Pearl of Wisdom

was once asked by a Jew, 'When did our Lord, Mighty and Exalted, come to be?', to which he replied, ?O Jew, It is not that our Lord was not and then came to be, for the question 'When did x come to be?' is posed regarding something that is not there and then comes to be. He exists without coming into being; He is ever existing having nothing before Him. He is before 'before' itself, before any limit. Limits do not apply to Him for He is the ultimate limit of alllimits.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 77, p. 331, no. 18

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Question : #537 Category: Moon Sighting
Subject: Ramadhan moon crescent sighting
Question: If Ramadhan crescent is sighted in one city would it suffice the sighting in another city?
Answer: Should the new moon be sighted in a city, it would suffice the sighting in another city, provided the two fall on the same horizon.
That is, if the new moon was sighted in the first town, there would be a distinct possibility of sighting it in the second, barring any obstacles, such as clouds and high mountains.

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