Pearl of Wisdom

in his counsel to his son al-Baqir (AS) said, my son, beware of taking a fool as a companion or mingling with him; keep away from him and do not converse with him for verily the fool is a lowly person whether he is absent or present. When he talks he exposes his foolishness and when he is silent he displays his inability to express himself. If he acts he spoils and when he is given responsibility he fails it. His own knowledge does not suffice him and others' knowledge is of no benefit to him, he does not follow the one who advises him, his associates do not find rest [from him], his mother wishes to be bereaved of him, his wife wishes to lose him, his neighbour wishes to live far from him and the one who sits with him would rather be absent from his company. If he is the lowest [in status] in the gathering he abases those above him and if he is the highest of them he denigrates the others.?

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
Amali al-Tusi, p. 613, no. 1268

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Question : #635 Category: Hadiths / Traditions
Subject: relate hades word to word
Question: somtimes we relate hades to another person but it happens that we don't know word to word can we relate the hadis ,but what message does the hadis have can we relate hadis's message in own words or if we don't know word to word of the original hadis what can we do?
Answer: To increase memory of a believer its recommend to recite Ar Rahman 100 times after your prayers and seek Allah bounties in your Qunoot by asking for knowledge.

Allah responses to all prayers, its our piety and contentment that accepts it.

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