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A Glance at Arbaeen Walk and Pilgrimage -Part IX-

Trying to Expand Beautiful Occurrences in Our Societies after the Walk

 

It is not wrong to claim that the Arba‘een Walk is an ethical factory. While the goal of this Walk is beyond these matters, but of the consequences of this event is ethical reminders, which is upon the pilgrim to make himself in harmony with such beautiful behavior.

Practicing and repeating a good behavior ultimately results into a good habit. Many good behaviors are continuously practiced during the journey. But this is not enough. The pilgrim must again repeat such behavior with the people of his city and town, with his family and loved ones, with his neighbors and friends, after returning from this spiritual journey. So much so that such behavior may turn into an everlasting habit.

 

The Infallible Imams (PBUT) have always recommended the Shi’ah to have good behavior to a point that according to them (PBUT) the lack of attention to good behavior will expose the reputation of Imamate- the main Pillar of the Religion- to damage. Imam Sadiq (PBUH) has requested the Shi’ah to be as adornment to them (PBUT) and not the cause of blame for them, and to speak to people nicely, to withhold their tongues, and to avoid excessive and unpleasant talking.

 

Let us keep in mind that the AhlulBayt’s adversaries have always threatened the exalted status of the AhlulBayt (PBUT) and exposed it to destruction; behold! Let us not, unknowingly, with our unpleasant behavior practically do the same! Therefore, it is upon the Arba‘een pilgrim to expand his good manners.

 

 

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