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Every human being that is born in this world, regardless of its individual or social circumstances, aspires to its own perfection in accordance with its innate nature and its inborn intellect. It puts up with all kinds of sufferings and hardships for its hope of a brighter future, and this can be an evidence to prove that perfection is the ultimate goal of man's creation.

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Taking full note of the fact that the foundation of man's life is the safeguarding of his spiritual dignity, it follows naturally that any action which detracts from human dignity and all the other God-given qualities is forbidden in Islam. To be more specific, every kind of tyrannical authority-both in respect of those exercising it and those subjected to It- is strictly prohibited. As Imam 'Ali ...

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Patience is one of the greatest virtues in Islam. Patience means a believer’s resistance against problems in order to grow closer to God.

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Islamic culture is how we Muslims should behave. It is the way Muslims are taught to live and is based on the Noble Qur'an and Hadith. A Muslim should understand and practice this knowledge, since when these two sources are combined, we have the way and means to lead a life, which will lead to perfection and contentment...

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While permitting a variety of games and sports, Islam prohibits any game which involves betting which has an element of gambling in it. But why do people become interested in such game of chance (gambling addiction), be it cards, billiard ball or chess at casinos and gambling dens? A number of reasons could be put forward for this...

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The Abbasid Caliph Haroon al-Rashid desired that any one who had seen the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) in his lifetime be brought before him. After some time a very old woman was brought before the Caliph Haroon Rashid...

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As we all pass through life looking at people and materialistic things around us, we often tend to look at people above us and desire to be like them whereas Islam advises us to look at those below us and feel content with what Allah (SWT) has provided us. The suggestions listed below are some practical ways on achieving this contentment and repelling the greed of wanting more...

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There are as many advantages for truthfulness as there are disadvantages for lying. Truthfulness is one of the most beautiful traits and lying one of the ugliest. The tongue translates man's external feelings to the outside. Therefore, if lying stems...

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There are no absolute justifications for lying in Islam, and Prophet Muhammad (SAW) has asked us to tell the truth even under the harshest circumstances. However, one may choose not to tell the truth in the following...

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Anger is one of the conditions of the soul, and possesses three states: The state of excess, the state of deficiency, and the state of moderation...

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The Prophet Muhammad (S)
Imam Ali (as)
Lady Faṭima al-Zahra (a)
Imam al-Hasan (as)
Imam al-Hussain (as)
Imam al-Sajjad (as)
Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (as)
Imam Ja‘far al-Ṣadiq (as)
Imam al-Kaẓim (as)
Imam al-Reḍa (as)
Imam al-Jawad (as)
Imam al-Hadi (as)
Imam Hasan al-‘Askari (as)
Imam al-Mahdi (as)

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الإخْوانُ في اللّهِ تعالى تَدُومُ مَودّتُهُم، لِدَوامِ سَبَبِها.
Brothers [whose brotherhood is] for the sake of Allah, enjoy an enduring Amity, due to the firmness of its foundation