The Imam starts by reciting Salawaat on our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWAS) and his purified Household. Naturally we need to delve deeper into the issue of Hidayah
While we are discussing this beautiful Dua of Makarimul Akhlaq, the highest traits of morality, we celebrate the birthday of an esteemed Imam of Ahlul Bait (a.s),
This third portion of the beautiful Dua of Makarimul Akhlaq again covers a very important message where Imam Zainul Abideen (a.s) implores Almighty Allah (SWT)
The Quran and Ahlul Bait (a.s) say that this action wipes out your good deed as one should never remind people of the good you did for them.
Different interpreters of Sahifa Sajjadiyyah have given different explanations to the phrase “abbidni” in this Dua.
While the Imam desires to be honoured he is also mindful of the fact that it can easily turn into arrogance and thus simultaneously seeks protection from such an affliction.
These verses were the focus of the previous discussion where Imam Zainul Abideen (a.s) emphasizes on having a focused approach to life.
Herewith are verses from the Holy Quran which directly deals with the issues covered relating to Akhlaq, starting with Fitrah (our pure essence). In this verse,
These verses explain that the best of Imaan, the best of Yaqeen, the best of Niyyah and the best of Amaal cannot be achieved on our own. It is not possible without the Mercy
Intention is basically an act of determination – when you decide to do something. If I ask you did you make niyyah to fast in Ramadaan, then what do I mean?