Pearl of Wisdom

Imam wrote in his letter to al-Ashtar when he appointed him governor of Egypt, 'Do not reject the peace to which your enemy may call you, and wherein the pleasure of Allah lies, for verily peace affords composure to your army, relief to you from your worries, and safety for the country. After the peace entreaty however, be extremely wary of your enemy, because often the enemy draws near in order to take advantage of your negligence. Therefore, act prudently and entertain good opinion about them, though aIways being on your guard.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Nahj al-Balagha, Letter 53

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Question : #950 Category: Fasting / Sawm / Roza
Subject: Illness
Question: Salam,
I was in an accident a few years ago. The result is that during Ramadan, I get a severe headache limiting my ability to work or function normally. I therefore, do not keep fast in Ramadan and instead take out kufara.....this makes me very sad, uncomfortable and ashamed of myself. I feel that I am missing out on all the bounties that Allah showers on the people who do keep fast. Do I have any options? What are my obligations?

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