Pearl of Wisdom

'A Muslim will not sleep while in a state of ritual impurity (janaba), and he should not sleep without being in a state of purity. If he does not find water then he should perform dry ablution (tayammum) with soil, for the spirit of a believer ascends to Allah Almighty and He meets it and blesses it. If his time of death was to have come when in a state [of purity], He places his spirit within the folds of His Mercy, and if his end has not come He sends it back [i.e. his spirit] with His guardian angels and they return it to his body.?

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 81, p. 153, no. 8

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Question : #548 Category: Dua / Supplications
Subject: any Dua for this?
Question: Salaam
If there is something we want very much, and it is not something bad and is actually for the sake of Allah, are there any duas we can read? Is there a dua or anything for definite qaboolyat/acceptance of what we are as asking for?
Thank you
Answer: Alaykum Salaam,

The acceptance of a dua'/supplication is conditional to the individual, meaning for a a sincere supplication to be accepted the believer must initially to be:
1. consuming halal
2. physically clean
3. recited earnestly
4. to have the prior intention to be grateful when the dua' has been granted
5. supplicating salawat
6. passionate in the dua' that it makes you cry.

It's important to note that all dua' are accepted in a form but not always granted or manifested in the way it was indented by the supplicator.

Further, to pray during the times of ease as well as praying in the times of difficulty further increase the chance of true acceptance.

Lastly, if you feel there has been no manifestation or acceptance of your dua' then to be content as that is to better for you, and that will be given to you in the Hereafter.

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