Pearl of Wisdom

'When you go to visit Aba 'Abdillah (AS) [i.e. Imam al-Husayn], be in a state of sadness and distress, dishevelled and dust covered, hungry and thirsty, and ask all your needs from him, then leave him, and do not set up camp by his graveside.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Thawab al-A'mal, p. 114, no. 21

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1281 Interpretation of Istekhara As Salam Alekum. I had taken Istekharas for four different questions and got the following responses:
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1277 Emission of diseases Assalam o alaikum, I was reading the contributions of Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S) to science, and came across this;
Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (A.S) has said that patients suffering from certain diseases emit special types of rays. If these rays fall upon a healthy person, they are apt to make him sick.
Can you please elaborate on this, or recommend some reading material that explains it more in depth.

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1288 Worship Asalamalaikum
Imam Jafar e Sadiq (A.S) said :
"He who claims that he knows God due to the imprint of the heart is
polytheist. He who claims that knows God by name, not meaning, is
declaring the contrary, because the name is new (created). He who claims
that he worships the name and the meaning is associating others with God.
He who claims that he worships the meaning by the description, not
realization, is referring to something absent. He who claims that he worships
the description and the described is nullifying God’s oneness because
description is something other than the described. He who claims that he
adds the described to the description is belittling the great. They have no
true respect of God. "
‘What is the course to the true believing in God’s oneness, then?’ some asked. He
(peace be upon him) said:
"The door of search is opened and the pursuit of the exit is existing. The
knowledge of the present should precede his description while the knowledge
of the description of the absent should precede the knowledge of him"
My question is how should we truly know or should we truly worship GOD then
Reference: Tuhaf al Uqoul
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