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Imam Ali: He who is greedy is disgraced

Imam Ali: He who is greedy is disgraced

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Photo: Flooding of the Holy Kaaba in 1941, Mecca 
 
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He who is greedy is disgraced; he who discloses his hardship will always be humiliated; he who has no control over his tongue will often have to face discomfort.

  

(Imam Ali)

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Recommended Reading:

'Unseen Rain: Quatrains of Rumi'
by John Moyne (Translator), Coleman Barks  (Translator)
 
Description:

Rumi's short poems have many tones and effects: some of them are quick, joyful, and whimsical; some are finely faceted abstract statements; some probe the inward space of patience and longing. Moyne and Barks translated these poems using a free-verse style, connecting these poems with great American spiritual poets such as Walt Whitman and Gary Snyder.
 
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Kiswah al Saadat from the Holy tomb of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) sold at www.RumisGarden.co.uk
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