Pearl of Wisdom

'Dissimulation has situations [necessitating it]. Whoever lifts them from their rightful places, they will not uphold him. The explanation of what should be dissimulated is like when there is an evil people whose outer rulings and actions oppose rightful rulings and actions, so everything that a believer does among them in a situation [necessitating] dissimulation is permissible, as long as it does not lead to the corruption of his faith.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Kafi, v. 2, p. 168, no. 1

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Sermon 116 Rebuking Misers

You spend no wealth in the cause of Him Who gave it, nor do you risk your lives for the sake of Him Who created them. You enjoy honour through Allah among His creatures, but you do not honour Allah among His creatures. You should derive lessons from your occupying the places of those who were before you and from the departure of your nearest brothers.


 
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