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Al-Mawaaizh (The Sermons)

Al-Mawaaizh, Sifat Ush-Shia, Fadhaail Ush-Shia This work is in fact three books whose topics are connected to each other. One of them, namely Sifat ush- Shia, focuses the lights on the qualities that the Shia should have within their moralities. Without such qualities, the Shia would not have won such abundant merits to which the […]

  • Sheikh As-Saduq
  • Ansariyan Publications
  • 2001
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Al-Mawaaizh (The Sermons)
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    Al-Mawaaizh, Sifat Ush-Shia, Fadhaail Ush-Shia

    This work is in fact three books whose topics are connected to each other. One of them, namely Sifat ush- Shia, focuses the lights on the qualities that the Shia should have within their moralities. Without such qualities, the Shia would not have won such abundant merits to which the second book, namely Fadhaaíil ush- Shia, refers. The third book, namely al-Mawaaizh, compiles the maxims and words of wisdom that are said by the Prophet and the Imams, peace be upon them all, on various occasions. It is necessary for the Shiite, before others, to apply such maxims to himself, because they are surely great masterpieces and moral principals.

    A deep look into these maxims and qualities proves the fact that the embracement of Shiism is not mere words that everyone can say or ordinary love for Amir ul- Mu'minin, as some think. The true Shiite is only he who commits himself to those qualities and applies them to his conducts. The true Shiite is only that whom  Imam  al- Baqir (a) describes in the following words:

     " O Jabir, do you think that it is sufficient for those who claim being Shia to say that they cherish us; the Prophet's household? "

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    • Sheikh As-Saduq
    • Ansariyan Publications
    • 2001
    • Qom, Iran
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