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Ethics


1- The Endeared Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Ashshehab fel-Hekame-Val-Adab, p. 14))
I have been inspired by God to attain the munificence and magnanimity of morals and ethical values to the acme of perfection amongst the populace.


2- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Elal-o-Shsherayea, vol. 2, p. 560))
There is no life more glorious than possessing meritorious ethics and morals.


3- Imam Musa Kazem (A. S.)            ((Osool-e-Kifi, vol. 3, p. 162))
Cheerfulness and a good nature purges hatred and rancour.


4- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 77, p. 149))
The best companion and helper is admirable morals.


5- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Ashshehab fel-Hekame-Val-Adab, p. 55-56))
On the morrow (the Resurrection) there is nothing heavier on the scale of deeds, than decent and commendable morals.


6- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 76, p. 60))
Being cheerful and affable with people is by itself half of wisdom.


7 - Imam Sajjad (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 260))
Acknowledge what is an adage and advice, and accustom yourselves with the morals and ethics of the virtuous people.


8- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 94))
The zenith of faith is to possess ethical morals and to embellish oneself with the ornaments of rectitude and virtue.


9- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Vasael, vol. 6, p. 321))
The believers have four signs: good humor, tactfulness, kind heartedness and openhandedness


10- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 392))
Immorality and surliness makes the human's life miserable and bitter.


11- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Ashshehab Fel-Hekame-Val-Adab, p. 38))
Always be cheerful and good-natured, for God loves the good-natured and considers the ill-natured and the morose people to be his enemies.


12- Imam Mohammad Bagher (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 306))
Being sociable and affable with people brings kindness and friendship.


13- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Behar, vol. 77, p. 148 ))
Good morals establish and confirm kindness and friendship.


14- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Behar, vol. 77, p. 149))
The best amongst you are the most good-natured ones, who socialize with others, and with whom others socialize easily.


15- Imam Hossein (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 253))
Avoid deeds you are going to regret later, for, the believer doesn't commit a bad deed for which renders an apology.


16- Imam Musa Kazem (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p.333))
The one who takes no offense at being harassed by others will not take pleasure in their kindness and benevolence.


17- Imam Hassan Mojtaba (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 111))
Nothing sweetens life like a pleasant disposition.


18- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 255))
Walking hastily diminishes the credit and value of the believer and ruins his spiritual and moral image in public.


19- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 94))
The treasure and jewels of subsistence are hidden in commendable and ethical morals! (Having good morals make subsistence expand).


20- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Mostadrak, vol. 8, p. 449))
A good-tempered person people enjoys the company of the virtuous people and is immune to the molestation and harassment of the wicked people.


21- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Meshkatol-Anvar, p. 223))
Half of religion is comprised of good temper and morals.


22 - The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Sharh-e-Ebn-e-Abelhadid, vol. 20, p. 259))
With what difficulty praiseworthy qualities and ethical virtues are achieved, and how easily they are lost!


23- Imam Hassan Askari (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 377))
It is sufficient for your morality just not to involve yourself with the things you do not approve of in others.


24- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Ashshehah fel-Hekame-Val-Adab. p. 14))
The most beloved amongst you before God are the most good-tempered.


25- Imam Sajjad (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 142))
Never shirk off from making friends with other's, no matter the benfit of such a friendship may be in your opinion.


26- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Mavaez-e-Sadoogh, p. 74))
An ill-tempered person only tortures himself, and deserves the anger and hatred of people more than anyone else.


27- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghoo1, p. 372))
Meritorious morals increase the number of friends and beloved.


28- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Alfaghih, vol. 4, p. 3))
There is repentence for every sin except surliness, because a bad-tempered person, not having given up a sin, is implicated in another sin!


29- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 34))
While forgiving someone, it is better to be cheerful.


30- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 232))
There are three things that signify the magnanimity of a person: good temper, patience, and to avoid aggressive gaze.


31- Imam Reza (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 467))
If you wish to name someone in the presence of someone else, address him by titles.


32- Imam Hossein (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 127))
When you have parted with your religious brother take care that your words behind his back be in a way that you wish him to talk behind your back.


33- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 34))
Cheerfulness and graciousness is the string of love and friendship.


34- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Mostadrak, vol. 12, p. 76))
Immorality and surliness disgust friends and relatives and repel strangers.


35- Amirol-Moominin (A. S.)            ((Nahjol-Balaghe, Sent. 37))
Good morals are the proof of high lineage and nobility of the person.


36- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 71, p. 396))
There are so many highly esteemed ones who became miserable and humiliated just because of their bad temper and morals, and humble person who attained eminence and the highest honors because of good temper and morals.


37- Imam Sajjad (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 142))
Do not ever alienate a person and make him your enemy, even if such enmity might do you no harm in your opinion.


38- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Osool-e-Kafi, vol. 4, p. 19))
The worst people in judgement day are the ones whom people paid homage (in the world) to get rid of their wickedness and evil!


39- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Mavaez-e-Sadoogh, p. 65))
Purify your heart with politeness and good behavior in the same way kindling is purified by fire, verily politeness and good behavior are excellent help and supporters.


40- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Nahjol-Balaghe, Sent. 109))
There exists no better inheritance for the heirs, saving good behavior and high morals.




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