Pearl of Wisdom

'Being good to one's parents is obligatory, even if they are polytheists, but there is no obedience due to them if it entails disobedience to the Creator.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Khisal, p. 608, no. 9

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The Lantern of the Path

The path of Islam contains a most comprehensive and total system of conduct for the wayfarer. The outer behaviour of a true Muslim reflects what is deep in his inner consciousness.

In his teachings, Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq shows the way to equilibrium in a most inspired way of tawhid. As a man of insight and knowledge he sees the unified hand and demonstrates it to the sincere seeker. These teachings can be of benefit to anyone who has an interest in spiritual matters and is concerned with benefiting from the path of Islam.

The Imam's explanations in 'The Lantern of the Path to Almighty Allah' contain many levels of understanding. Much depends upon the state of the seeker and the extent of his sincerity. Although this section is small, its meanings are vast.

We pray to Allah to increase our knowledge and experience of His vast compassion and mercy.

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21 Respect for One's Brothers
22 Trustful Reliance
23 Advice (wasiyah)
24 Exhortation
25 Pardon
26 Following Another's Example
27 Forbearance
28 Consultation
29 Brotherhood
30 Taking and Giving
31 Proper Social Transaction
32 A Description of the Hypocrite
33 Delusion
34 Reluctance to Act
35 A Description of this World
36 Abstinence
37 Fasting
38 Supplication
39 Entering the Mosque
40 Purification
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