The sixteenth is, uncovering Ê¾AmÄ«r al-MuÊ¾minÄ«nâs Mus’haf . After the decease of the Messenger of God (pbuh &h), it was collected by His Majesty [Ê¾AmÄ«r al-MuÊ¾minÄ«nâs]; without any change and distortion. Also it contains all, that was sent to the Prophet (pbuh&h) [by God] through miracle.
Â Soon will We show them Our Signs in the (furthest) regions (of the earth), and in their own souls, until it becomes manifest to them that this is the Truth. Is it not enough that thy Lord doth witness all things?â
His first privilege, is the light of its shadow and ghost in the world of darkness between the lights of the Imams (as).
As it was narrated in a group of Merajieh, etc., his light was like a shining star among the light of other [infallible] ImÄms (pbu th).
his face looks like his majestyâs. Referring to narrations, his Excellencyâs face is a mix of fair skin with a rosy and swarthy complexion. [Yet,] it has turned pale for being awake at nights [to perform night prayer]. And his soft forehead is wide, fair and bright.
Have you [even] thought: If [all] your water were to disappear into the earth, who then could bring you running water?
then he stated, âThis verse has not been interpreted yet. It may be interpreted [afterward]. There are more narrations which have similar notions, too. Â
His Majesty stated: âWhen my grandfather, ImÄm á¸¤usayn (pbuh) martyred, angels began to cry and lament to God, and said,â O’ God, our Lord! Are you going to ignore those who slayed the one you selected âgrandson of your beloved prophet (pbuh&h) and the best of creaturesâ?
Gharim can mean both a âDebtorâ and a âCreditorâ. Here, it looks to mean the first one. This tile was given to him because of TaqÄ«yah, like the title QulÄm [an adolescent boy]. As the Shiites used to send him or his Four Deputies, some money, write wills or borrow some [money] from him, they called him âGharimâ.
You are âThe Guided by meâ among my servants. I swear by my essence [The essence of God] that if they [people] obey you, I will reward them for their good deeds. But whoever disobeys you, I will punish him.
I will forgive my servants, for your intercession and guidance.
Afterward, HakÄ«meh wondered, âWho was that bird, that you gave Sahib [mgehr] to it?â
[His Excellency] stated, âHe was the Holy Spirit, who is entrusted to the ImÄms [pbu th]. Permitted by God, he makes them victorious, protects them from faults and adorns them with knowledge.â