The Soliloquy of Amir Al-Mominien (Peace be upon him)

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The Soliloquy of Amir Al-Mominien (Peace be upon him)

        O Allah I ask the Safety in the Day whereon neither Wealth nor Sons , but only the One who meets Allah with pure heart. I ask Thee the Safety in the Day whereon the Oppressor bits his hands and says: I wish, I taken a path with the Messenger, and I ask Thee the Safety in the Day whereon the Criminals are known with their features and  they shall be taken by forelocks and feet. I ask Thee the Safety in the Day whereon no Father rewards his son nor a Born is rewarded for his father something, the Promise of Allah is true. I ask Thee the Safety in the Day whereon  there is no Benefit for the Excuse of the Oppressors and they will have the Curse and the Bad Place. I ask Thee the Safety in the Day whereon a Self does not have something for a Self and the Command at that Day is for Allah. I ask Thee the Safety  in the Day whereon One flees from his Brother, his Mother, his Father, his Fellow and Sons, for everyone of them has a matter with which he is engaged at that Day. I ask Thee the Safety in the Day whereon the Criminal wishes to be saved from the Torture at that Day by his Son , his Fellow , his Brother and his Tribe which shelters him and by anyone on the earth all, then to save him, by no means for, it would be the Fire of Hell, plucking out(his being)right to the skull, My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are the Sir and I am the slave , the Sir has Mercy upon the slave . My Lord, O My, Lord, Thou are the Owner and I am the owned,  is the owned can have a Mercy from the Owner. O my Lord, O my Lord , Thou are the Dearest and I am the servile, is the servile mercies the Dearest. My Lord, O my Lord , Thou are the Creator and I am the creature , is the creature mercies the Creator. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Great and I am the vile , is the vile mercies the Great. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Strong and I am the weak, does the weak mercies  the Strong. My Lord, Oh My Lord, Thou are the Rich and I am the poor, will the poor has a mercy from the Rich. My Lord, O My Lord ,Thou are the Giver and I am the asker, will the asker have a mercy from the Giver. My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are  the Alive and I am the Dead, will the Dead have a mercy from the Alive.  My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are  the Survival and I am the Dying, will the Dying have a mercy from the Survival. My Lord O My, Lord, Thou are  the Eternal and I am the Evanescent , will the Evanescent  have a mercy from the Eternal. My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are  Al-Raziq (the Provider) and I am Al-Marzuq (the happier), will the happier have a mercy from the Provider. My Lord O My, Lord ,Thou are  the Generous  and I am the Niggard, will the Niggard  have a mercy from the Generous. My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are  the Healthy and I am the plagued, will the plagued have a mercy from the Healthy. My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are  the Big and I am the small, will the small have a mercy from the Big. My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are  the Guider and I am stray, will the stray have a mercy from the Guider. My Lord, O My Lord ,Thou are  the Merciful and I am the object of God’s mercy, will the object of God’s mercy have a mercy from the Merciful. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Sultan(Ruler) and I am the examiner, will the examiner have a mercy from the Ruler. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Guider and I am (Al-Mothair)doubter, will the doubter have a mercy from the Guider. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Forgiver and I am the sinner, will the sinner have a mercy from the Forgiver. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Winner and I am the Loser , will the loser have a mercy from the Winner. My Lord, O my Lord, Thou are the Lord and I am (Al-Marbub)the worshiper, will the worshiper have a mercy from the Lord. My Lord, O My Lord, Thou are Al-Motkaber( the Bombastic) and I am the humble , will the humble have a mercy from the Bombastic. My Lord, O my Lord, covers me with Your Mercy, and accept upon me with Your Generosity, Grant, and Virtue, O Who has Grant and Charity and Length and Grace with Your Mercy, Oh the Most Merciful.

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