Who’s Intelligent

Sufi Comics: Who's Intelligent

Sufi Comics: Who’s Intelligent

The messenger said, “The Intelligent person is he who sees faults in his self, and acts for the hereafter; the stupid person is he whose self pursues its desires and who thinks he is bestowing favors upon Allah.” ~ Book Prophetic Traditions in Islam

Nobility of Character

Sufi Comics: The Nobility of Character

Sufi Comics: The Nobility of Character

When a man asked the Prophet to explain nobility of character to him, he replied, “It means that you should forgive him who has wronged you, reestablish ties with him who has broken them off, give to him who has denied you something, and tell the truth even if it is against your own interests.” ~ Book Prophetic Traditions in Islam

The Ultimate Destination

Sufi Comics - The Ultimate Destination

Sufi Comics – The Ultimate Destination

“Visit Graves and by this remind yourself of the next world. Wash the dead and your heart will be moved, for surely an empty body is a profound lesson. Pray over the dead and perhaps it will make you sad, for surely the sad person is close to Allah.” ~ Imam Ali (Book: Sayings & Wisdom of Imam Ali)

Man’s Big Plans

Prophet (‘S) took three sticks and set one of them in front of him, another one next to it, and the third far away from the two. He then asked, ‘Do you know what this is?’ to which they replied, ‘Allah and His Messenger know better.’ He said, ‘This one is man, and this is death [next to it], while that one is expectation, which man entertains [about his long life], but death falls upon him prior to his expectation.’

No Flexibility in 3 Things

No Flexibility in 3 Things - Sufi Comics

No Flexibility in 3 Things – Sufi Comics

‘There are three things regarding which Allah, the Exalted, did not allow any flexibility: returning a trust to its owner, be he good or wicked; keeping one’s agreement with both the good and the wicked; and kindness to one’s parents whether they be good or wicked.’ Imam Muhammad Baqir (‘a)