Pearl of Wisdom

When the Prophet (SAWA) asked him about trusting in Allah, said, '[It is ] to know that a creature can neither harm nor benefit, nor give nor deny [of itself], and it is to display hopelessness from people, so when a servant is such, then he will not do anything for anyone other than Allah, will neither hope nor fear in anyone other than Allah, and will not seek other than Allah this is complete trust.'

The Archangel Gabriel [as]
Ma'ani al-Akhbar, p. 261, no. 1. See the whole tradition in Bihar al-Anwar, v. 77, p. 20, no. 4

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Sermon 45 About Allah's greatness and lowliness of this world

Praise is due to Allah from Whose mercy no one loses hope, from Whose bounty no one is deprived, from Whose forgiveness no one is disappointed and for Whose worship no one is too high. His mercy never ceases and His bounty is never missed.

This world is a place for which destruction is ordained and for its inhabitants departure from here is destined. It is sweet and green. It hastens towards its seeker and attaches to the heart of the viewer. So depart from here with the best of provision available with you and do not ask herein more than what is enough and do not demand from it more than subsistence.

 


 
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