Pearl of Wisdom

'The believer is such that his joy is evident on his face whereas his sorrow is in his heart. His breast is at its widest [i.e. biggest heart] but his ego is at its lowest. He despises high rank and shuns reputation. His grief is long-lasting and his ambition is lofty. His silence is much and his time occupied. He is grateful, extremely patient, and immersed in deep thought. He is thrifty with his needs. He is good natured and mild-tempered. His soul is firmer than steel whilst he [i.e. his ego] remains lower than a slave.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Ibid. v. 69, p. 410, no. 127

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This the namaaz prayed usually on the first night of the burial between Magrib and Isha prayers for the peace of the departed soul. It consist of two raakaats as follows:

a)      In the first rakaat recite Ayatal Kursi after Sura Al Hamd
b)      In the second rakaat recite ten times Sura Al-Qadr after Sura Al-Hamd
c)      After the prayers recite Dua for the pardon and peace of the departed soul.

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