Pearl of Wisdom

'A man could be obedient to his parents during their lifetime, then they die and he does not repay their debts or ask Allah to forgive them, so Allah records him down as being insolent. Or, he could have been insolent to them during their lifetime and not obedient, but after their death he repays their debts and seeks forgiveness from Allah for them, Allah records him down as righteous.?

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
al-Kafi, v. 2, p. 163, no. 21

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One of the Kharijites al-Burj ibn Mus'hir at-Ta'i raised the slogan, "Command behoves only Allah" in such a way that Amir al-mu'minin heard it. On hearing it he said: E-mail
Sermon 183 One of the Kharijites al-Burj ibn Mus'hir at-Ta'i raised the slogan, "Command behoves only Allah" in such a way that Amir al-mu'minin heard it. On hearing it he said:

Keep quite, may Allah make you ugly, O' you with broken tooth. Certainly, by Allah, when truth became manifest even then your personality was weak and your voice was lose. But when wrong began to shout loudly you again sprouted up like the horns of a kid.


 
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