Pearl of Wisdom

When asked about the reason for the occultation, Imam al-Sadiq (AS) replied, 'For a reason that we are not allowed to reveal to you. I [i.e. 'Abdullah b. al-Fa l] asked, 'What is the wisdom behind his occultation?' He said, 'The wisdom behind his occultation is the same wisdom behind the occultation of Allah's proofs before him. Certainly the wisdom behind it will not be disclosed until after his reappearance... Verily this command is among the commands of the Almighty Allah, a secret from among the secrets of Allah, a thing of the unseen from among the unseen things of Allah. When we acknowledge that he is All-Wise, we also acknowledge that all His actions are wise, even though the reason behind them may be undisclosed.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Kamal al-Din, p. 482, no. 11 (narrated by 'Abdullah b. Fadl al-Hashimi)

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Question : #295 Category: Wudhu / Ghusal
Subject: rule regarding Ghusal
Question: If a person is doing Ghusl-e-Janabat Irtimasi, must he say "I perform Ghusl-e-Janabat Irtimasi" in his Niyah? If not, is, saying "I perform Ghusl-e-Janabat" enough?
Answer: It is sufficient to intend getting nearness to Allah by getting Taharah. {Meaning, it is not necessary to mention your intention verbally. To pass it through your mind that you perform Ghusl-e Janabat is sufficient.

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