. They attach themselves to those who love and train them. So long as fortune is favouring you, your defects will remain covered. Only he who has the power to punish can pardon. Generosity is to help a deserving person without his request, and if you help him after his request, then it is either out of self-respect or to avoid rebuke.

There is no greater wealth than wisdom, no greater poverty than ignorance; no greater heritage than culture and no greater support than consultation.

Patience is of two kinds: patience over what pains you, and patience against what you covet. Wealth converts a strange land into homeland and poverty turns a native place into a strange land. Contentment is the capital which will never diminish. Wealth is the fountain head of passions. Whoever warns you against sins and vices is like the one who gives you good tidings. Tongue is a beast, if it is let loose, it devours.

Woman is a scorpion whose grip is sweet. If you are greeted then return the greetings more warmly. If you are favoured, then repay the obligation manifold; but he who takes the initiative will always excel in merit. The source of success of a claimant is the mediator. People in this world are like travelers whose journey is going on though they are asleep. Life's journey is going on though men may not feel it. Lack of friends means, stranger in one's own country.

Not to have a thing is less humiliating than to beg it. Do not feel ashamed if the amount of charity is small because to refuse the needy is an act of greater shame.

To refrain from unlawful and impious source of pleasures is an ornament to the poor and to be thankful for the riches granted is the adornment of wealth. If you cannot get things as much as you desire than be contented with what you have. An ignorant person will always overdo a thing or neglect it totally. The wiser a man is, the less talkative will he be.

Time wears out bodies, renews hopes, brings death nearer and takes away aspirations. Whoever gets anything from the world lives in anxiety for holding it and whoever loses anything passes his days grieving over the loss.

Whoever wants to be a leader should educate himself before educating others. Before preaching to others he should first practice himself. Whoever educates himself and improves his own morals is superior to the man who tries to teach and train others. Every breath you take is a step towards death. Anything which can be counted is finite and will come to an end.

If matters get mixed up then scrutinize the cause and you will know what the effects will be. He would then address the world, saying 'O vicious world!

Be away from me, why do you come in front of me like this? Do you want to allure me? Allah forbid that I should be allured and tempted by you and your pleasures. It is not possible. Go and try your allurements on somebody else. I do not desire to own you and do not want to have you.

I have forsaken you thrice. It is like divorcing a woman thrice after which act she cannot be taken back as a wife. The life of pleasures that you offer is of a very little duration. There is no real importance in what you offer, the desire of holding you is an insult and a humiliation to sober minds. Sad is the plight of those who want to acquire you.

They do not provide for the Hereafter. They have to pass through a long journey over a very difficult road towards a sat destination'. Now tell me, Zirar! How do you feel his separation? With this remark Zirar walked out of the court of Muawiya and left the city. Had it been an obligation of that kind there would have been no question of reward for doing it and punishment for not doing it when you are physically forced to do a thing, like breathing, sleeping, eating, drinking etc.

In such cases nature forces you to do a thing and you cannot but do it , then the promised blessings and punishments in life after death will have no meaning.

The Merciful Lord has given his creatures human beings complete freedom to do as they like, and then prohibited them from certain actions and warned them of the consequences of such actions His Wrath and His Punishments. These orders of Allah carry in them the least trouble and lead us towards the most convenient ways of life and the rewards which He has promised for good deeds are many times more than the actions actually deserve.

He sees people disobeying Him and tolerates them not because He can be overruled or be compelled to accept human supremacy over Him. He did not send His prophets to amuse Himself or provide amusement for them. He did not reveal His orders without any genuine reason nor has He created the galaxies and the earth without any purpose. The Universe without plan, purpose and program is the idea of infidels and the pagans, sorry will be their plight in the leaping fires of Hell.

Acquire wisdom and truth from whomever you can because even an apostate can have them but unless they are passed over to a faithful Muslim and become part of wisdom and truth that he possesses, they have a confused existence in the minds of apostates. Knowledge and wisdom are really the privilege of a faithful Muslim. If you have lost them, get them back even though you may have to get them from the apostates. Value of each man depends upon the art and skill which he has attained.

I want to teach you five of those things which deserve your greatest anxiety to acquire them: Have hope only in Allah. Be afraid of nothing but sins. If you do not know a thing never feel ashamed to admit ignorance.

If you do not know a thing never hesitate or feel ashamed to learn it. Acquire patience and endurance because their relation with true faith is that of a head to a body, a body is of no use without a head, similarly true faith can be of no use without attributes of resignation, endurance and patience.

Those who have come alive out of a blood-bath live longer and have more children. One who imagines himself to be all-knowing will surely suffer on account of his ignorance.

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I appreciate an old man's cautious opinion more than the valor of a young man. I wonder at a man who loses hope of salvation when the door of repentance is open for him. The one which has been taken away from men is the Holy Prophet and the one which is still left with them and which they must hold steadfastly is repentance and atonement for sins because Allah at one place in the Holy Book addressed the Holy Prophet and said Allah would not punish them while you were among them nor while they were asking for forgiveness 1.

Whoever keeps in order his affairs with Allah follows His orders sincerely , Allah will also put his affairs with men in order.

Whoever makes arrangement for his salvation, Allah will arrange his worldly affairs; whoever is a preacher for himself, Allah will also protect him. He is the wisest and the most knowing man who advises people not to lose hope and faith in the Mercy of Allah and not to be too sure and over-confident of immunity from His Wrath and Punishment.

Like your body your mind also gets tired so refresh it by wise sayings. That knowledge which remains only on your tongue is very superficial. The intrinsic value of knowledge is that you act upon it. Take care and do not pray to the Lord, saying, "Lord! I pray to You to protect and guard me from temptations and trials", for there is none who is not tempted and tried. But beseech Him to guard you against such temptation as may lead you towards wickedness and sins because Allah says in His Holy Book, Know that your wealth and children are temptations 2.

Though Allah knows them better than even they know themselves, yet those trials and tests are for the purpose of their realizing and knowing those deeds which merit reward or which deserve punishment. There are some people who love to have male children and hate daughters and there are some who simply crave for wealth and hate poverty. If you do a good deed then thank Allah for it and if you commit a sin then repent and atone for it. In this world there is a real welfare for two kinds of people, one is the person who, when commits a sin, atones for it and the other is anxious to do good as much as possible.

Importance of the deeds that you have done with fear of Allah cannot be minimized and how can the deeds which are acceptable to Allah be considered unimportant. He further said, "That the present times are the times of our Holy Prophet and his faithful followers.

Various Sayings of Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as)

The best friend of our Holy Prophet is he who, though not related to him, obeys the orders of Allah and his greatest enemy is the man who though related to him, disobeys Allah '.

Whenever a tradition of the Holy Prophet is related to you, scrutinize it, do not be satisfied with mere verbatim repetition of the same because there are many people who repeat the words containing knowledge but only few ponder over them and try to fully grasp the meaning they convey.

And when we say that our return is towards Allah indicates that we accept our mortality". He replied, "Allah knows me very well and I also know myself more than you. Please, Lord!

To secure for you fame, credit as well as blessings, the help that you give to men in need, should possess the following attributes: whatever its extent, it should be considered by you as trifling so that it may be granted a high status; it should be given secretly, Allah will manifest it; and it must be given immediately so that it becomes pleasant. Your society will pass through a period when cunning and crafty intriguers will be favoured by status, when profligates will be considered as well-bred, well-behaved and elegant elites of the society, when just and honest persons will be considered as weaklings, when charity will be considered as a loss to wealth and property, when support and help to each other will be considered as favour and benevolence and when prayers and worship to Allah will be taken up for the sake of show to gain popularity and higher status, at such times regimes will be run under the advice of women and the youngsters will be the rulers and counselors of the State.

When somebody drew his attention towards it, he replied, " Such dresses, when worn by men of status make them submissive to Allah and kind-hearted towards others and the faithful Muslims can conveniently follow the example ".

Vicious pleasures of this world and salvation are like two enemies or two roads running in opposite directions or towards opposite poles, one to the North and the other to the South. Whoever likes to gain the pleasures and pomp of this world will hate austerity in life which is necessary to gain salvation. Reverse will be the attitude of a man desirous of achieving Eternal Bliss. One has to adopt either of the two ways of life, and as they both cannot be brought together, a man has to choose one of them.

I am awake". Those are the fortunate people who adopt piety as the principle of their lives and are fully attentive to their welfare for the Hereafter. They accept bare earth as the most comfortable bed and water as the most pleasant drink. They adopt the Holy Qur'an and prayers as their guide and protector and like Prophet Jesus Christ Isa they forsake the world and its vicious pleasure.

Prophet David Dawud once got up at such an hour in the night and said this was the hour when prayers of everyone who prayed were accepted except of those who forcibly collected revenues or who were scandal- mongers or were persons in the police force of a despotic regime or were musicians".

Those who give up religion to better their lot in life seldom succeed. The Wrath of Allah makes them go through more calamities and losses than the gains they gather for themselves.

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There are many educated people who have ruined their future on account of their ignorance of religion. Their knowledge did not prove of any avail to them. More wonderful than man himself is that part of his body which is connected with his trunk with muscles.

It is his brain mind. Look what good and bad tendencies arise from it. On the one hand it holds treasures of knowledge and wisdom and on the other it is found to harbour very ugly desires. If a man sees even a tiny gleam of success, then greed forces him to humiliate himself. If he gives way to avarice, then inordinate desires ruin him, if he is disappointed, then despondency almost kills him. If he is excited, then he loses temper and gets angry. If he is pleased, then he gives up precaution.

Sudden fear makes him dull and nervous, and he is unable to think and find a way out of the situation. During the times of peace and prosperity he becomes careless and unmindful of the future. If he acquires wealth, then he becomes haughty and arrogant. If he is plunged in distress, then his agitation, impatience and nervousness disgrace him. If he is overtaken by poverty, then he finds himself in a very sad plight, hunger makes him weak, and over-feeding harms him equally.

In short every kind of loss and gain makes his mind unbalanced. We, Ahlul Bayt chosen descendants of the Holy Prophet , hold such central and balancing position in religion that those who are deficient in understanding and acting upon its principles, will have to come to us for reformation, and those who are overdoing it have got to learn moderation from us. A Divine rule can be established only by a man, who, where justice and equity are required, neither feels deficient nor weak and who is not greedy and avaricious.

Anyone who loves us Ahlul Bayt must be ready to face a life of austerity. When a community is composed of honest, sober and virtuous people, your forming a bad opinion about anyone of its members, when nothing wicked has been seen of him, is a great injustice to him.

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On the contrary in a corrupt society to form good opinion of anyone of them and to trust him is to harm yourself. There are many persons whom constant grants of His Bounties turn them wicked and fit for His punishment and there are many more who have become vain and self- deceptive because the Merciful Allah has not exposed their weaknesses and vices to the world and the people speak highly about them.

All this is an opportunity. No trial of the Lord is more severe than the time He allows in which either you may repent or get deeper into vices. Two kinds of people will be damned on my account Those who form exaggerated opinion about me and those who under-estimate me because they hate me. To lose or to waste an opportunity will result in grief and sorrow. She world is like a serpent, so soft to touch, but so full of lethal poison.

Unwise people are allured by it and drawn towards it, and wise men avoid it and keep away from its poisonous effects. Bani Abdush Shams are more in numbers, ugly and intriguers but Bani Hashim are beautiful, good speakers and orators and very faithful as friends. What a difference is there between a deed whose pleasure passes away leaving behind it the pangs of pain and punishment and the deed whose oppressive harshness comes to an end leaving behind Divine rewards!

It is a sad sight to see that in one moment we commit them to earth and in the next we take hold of the things left by them as if we are going to remain permanently in this world after them. The fact is that we forget sensible advice given to us and become victim of every calamity. Blessings are for the man who humbles himself before Allah, whose sources of income are honest, whose intentions are always honorable, whose character is noble, whose habits are sober, who gives away in the cause and in the Name of Allah, the wealth which is lying surplus with him, who controls his tongue from vicious and useless talk, who abstains from oppression, who faithfully follows the traditions of the Holy Prophet and who keeps himself away from innovation in religion.

Jealousy in woman is unpardonable but in man it is a sign of his faith in religion because Islam has permitted polygamy and prohibited polyandry.

I define Islam for you in a way that nobody dared do it before me. Islam means obedience to Allah, obedience to Allah means having sincere faith in Him, such a faith means to believe in His Power, belief in His Power means recognizing and accepting His Majesty, acceptance of His Majesty means fulfilling the obligations laid down by Him and fulfillment of obligations means actions Therefore, Islam does not mean mere faith, but faith plus deeds.

I wonder at the mentality of a miser, fearing poverty he takes to stinginess and thus hastily pushes himself head- long into a state of want and destitution, he madly desires plenty and ease, but throws it away without understanding. In this world he, of his own free will, leads the life of a a beggar and in the next world he will have to submit an account like the rich. I wonder at the arrogance of a haughty and vain person.

Yesterday he was only a drop of semen and tomorrow he will turn into a corpse. I wonder at the man who sees people dying around him and yet he has forgotten his end. I wonder at the man who understands the marvel of genesis of creation and refuses to accept that he will be brought back to life again. I wonder at the man who takes great pains to decorate and to make comfortable this mortal habitat and totally forgets his permanent abode. Whoever is not diligent in his work, will suffer; who- ever has no share of Allah in his wealth and in his life then there is no place for him in His Realm.

Be very cautious of cold in the beginning of winter and welcome it at the close of the season because cold season effects your bodies exactly as it effects the trees; in the early season its severity makes them shrivel and shed their leaves and at the end it helps them to revive.

If you understand Allah's Majesty, then you will not attach any importance to the creatures. Addressing the graves he said: "O you, who are lying in horrible and deserted houses. O you, who are shut up in the dark graves, who are alone in their abodes, strangers to the places assigned to them; you have gone ahead and preceded us, while we are also following your steps and shall shortly join you.

Do you know what has happened aver you? Your houses and property was taken up by others, your widows have remarried, this is what we can tell you of this world. Can you give us some news about things around you? You allowed yourself to be enamored of, to be captivated by it and then you accuse and blame it. Have you any reason or right to accuse it and to call it a sinner and seducer? Or is the world not justified in calling you a wicked knave and a sinning hypocrite?

When did it make you lose your intelligence and reasoning? And how did it cheat you or snake false pretenses to you? Did it conceal from you the fact of the ultimate end of everything that it holds, the fact of the sway of death, decay and destruction in its domain? Did it keep you in the dark about the fate of your fore- fathers and their final abode under the earth?

Did it keep the resting-place of your mothers a secret from you? Do you not know that they have returned to dust? Many a time you must have attended the sick persons and many of them you must have seen beyond the scope of medicine. Neither the science of healing nor could your nursing and attendance nor your prayers and weeping prolonged the span of their lives, and they died.

You were anxious for them, you procured the best medical aid, you gathered famous physicians and provided best - medicines for them. Death could not be held back and life could not be pro- longed.

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In this drama and in this tragedy did the world not present you with a lesson and a moral? Certainly, this world is a house of truth for those who look into it carefully, an abode of peace and rest for those who understand its ways and moods and it is the best working ground for those who want to procure rewards for life in the Hereafter.

It is a place of acquiring knowledge and wisdom for those who want to acquire them, a place of worship for the friends of Allah and for Angels. It is the place where prophets received revelations of Allah.

It is the place for virtuous people and saints to do good deeds and to be assigned with rewards for the same.Sharif Razi did not follow the same level of scrutiny as followed by Hadith collectors therefore Nahj al-Balagha was not regarded as Sahih authentic or correct to the level of the Hadiths collections. As we Muslims have forgotten the Islamic teachings. It is a place of acquiring knowledge and wisdom for those who want to acquire them, a place of worship for the friends of Allah and for Angels.

In addition, Umar gave the casting vote to Abdur Rahman. He answered by saying that neither Sharif al-Radhi nor anyone else was capable of producing such an eloquent sermon. On Predestination.

The Wrath of Allah makes them go through more calamities and losses than the gains they gather for themselves. Be generous but not extravagant, be frugal but not miserly.