Pearl of Wisdom

in his supplication, '...and divert our hearts from every other act of remembrance through Your remembrance, our tongues from every other act of thanksgiving through [being preoccupied with] thanking You, our limbs from every other act of obedience through [being preoccupied with] obedience to You! If You have ordained for us idleness in an occupation, make it an idleness of safety, wherein no ill consequence visits us nor weariness overtakes us as a result! Then the writers of evil deeds may depart from us with a page empty of the mention of our evil deeds, and the writers of good deeds may leave us happy with the good deeds of ours which they have written.'

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
al-Sahifa al-Sajjadiyya, Supplication 11

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Question : #553 Category: Death Issues
Subject: grave headstone words
Question: are there any rulings on what is/ is not permissable to write on a headstone?
Answer: There isn't any particular rulings on this matter, but it's encouraged to write the deceased full name, and verse(s)/ayah from the Holy Quran.

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