Pearl of Wisdom

A man once came to the Prophet (SAWA) and said, ?O Prophet of Allah, my sins have increased and my [performance of] good deeds has weakened', to which the Prophet (SAWA) replied, 'Prostrate yourself to Allah frequently for verily this strips off sins as the wind strips off the leaves from the trees.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Amali al-Saduq, p. 589, no. 814

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Sermon 223 Supplication

O' my Allah! preserve (the grace of) my face with easiness of life and do not disgrace my countenance with destitution, lest I may have to beg a livelihood from those who beg from Thee, try to seek the favour of Thy evil creatures, engage myself in praising those who give to me, and be tempted in abusing those who do not give to me, although behind all these Thou art the master of giving and denying.

 

    . . . Verily Thou over all things, art the All-powerful. (Qur'an, 66:8)

 
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