Pearl of Wisdom

'As for what Allah has made obligatory in His Book, they are the pillars of Islam, and they are five pillars. It is on these five pillars that Islam was founded, and He Almighty allocated for each of these obligatory duties four boundaries which everyone must know. The first of them is prayer, then alms-tax (zakat), then fasting, then Hajj pilgrimage, then guardianship (wilaya), which the latter is the seal of them and it encompasses all obligatory and recommended acts.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 68, p. 388, no. 39

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In the Quran, the words dirtiness (rics) and nastiness (ricz) have almost similar pronunciation and spelling: the word “rics” refers to dirtiness brought by human hand and the word “ricz” refers to nastiness caused by the dirtiness generated by human hand. These two words are used 10 times in order to show the relation between them. The two verses given below are examples of these words used in the Quran:

33- …God desires to remove all dirtiness from you…
                                                               33. The Parties, 33

5- For sake from nastiness.
                                                              74. The Hidden Secret, 5

The word Number of occurrence
Dirtiness 10
Nastiness 10
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