Pearl of Wisdom

'The truth is the widest thing in description, but the narrowest in practising justice. No sooner does it side with someone than it will side against him [at another time], and no sooner does it side against someone than it will side for him later. And if anyone is to side with it, never going against it, then that would be purely for Allah, glory be to Him.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Nahj al-Baldgha, Sermon 216

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Tayammum / Dry Ablution

Tayammum Preparation

Tayammum refers to the dry ablution in Islam using sand or dust, which may be performed in place of wudu or ghusl, only if no clean water is readily available.

Tayammum becomes necessary in place of wudhu or ghusl when one of the following circumstances prevails:
    1. Not enough water is available for Wudhu or Ghusl.
    2. Obtaining water for Wudhu will endanger your life or property or you are unable to procure water by any means.
    3. Using the available water will leave insufficient water for drinking and pose a risk of dying of thirst or illness, or difficulty for yourself or your dependents.
    4. Washing your face and hands with water will endanger your health.
    5. Water is available but you do not have permission to use it.
    6. There is a risk that performing Wudhu or Ghusl will cause the time of the entire or a part of the prayer to end.
    7. If the body or clothing is ritually impure (najis) and the person possesses only as much water so that if he was to perform Wudhu or Ghusl, no more water would be available for making his body or clothing pure for prayer.

How to Perform Tayammum


Make your intention as, "I'm coducting Tayammum in place of wudhu (or ghusal) for the pleasure of Allah and seek closeness to Him"
Strike the palms of both hands simultaneously on earth, sand, or stone which is dry and clean
Pull both palms together from the beginning of the forehead where the hair grows
Then bring the palms down to the bridge of the nose. Both sides of the forehead joining the ears and over the eyebrows shoulbe in included
Then pull the left palm on the whole back of the right hand from the wrist bone to the fingertips
Rub your right hand with the left
Then pull the right palm on the whole back of the left hand from the wrist bone to the fingertips
Rub your left hand with the right

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