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Akhlaq >> Thinking

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Imam Muhammad Baqir (a.s.) narrates that Amirul Momineen (a.s.) said, “All the good deeds are hidden in three qualities – seeing, silence and speech. One who’s seeing is not a lesson is useless. One who is not a fountain of silence and deep thought is ignorant. One whose speech is not the remembrance of Allah is worthless. A person whose seeing is a lesson, silence is thought, conversation is remembrance of Allah, who cries over his sins and from whom people remain safe, is indeed fortunate (there is Tooba for him).”
Imām Muhammad ibn ‘Alī al-Baqir (a.s.)
Sawab al-A`amal, Page 230

كتاب المحاسن: عن أبي عبد الله عن أبيه: قال: قال عيسى بن مريم : طوبى لمن كان صمته فكراً، ونظره عِبَراً، وكلامه ذِكراً، وبكى على خطيئته، وسَلِمَ الناس من يده ولسانه.

In Al-Mahasin it is narrated that Imam Sadiq (a.s) quoted the following on the authority of his noble father (a.s): “Jesus, the son of Mary said: “Blessed be one who thinks when he is quiet; is admonished when he looks; invokes the name of Allah when he talks; cries over his own sins; and the people are safe from his hands and tongue.”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Mishkat ul-Anwar, Section 1 on Faith, Islam & Related Issues, Chapter 9 on Thinking, Hadees 155

عن الحسن الصيقل قال: سألت أبا عبد الله عمّا يروي الناس، تفكّرُ ساعةٍ خيرٌ من قيام ليلةٍ، قال: نعم، قال رسول الله : تفكّرُ ساعةٍ خيرٌ من قيام ليلةٍ، قلتُ: كيف يتفكّر؟ قال: يمّر بالخربة وبالدار فيتفكر يقول: أينَ ساكنوك، أين بانوك، ما لك لا تتكلمّين!

Al-Hassan al-Sayghal said that he asked Imam Sadiq (a.s) about the meaning of what people say when they state that it is better to think for one hour than pray for one whole night. The Imam (a.s) replied in the positive saying that the Prophet (a.s) had said: “It is better to think for one hour than to pray for one whole night.” Then he asked how one should think. The Imam (a.s) replied: “He should ask the following questions when he passes a house or the ruins of an old building: Where are the residents? Where are those who constructed this building? And why do they not speak?”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Mishkat ul-Anwar, Section 1 on Faith, Islam & Related Issues, Chapter 9 on Thinking, Hadees 156

عن أبي عبد الله قال: قال أمير المؤمنين في كلام له: يا بن آدمُ! إنّ التفكّر يدعُو إلى البّر والعمل به، وإنّ الندم علىَ الشرّ يدعُو إلى تركه، وليس ما يفنى وإنْ كان كثيرا بأهلٍ أنْ يؤثر على ما يبقى وإنْ كان طلبه عزيزا.

Imam Sadiq (a.s) stated that Ameer al-Momineen (a.s) said : “O' son of Adam! Indeed thinking can attract one towards good deeds, and repentance can cause one to abandon evil deeds. Whatever is not lasting - even if it seems a lot to some people - will not harm what is lasting, even if it is rare and hard to get.”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Mishkat ul-Anwar, Section 1 on Faith, Islam & Related Issues, Chapter 9 on Thinking, Hadees 157

وقال أمير المؤمنين : جُمع الخير كلّه في ثلاث خصالٍ: النظرُ والسكوتُ، والكلامُ، وكلّ نظرٍ ليس فيه اعتبارٌ فهو سهوٌ، وكلّ سكوتٍ ليس فيه فكرٌ فهو غفلةٌ، وكلّ كلامٍ ليس فيه ذكرٌ فهو لغوٌ.

All good is contained in three traits: looking, being quiet and talking. If one does not get admonished when he sees things, he is in error. Not thinking when you are quiet equals ignorance, and any talk in which there is no remembrance of Allah is in vain.
Amir al-Mu'minin Imām ‘Alī ibn Abī Tālib (a.s.)
Mishkat ul-Anwar, Section 1 on Faith, Islam & Related Issues, Chapter 9 on Thinking, Hadees 158