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    Proximity to Allah cannot be gained by them through voluntary devotion if they falter with the obligations. 'Ali (as)
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    38. Prayer (salah) is a means of proximity for every pious person. Pilgrimage (haj) is a way of holy struggle (jihad) for the weak. Every thing has a form of purity (zakah), the purity of bodies is by fasting. The form of struggle for a woman is by maintaining a happy marriage. 'Ali (as)
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    Reject the supererogatory forms of devotion when they impede the obligatory.'Ali (as)
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    Faith is [an expression of] the recognition [of the truth] by the heart, and [its] testimony by the tongue and action [in accordance with it] through the limbs. 'Ali (as)
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    Allah does not open the door of thanks giving for His servants then prevents from bestowing upon them greater blessings. He does not open the gates of supplication then refuse to grant them. Allah does not allow access to repentance then refuse to forgive. 'Ali (as)
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    Remember Allah abundantly for it is the best of remembrance. 'Ali (as)
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  7. The Adhan and Iqamah 1
    Muhammad ibn Ya'ub from 'Ali ibn Ibrahim from Muhammad ibn 'Issa ibn 'Ubayd ibn 'Uthman from Ismail al-Ja'fy who said, "I heard Abu Ja'far (as) say, 'The Adhan and the Iqamah comprise 35 statements (harfan). They number thus by counting them one by one. The Adhan is 18 statements and the Iqamah is 17. Tahdhib al-Ahkam, al-Shaykh al-Tusi.
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