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Virtue and Virtuousness


1- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Nahjo1-Balaghe, Sent. 402))
Virtue and devoutness is superior to the whole of ethics and morals.


2- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 199))
The one who follows and chooses virtue, God will protect him.


3- Imam Musa Kazem (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 421))
The most reasonable way of blessings and honesties will be obtained through opposing sensuality.


4- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Mostadrak, vol. 3, p. 462))
Follow devotion to Allah in any state, until you never feel fear and panic.


5- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar p. 34))
The most clear sighted of people is the one who sees his defects and faults and avoids his sins.


6- Imam Sajjad (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 151))
Try to refine and edify yourself, more than any one else.


7- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 402))
The sign of religion and faith of a servant of God is piety and devotion.


8- Imam Mohammad Bagher (A.S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 175))
I swear to God that, our only follower is the one who worships God and is virtuous.


9- Imam Jawad (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, P. 359))
It is only through virtue and piety that those with patience will be saved, delivered and released from dangers.


10- Imam Hassan-e-Askari (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 518))
Fear from God and be of credit, respect and honor, and don't he credit of disgrace or modesty.


11- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Ashshehab Fel-Hekame-Val-Adab, p. 38))
When people are not safe from your annoyance and mischief, how do you consider yourself virtuous and pious?!


12- Imam Jawad (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 359))
If anyone chooses virtue as a way of life, Allah will protect him from unexpected events.


13- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Mavaez-e-Sadoogh, p. 74))
The person who recognizes his own value will never perish.


14- Imam Musa-ibne-Jafar (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 315))
Struggle with your soul and save it from evil desires.


15- Imam Muhammad Taghi (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 358))
I recommend you, virtue and abstinence, so that you may be protected from the dangers of corruption and in the end you will receive eternal prosperity.


16- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Shehabol-Akhbar, p. 214))
God will not pay attention to any one of his good deeds, who does not have that virtue to stop him from committing sin in private places.


17- Imam Jafar Sadegh (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 208))
Whenever the mind of a person is rectified, he becomes strong and powerful in appearance.


18- Imam Mohammad Bagher (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 180))
Try to correct and rescue your soul and leave everything else behind.


19- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Mostadrak, vol. 11, p. 139))
The strong man is not the one who attacs the others, the strong is the man who overcomes his ego.


20- Imam Zeinolabedin (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 135))
Do not consider any action accompanied with virtue little, because the action that is accepted by God, how could it be little?


21- Imam Hassan Mojtaba (A. S.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 239))
The person who has in mind a long trip, certainly prepares the provisions of the travel.


22- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Sharh-e-Ebn-e-Abelhadid, vol. 02, Sent 292))
The devil of every man is his soul.


23- Imam Mohammad Bagher (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 165))
There is no strenght higher than overcoming carnal desire.


24- Imam Sajjad (A. S.)            ((Majmoo-e-Varram, vol. 2, p. 100))
The real and competent human being is the one who follows his carnal desire according to God's command.


25- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 428))
The person who desires to attain high ranks must overcome his carnal desire.


26- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Tohafol-Oghool, p. 33))
No Arab has superiority to non-Arab, superiority comes from virtue and piety.


27- Imam Mohammad Bagher (A.S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 164))
With truthful fear of God, keep the devil away from yourself.


28- Imam Nassau Mojtaba (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 109))
The heart that is empty of doubt is the cleanest of hearts.


29- Imam Hassan Askari (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p 379))
Anyone who rides a false and unjustified mount, will certainly dismount in a regretful land!


30- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Mavaez-e-Adadieh. p. 2))
Virtue is an easy paced mount that, virtuous people are riding on it, and will guide them towards paradise.


31- Imam Hossezn (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 128))
Honor and dignity of man is only in virtue and piety.


32- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H)            ((Meshkato1-Anvar, p. 169))
The person who has passed forty and his good deeds did not exceed his had deeds, prepares himself for the fire and punishment of God.


33- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Mostadrak, vol. 11, p. 324))
The weakest man is the one, who is able to correct his moral defects, but doesn't take action.


34- The Honorable Prophet of Islam (P.B.U.H.)            ((Ashshehab Fel-Hekame-Val-Adab, p. 40))
To weep and clean the eyes is not the sign of fearing God; a person who fears of God, avoids anything that results in heavenly punishment.


35- Imam Sajjad (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 161))
To what extent you can, avoid bad deeds, even if everybody takes you as the agent of bad deeds.


36- Imam Mohammad Taghi (A. S.)            ((Sefinatol-Behar, vol. 2, p. 728))
The person who is obedient to his carnal desire, has made his enemy reach his goal.


37- Imam Hassan Askari (A. S.)            ((Tohafo1-Oghoo1, p. 519))
The most pious of people is the one who fulfil his religious precepts, and the most devouted persons is the one who avoids illegitimate acts.


38- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Mostadrak, vol. 11, P. 138))
The person who assists himself in his caranal desires, has certainly participated in killing himself.


39- The Reverent Amir (A. S.)            ((Fehrest-e-Ghorar, p. 429))
Your greatest enemy is your carnal desire, try to overcome it, otherwise it will cause you to perish.


40- Imam Mohammad Bagher (A. S.)            ((Behar, vol. 78, p. 165))
There is no cruelty worse than carnal desire.



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