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Imam Hasan Askari (as) and his forty discourses

Compiled by: Shaykh Mohammad Ishtihardi
The Thirteenth Infallible Hassan Askari (as)
Name: Hassan (as)
Renouned Title: Askari
Subtitle: Abu Muhammad
Father and Mother: Imam Hadi (as) and Saleel (as)
Time & Place of Birth. 8th Rabi usani or 24rth Rabiul Awal 232 Hijrah in Medina
Time & Place of Martyrdom: 8th Rabi ul Awal 260 Hijrah By The conspiracy of Motamid the Foureenth Abbasade caliph, in the city of Samara at the age of 28 years.
Tomb: Samara (Iraq) Duration of life.
Before Imamate 22 years (from 232 to 245 Hijrah. After Imamate 6 years 254 to 260 Hijrah.
He was constantly & permenently under observation in the prison of the Satans of his age & was finally brutally martyred by poison.
Forty Discourses from Imam Hassan Al Askari (as)

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1. Allah is the one with whom all the creatures seek refuge at the time of need & hardships & while the hope from all the creations & the causes antecedents & determinants except Him, is discontinued & cut off. 1
1-

. ( 3 41
)
2. The love of the pious ones for the pious ones is a reward & recompense for those pious. And the love of debauch (libertine) for the pious ones is a sublimity & superiority for the pious ones. And the grudge of the debauch for the pious ones is the decoration for the pious ones. And the grudge & enmity of pious ones against the debauch & libertine is a humility for the debauch (sybarite). 2
2-
. ی . ( 487
)
3. No respectful one abandons the right except it that he become debased & objected, & no objected & debased acquires it except that he becomes respectful & honorable. 3
3-
. ( 489
)
4. Thus the one out of the jurisprudents who is the protector of his soul, saver of his religion, the oppressor of his passions & lusts (of ego), submissive to the command of his Lord, 'so it is obligatory for the people to imitate & follow him (Taqleed means unconditional Imitation). 4
4-
ی . ( 18 95
)
5. An age will approach when the people's faces would be laughing (exalting) & their hearts would be dark, bleak & dirty. The Sunnah to them would be innovation & heresy & innovation would be (considered) Sunnah among them. The faithful would be belittled & debased among them, & the transgressor would be honorable & respectful among them. Their lords & chiefs would be ignorant & aggressive ones. And the religious scholars would be on the threshold of the aggressors & tyrants. 5
5-
... (ј 2 322
)
6. Whoever admonishes his brother secretly he has decorated him & the one who admonishes him openly & publicly has vilified & rebuked him.6
6-
. . ( 489
)
7. The best of your brothers is the one who forgets your sin & remember & mentions your favor done to him. 7
7-
ی . ( 78 379
)
8. The foolish heart is in his mouth & the mouth (lips) of the wise one is in his heart (the foolish says whatever he pleases, without considering it's repercussion whereas the sage thinks before speaking.) 8
8-
͘ . ( 78 374
)
9. The person who rides the back of falsehood, lands upon the house of regret & shame.9
9-
. ( 78 379
)
10. Rage & anger is the key to all evils. 10
10-
. ( 78 373
)
11. Do not enter a disputed discussion as it will take away your honor & respect & do not make mockery & joke as people would pick up courage & dare at you. 11
11-
.
12. How shameful & abominable is that a faithful becomes inclined toward a thing which degrades &: belittles him. 12
12-
ʘ . ( 353
)
13. Faithful is a beneficence & benevolence for another faithful & a logic & poof for the infidel. (Logic & proof of Allah)13
13-
ی ی . ( 489
)
14. There is nothing over &: above two qualities, belief & faith upon Allah & benefitting the faithful brethren. 14
14-
. ( 489
)
15. The neighbor who conceals the good deed when he sees it, &: reveals if he sees a bad act, is from among the extreme & back breaking agonies. 15
15-
: ی ی . ( 78 372
)
16. Humbleness is a boon & beneficence which does not get subjected to the jealousy of people. 16
16-
. ( 489
)
17. It is against the etiquettes to express joy &: pleasure before the grieved on. 17
17-
. ( 78 374
)
18. The person nursing grudge & enmity) has the least of comfort among the people. 18
18-
. ( 78 373
)
19. All the evils are present together in a house & lying is the key to it. 19
19-
. ( 78 379
)
20. To say it that 'I wish I may not be brought to question except for this sin is an unforgiveable sin. Then he (as) said polytheism among people is more hideous & invisible than an ant over the black canvass on a dark night. 20
20-
: ی . : ǘ ی . ( 487
)
21, No One except a thankful & grateful person recognizes the beneficence & favor. And no body thanks for the boon & benevolence except the gnostic (sagacious), 21
21-
ǘ Ԙ . ( 78 378
)
22. The one who praises an incapable & undeserving person stays at the abode of the accused person. 22
22-
. ( 78 378
)
23. The weakest of the enemies from strategic point of view is the one who manifest & reveals his enmity. 23
23-
. ( 78 379
)
24. Training the ignorant & reverting the habitual addict back from his habit is like a miracle (most rare & difficult). 24
24-
. ( 489
)
25. Do know it that insistently begging & questioning for the grant of need takes away the honor (dishonors) & causes inconvenience, pain, & suffering. 25
25-
. ( 78 378
)
26. This very politeness, courtesy & civility is sufficient for you that you refrain from doing what you dislike in others. (The bad deeds & evils). 26
26-
ǘ Ș . ( 78 377
)
27. Indeed, generosity & charity has a quantity so when it exceeds that it becomes spending lavishly (squandering). And so does foresightedness & caution has a limit & when it exceeds that then it is cowardice. 27
27-
. ( 78 377
)
28. Observing the middle way in economy has a quantity when It exceeds that then it is stinginess & avarice. And there Is a limit to bravery & gallantry & when It exceeds that then it is rashness & impetuousness. 28
28-
. ( 78 377
)
29. The person whose disposition is piety & his nature is generosity & his quality is forbearance & tolerance the number of his friends would become great. 29
29-
. ( 78 379
)
30. When the hearts become mirthful & exhilarated then hand them over (saturate & feed them with) knowledge and when they shirk it then leave them alone (since hearts & souls have a particular condition when ready for imbibing learning.) 30
30-
. ( 78 379
)
31. Allah has made the fasting obligatory so that those rich & wealthy taste & realize the touch (agony of) hunger & consequently become kind to the poor. 31
31-
ی ی ی . ( 2 193
)
32. The sustenance which has become guaranteed (by Allah) must not refrain & make you so busy so that you do not perform the obligatory practices. 32
32-
. ( 78 374
)
33. Refrain & avoid fame seeking & striving for power, as these two invite man towards annihilation. 33
33-
ǘ ی . ( 78 371
)
34. Much of service & adoring does not mean one should pray & fast a lot but indeed the abundance & plentifuiness of service is exuberantly & plentifully meditating into the affair of Allah. 34
34-
.
( 488)
35. Be afraid of Allah & become a decoration & do not become a (source of) a disgusting & miserable object (for us). 35
35-
. ( 488
)
36. A greedy one does not get more than what has been destined for him. 36
36-
. ( 489
)
37. The boldness & courage of a son in small age (childhood upon his father becomes the cause of his disobedience & molesting him (father) when he grows up. 37
37-
ی ی . ( 78 487
)
38. Laughing without any amazement is (a sign of) ignorance.38
38-
͘ . ( 489
)
39. You are leading shortening lives & limited durations and death suddenly approaches. Who so ever sows benevolence & beneficence reaps joy & pleasure and the one who sows evil reaps repentance & shame. Everybody reaps, what he sows. 39
39-
. ( 489
)
40. The one who does not have the fear of people (in committing sin) will not be afraid of Allah.40
40-
. ( 78 377
)
1. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 3, P 41
2. Tuhaf al-Uqul P 487
3. Wasail ush-Shia Vol. 18. P 95
4. Wasail ush-Shia Vol. 18. P 95
5. Mustadak ul-Wasail. Vol. 2. P 322
6. Tuhaf al-Uqul P 489
7. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 379
8. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 374
9. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 379
10. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 373
11. Tuhaf al-Uqul P 486
12. Anwar ul-Bahiyy. P 353
13. Tuhaf al-Uqul P 489
14. Tuhaf al-Uqul. P 489
15. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 372
16. Tuhaf al-Uqul. P 489
17. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 321
18. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 373
19. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 379
20. Tuhaf al-Uqul, P 487
21. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 378
22. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 378
23. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 379
24. Tuhaf al-Uqul, P 489
25. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 378
26. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 377
27. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 377
28. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 3771
29. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 379
30. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 379l
31. Kashf ul-Ghuma, Vol. 2, P 19'.5
32. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 374
33. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78, P 371
34. Tuhaf al-Uqul.P 488
35. Tuhaf al-Uqul. P 488
36. Tuhaf al-Uqul. P 489
37. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 374
38. Tuhaf al-Uqul. P 487
39. Tuhaf al-Uqul. P 489
40. Bihar ul-Anwar Vol. 78. P 377

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