The lifestyle for looking forward to the Emergence

June 8, 2023 0

  They are creatures, so they are needy and weak.
They have two main aspects: mental and physical.
Human’s souls and bodies are affected by each other.
Human souls are eternal.
They are the noblest of creatures and have intrinsic and acquired dignity so that they can be superior to the angels.

You need to endure toil [to make yourself perfect]!

June 6, 2023 0

The path of Imām Huṣayn (pbuh)* is as easy and available as going down the stairs; you can’t imagine how things went well!

The path of Imām Zamān**is vice versa! It’s as if, you are going uphill but you see there is a lot of gravel! Well, you will find a van [Satan], moving in front of you and shoveling gravel at your feet! The sand [or gravel] is starting to slip under your feet.

Epics of the Last Era

June 6, 2023 0

Well, you don’t need to sacrifice your life! Come and care your brother’s or friend’s reputation as yours! These are Epics of the Last Era; you will be oppressed. Yes, nearer we get to the emergence, more oppressed we will be!  Keep in mind, it’s the autarchy modern type of being oppressed!

Observing the devil !!

June 6, 2023 0

Iblis really observes the movements in this world. He observes the steps that believers go through to attend in the Emergence Era; It’s not like he is not aware of what’s happening in this world.

O, God! We don’t like this life!

May 14, 2023 0

It connotes that, repent, go and repent! Ask God for forgiveness! O, God, we don’t like this life [the life which is passed, doing sins]! O, God, we don’t like this style of life! O, God, we don’t like these views, audible things, edible things, these jobs. [O, God, we don’t like] being so much idle and weak! 

The words of the [infallible Shia] Imams and the scholars about Imām Mahdī

May 14, 2023 0

I asked ‘Allāmah Tabataba’i if it is possible to visit His Excellency [Sāhib al- Zamān (mgehr)] or no?! He returned, ‘Yes, but on three conditions: Being completely pious, feeling a great love [to the Imām (mGehr)], and being persistent in reciting Zīyāra Āl Yāsīn (the long version).’ (Gham-e Eshgh, P. 90)