Pearl of Wisdom

'There are four things which when given to someone, they have indeed been given the good of this world and the Hereafter: truthful speech, fulfilment of trust, restraint in [filling] one's stomach [from the forbidden], and a good nature.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as] 2142

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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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81 Social Interactions
82 Fearing Allah
83 Precaution
84 Sincerity
85 Truthfulness
86 Showing Off
87 Dress
88 On Reciting the Qur'an
89 On Leaving your Home
90 Thankfulness
91 Guarding Oneself (Ri'ayah)
92 How the Men of Knowledge are Ruined
93 Enjoining what is Good and Forbidding what is Evil
94 Giving Judgement
95 On Knowledge
96 On Walking
97 On Lowering the Gaze
98 More on Bondage
99 Bondage ('Ubudiyah)
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