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The 9 Commandments

Sufi Comics: The 9 Commandments
Sufi Comics: The 9 Commandments

The Prophet (peace be upon him and his family) said: My Lord commanded me to adhere to nine things: He commanded me to:

  1. Be sincere when in private and in public,
  2.  Be Just in times of peace and when in rage,
  3. Be moderate in poverty and in abundance,
  4. Be forgiving to him who wrongs me,
  5. Share with him who deprives me (of his bestowals),
  6. Acknowledge him who broke relations with me,
  7. Ponder over things while I am silent,
  8. Mention Him (God) whenever I speak, and
  9. Learn lessons from things that I see.

The Prophet’s Timeless Words of Wisdom

The Prophet's timeless words of wisdom
The Prophet’s timeless words of wisdom

A man asked for words by which Allah may benefit him. Prophet Muhammed said: “Remember death repeatedly. This will save you from longing for the worldly pleasures. Show gratitude frequently and this will increase his Mercy upon you. Pray to Allah (SWT) so regularly, because you do not know in which time Allah (SWT) will respond for your prayer. Beware of tyranny, for Allah (SWT) has ordained that HE will support those whom are oppressed.”

A Lesson on Time Management by Prophet Abraham

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The Prophet (s) said, ‘The scriptures of Prophet Abraham (a) contain the following: ‘…the rational man, as long as he is of sound reason, must put aside several hours during the day – an hour for conversing with his Lord, an hour for [self-scrutiny and] accounting for himself, an hour to ponder over Allah’s favors bestowed upon him, and an hour to spend on his own lawful pleasures, for this one hour will be an aid to him in fulfilling his other hours, as well as a time to recuperate and relax.’

Feeling Stuck? A Powerful Method to Seek the Best Advice

Sufi Comics: A Powerful Method to seek the Best Advice
Sufi Comics: A Powerful Method to seek the Best Advice

If you need counsel about some matter that has suddenly happened to you, then begin by exposing it to the spontaneity of the young, for surely their minds are sharper, and their intuition is quicker; then after that refer it to the judgement of those who are mature and old, so that they can analyse it, and decide what is best for it, for surely they are the most experienced.  ~ Imam Ali (a)

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