Pearl of Wisdom

Imam al-Baqir speaking to Muhammad b. Muslim, ?O Muhammad, you might think that he [meaning the Prophet (SAWA)] filled himself by eating wheat bread for three continuous days from the time Allah sent him until when He took him up?' He answered himself, saying, 'No, by Allah, he never filled himself with wheat bread for three continuous days since the time Allah sent him until He took him [his soul]. I am not saying that he could not find any, for one man would offer him one hundred camels, so if he wanted to eat he could have done so.'

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
dl-Kafi, v. 8, p. 130, no. 100

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In the Holy Qur'an


But as for him who is awed to stand before his Lord and forbids the soul from (following) desires, his refuge will indeed be paradise (79:40-41)

In the Traditions


The Prophet said, “The most courageous of people is he who overcomes his desires.”

The Prophet said, “A strong person is not one who overcomes people, but a strong person is one who overcomes his own self.”

Imam Ali said, “Prohibiting one’s self from desire is the greater Jihad.”

Prophet Solomon said, “Someone who prevails over his desires is stronger than he who captures a city by himself.”

 
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