Shahadat-e-Hazrat Ali – 19th July 2014. Hazrat Ali is the wali of Allah and wasi of the Prophet Muhammad(S.A.W) and Imam. There are many aayaat in the Holy Quran in his praise and the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) has let behind many hadits in his praise. Every Muslim has faith in Hazrat Ali. Hazrat Ali (karam Allahu wajhu)’s last memorable words: “Fuzto-Be-Rabbil-Kaaba” (By the Lord of Kaaba, I have succeeded.)
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Here we present 100 Wise Words & Awesome Quotes Of ‘Hazrat Imam Ali (AS)’ For Facebook & WhatsApp
1. Fear God and you will have no cause to fear any one.
2. Resignation to the Will of God is the cure of the disease of the heart.
3. The word of God is the medicine of the heart.
4. Lead such a life, that, when you die, the people may mourn you, and while you are alive they long for your company.
5. The days of life pass away like clouds, so do good while you are alive.
6. Of all the follies the greatest is to love the world.
7. Opportunity is swift of flight but slow to return.
8. Pride, cowardice, and miserliness are bad for me but good for women.
9. The most happy is he to whom God has given a good wife.
10. He who knows himself knows God.
11. Do not soil your conscience for anything but heaven
12. The disease of the heart is worse than the disease of the body.
13. To fight against one’s desires is the greatest of all fights.
14. The strongest amongst you is he who subdues his self.
15. Wealth and greed are the roots of all evils.
16. Riches without faith are the greatest poverty.
17. A man’s worth depends upon the nobility of his aspirations.
18. Knowledge enlivens the soul.
19. The learned lives, although he dies.
20. The sum total of excellence is knowledge.
21. To respect the learned is to respect God.
22. Generosity hides shortcomings.
23. The wealth of a miser is as useless as a pebble.
24. Desire is one’s most inveterate enemy.
25. Those who walk on the surface of the earth shall one day be interred in it.
26. Every breath of man brings him nearer to death.
27. People are asleep as long as they are alive, they are awakened when they die.
28. Patience is the fruit of faith.
29. Virtue never dies.
30. A man’s glory from his virtue is greater than the glory of his pedigree.
31. No shelter is safer than piety.
32. A man’s behavior is the index of his mind.
33. Courtesy costs nothing but buys everything.
34. Clemency graces power.
35. Jealousy devours virtue as fire devours fuel
36. He that lends a listening ear to reproach is one of those that deserve reproach.
37. Forgiveness is she crown of greatness.
38. Carnal appetites are nets spread by the devil.
39. Every arrow does not hit the mark, nor every prayer granted.
40. Ostentatiousness spoils prayers.
41. Fear none but your sins.
42. He who praises you murders you.
43. A man who praises himself displays his deficiency of intellect.
44. Honor your parents and your sons will honor you.
45. A man is hid under his tongue.
46. The tongue of a wise man lies behind his heart.
47. The tongue pierces deeper than the spear.
48. He who purifies his heart from doubt is a believer.
49. The opinion of a wise man is an oracle.
50. To seek counsel is to go to the fountain of guidance.
51. Association with a fool is tyrannical to the soul.
52. God hastens the fall of tyrants.
53. Tyranny leads to moral cowardice.
54. A tyrant’s success is his moral defeat.
55. It is better to die than to beg.
56. When a man begs he loses his faith.
57. Hajj is the Jihad of every believer in faith.
58. A wise enemy is better than a foolish friend.
59. Silence is the best reply to a fool.
60. The best speech is one that is short and reasonable.
61. Speech is like a medicine, a small dose of which cures but an excess of which kills.
62. He that has no courage has no religion.
63. His grief is long whose hope is short.
64. The right of freedom of speech consists in speaking the truth.
65. Repentance washes away sins.
66. Folly is an incurable disease.
67. To assist the wrong is to oppress the right.
68. Sinning is a disease, repentance is its medicine, and abstinence from it a sure cure.
69. Sorrow makes a man old before his time.
70. Pride impedes progress and mars greatness.
71. To forgive is the crown of greatness.
72. He who understands humanity seeks solitude.
73. Right is the best argument.
74. Misrepresentation spoils narration.
75. As a man’s wisdom increases, so his desire to speak decreases.
76. He who seeks to do justice with men, let him desire for them what he desires for himself.
77. The greatest sin is the sin that the sinner considers to be ordinary.
78. Contentment is the asset which is never exhausted.
79. Governments are a trial for men.
80. He who fights against the truth, the truth will defeat him.
81. Finding fault in others is one’s greatest fault.
82. Haste is a species of madness.
83. Greed is perpetual enslavement.
84. He who does not know his own worth is doomed to destruction.
85. The best investment is one with which duties are performed.
86. Anger is a fire kindled, he who restrains anger extinguishes the fire; he who gives vent to it is the first to be consumed by such fire.
87. Jihad is the highway of prosperity.
88. None is more solitary than a miser.
89. Knowledge is the ornament of the rich, and the riches of the poor.
90. Knowledge is the sum total of excellence.
91. He who teaches you a letter binds you with a fetter of gratitude.
92. As long as we do not hope, we do not fret.
93. He who indulges in jokes and loose fall, loses a part of his wisdom.
94. Truth is bitter, but its result is sweet; falsehood appears to be sweet but it is poisonous in its effect.
95. Miserliness is the root of many evils.
96. Knowledge and practice are twins, and both go together. There is no knowledge without practice, and no practice without knowledge.
97. He who dissembles plays with his honor.
98. When God wants to humiliate a person He deprives him of knowledge.
99. When your power increases, decrease your desires accordingly.
100. He who listens to a backbiter loses a friend.
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