Pearl of Wisdom

to a man who was experiencing intense grief at the loss of his son, 'You are grieving at the minor affliction and are heedless of the major affliction! If only you prepared yourself for the place that your son has passed away to, your grief would not be so intense, for your affliction at having neglected preparation for it [i.e. the Hereafter] is much greater than the loss of your son.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Uyun Akhbar al-Rida (AS), v. 2, p. 5, no. 10

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Question : #688 Category: Key Events / Dates
Subject: dates on amal should be done
Question: my question is that if according to the islamic calender the dates or days starts from night, then if there is an amal of seeing holy prophets in dreem which has to be done on friday night will have to be done on thursday night or should be followed on the days as per english calender in which the dates or days starts from mornings?
Answer: When hadiths narrate to recite or perform certain acts on 'Thursday' night, then that day is based on your current time-zone. Based on the Gregorian calendar.

However, if a hadith narrates to recite or perform certain acts on the '21st Ramadan' then it's based on the Hijri calendar.
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