He said, ‘Do not be afraid, for I will be with the two of you, hearing and seeing [whatever happens].
It is honour indeed for a believer that when he sees wrong being done, Allah, Mighty and Exalted, knows his heart to have rejected it
Proceed towards Allah as oppressed and do not proceed to Him as oppressors. Avoid the paths of Satan and the places of revolt. Do not put in your bellies unlawful morsels because you are facing Him Who has made disobedience unlawful for you, and made the path of obedience easy for you.
Muhammad’s (sawa) distinction cannot be paralleled nor can his loss be made good
Visiting Imam Reza (a)
Imām ‘Alī ibn Mūsā al-Rezā (A.S.) said:
“Tell my Shia that coming to my Ziyarat equals a thousand Hajjs in the view of Allāh.”
So Imam Jawād (a.s.) was asked, “A thousand Hajjs?”
Imām (a.s.) replied, “By Allāh, yes! And it is a million Hajjs for one who goes to his Ziyarat with recognition of his rights.”
[Reference: Kamiluz Ziyaraat, Chapter 101, Tradition 10, page 329]
'Know that the world is a place of trial wherein there is no time a person can afford to be idle, for that time will be a source of regret for him on the Day of Resurrection.'
Get closer to your heart and talk to it. Consider your deeds as your father whom you follow. Consider your self as your enemy with whom you are at war. Consider your wealth as a loan you have to return.
Mountains may move from their position, but you should not move from yours. Grit your teeth. Lend to Allah your head . Plant your feet firmly on the ground. Have your eye on the remotest foe and close your eyes . And keep sure that help is but from Allah, the Glorified