Pearl of Wisdom
The greatest fault is when one criticises others for the same faults presenting oneseIf.'
Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Ibid. Saying 353
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"And whoever does evil or acts unjustly against his own soul then asks forgiveness of Allah, he shall find Allah Forgiving, Merciful" (Quran, 4:110).
The root word of "al-Wajid" is "Jidda," abundance and independence.
Al-Wajid is the most Knowing: "And [did He not] find you lost and guide you?" (Quran, 93:7); "... and there he finds Allah, so He pays him back his reckoning in full" (Quran, 24:39).
The phrase "he finds Allah" means "he finds out that Allah..." Al-Wajid has everything; He lacks nothing; He is never incapable of doing whatever He pleases. Al-Wajid is the One from Whose knowledge nothing at all escapes; He does not overlook anything at all.
He is the opposite of one who has lost everything. Al-Wajid lacks neither necessary things nor any of the requirements related to Divinity and its perfection; He is none but Allah, the Most Exalted One. In such sense, He, and He alone, is the Absolute al-Wajid. Anyone besides Him who may have some of the attributes of perfection while still lacking a few things is not called wajid at all.
Al-Wajid has with Him everything He wants and desires; He can affect His decree; He knows everything and He determines everything; He is capable of doing everything; nothing is beyond His reach or might; His status is Sublime. He is the Most Honored; His Might is the most perfect; He gives abundantly and generously.
The root word of this Attribute has many other meanings such as: finding out something through the power of the senses, the reaching of a point or a goal, the existence of something, the mental realization.