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رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): إنَّ اللّه‏َ تباركَ وتعالى يُبغِضُ كلَّ عالِمٍ بالدُّنيا جاهلٍ بالآخِرَةِ.

Allah, the Exalted, despises anyone who is knowledgeable about this world, but ignorant about the Hereafter.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Kanz al-`Ummal, 28982; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 111

رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): إنَّ أبغَضَ الخَلقِ إلَى اللّه‏ِ ثلاثةٌ: الرّجُلُ يُكثِرُ النّومَ بالنّهارِ ولَم يُصَلِّ مِن اللّيلِ شَيئاً، والرّجُلُ يُكْثِرُ الأكْلَ ولا يُسَمّي اللّه‏َ على طَعامِهِ ولا يَحْمَدُهُ، والرّجلُ يُكْثِرُ الضِّحْكَ مِن غيرِ عَجَبٍ

Three people that Allah despises most are: a man who sleeps a lot in the day without having woken up to pray at night, a man who eats a lot without uttering the name of Allah or praising Him upon starting to eat, and a man who laughs a lot without reason.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 21431; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 112

رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): أبغَضُ النّاسِ إلَى اللّه‏ِ ثلاثةٌ: مُلحِدٌ في الحَرَمِ، ومُبْتَغٍ في الإسلامِ سُنّةَ الجاهِليّةِ، ومُطلِبُ دَمِ امرئٍ بغير حقّ لِيُهرِيقَ دمَهُ

Three people that Allah despises most are: an atheist in the Sanctuary [of Makkah], a man who seeks the pre-Islamic pagan practice in the era Islam, and a man who seeks to shed another’s blood without any just cause.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 43833; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 112

رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): إنَّ أبغَضَ الخَلقِ إلَى اللّه‏ِ تعالى العالِمُ يَزورُ العُمّالَ

The most despised by Allah, the Exalted, from among His creatures is the scholar who frequents the rulers.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 28985; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 113

رسولِ اللّه‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): إنّ أبغَضَكُم إلَيَّ وأبعَدَكُم مِنّي يومَ القيامةِ الثَّرْثارونَ، والمُتَشَدِّقونَ، والمُتَفَيْهِقونَ . قالوا: يا رسولَ اللّه‏ِ، ما المُتَفَيْهِقونَ ؟ قالَ: المُتَكبِّرونَ

Verily the most despicable from among you to me and the farthest away from me on the Day of Judgment are the prattlers, the pretentious, and the mutafayhiqoun.’ He was asked, ‘O Messenger of Allah! Who are the mutafayhiqoun?’ He said, ‘Those who are arrogant.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 43833; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 113

الإمامُ عليٌّ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): إنَّ أبغَضَ خَلقِ اللّه‏ِ إلَى اللّه‏ِ رجُلٌ قَمَشَ عِلْماً، غارّاً في أغْباشِ الفِتْنةِ، عَمِيا بما في غَيبِ الهُدْنةِ، سَمّاهُ أشْباهُهُ مِن النّاسِ عالِما، ولَم يُغْنَ في العِلمِ يَوماً سالِماً

The most despised of creatures in the sight of Allah is a man who gathers scattered pieces of knowledge, deceiving [people] in the darkness of chaos, and blinded to what lies hidden in tranquility. His peers from among the people call him a scholar, but he himself has never benefited one full day from his knowledge.
Amir al-Mu'minin Imām ‘Alī ibn Abī Tālib (a.s.)
Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 44220; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 114

أنّ عمرَ بنَ الخطّابِ كانَ يَعُسُّ بالمدينةِ مِن اللّيل، فسمِعَ صَوتَ رجُلٍ في بَيتٍ يَتَغنّى، فتَسَوّرَ علَيهِ، فقالَ: يا عدوَّ اللّه‏ِ، أظَنَنْتَ أنَّ اللّه‏َ يَسْتُرُكَ وأنتَ في مَعصِيَتِهِ ؟ ! فقالَ: وأنتَ يا أميرَ المؤمنينَ، لا تَعْجَلْ علَيَّ، إن أكُنْ عَصَيتُ اللّه‏َ واحِدةً فقد عَصَيتَ اللّه‏َ في ثلاثٍ: قالَ: «ولا تَجَسَّسوا» وقد تَجَسَّسْتَ، وقالَ: «وأتُوا البُيوتَ مِن أبوابِها» وقد تَسَوَّرْتَ علَيَّ، وقد دخَلْتَ علَيَّ بغيرِ إذنٍ، وقالَ اللّه‏ُ تعالى: «لا تَدْخُلوا بُيوتاً غيرَ بيـوتِكُـم حتّـى تَستـأنِسـوا وتُسلّمـوا علـى أهلِها».قالَ عُمرُ: فهلْ عندَكَ مِن خيرٍ، إن عَفَوتُ عنكَ ؟ قالَ: نَعَم، فعَفا عنهُ وخَرجَ وتَركَهُ.

Umar b. al-Khattab was making his way through Madina at night when he heard a man singing in his home. He jumped over the fence and said, ‘O Enemy of Allah! Did you think that Allah would conceal you while you disobey Him?!’ The man retorted, ‘And what about you, O commander of the faithful? Do not hasten to punish me, for if I disobeyed Allah once, you did so three times. He has said, ‘Do not spy,’ and you did spy [on me]. He also said, ‘Enter the homes from their doors,’ but you jumped over my fence and without my permission. And Allah, the Exalted, says, ‘Do not enter homes that are not yours until you are invited in and until you greet their owners.’ `Umar said, ‘Is there any good in you, if I decide to pardon you?’ The man said, ‘Yes.’ Then Umar pardoned him and departed.
Narrator
Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 8827; Mizan ul Hikmah page No. 890