Al-Anfal (The Spoils of War) [8:46]
And obey Allâh and His Messenger, and do not dispute (with one another) lest (in case) you lose courage and your strength departs (go away), and be patient. Surely, Allâh is with those who are As-Sâbirûn (the patient).

Al-An'am (The Cattle) [6:108]
And insult not those whom they (disbelievers) worship besides Allâh, lest they insult Allâh wrongfully without knowledge. Thus We have made fair-seeming to each people its own doings; then to their Lord is their return and He shall then inform them of all that they used to do.

100 Mouzo 500 Dastan - 400 Stories English Translated in the following 4 volumes
100 Chapters and Each Chapter has 5 stories in Urdu
80 Chapters - 400 Stories Translated in English in following 4 volumes
Each Chapter has 5 stories

Prevent Family Issues
1/1 (For English) P22 (For Urdu) Camel was slaughtered and Holy Prophet (saw) paid price
2/4 P31 Brothers of Yousuf (AS)
3/1 P32 - 3 persons in cave – wages reward a flock of sheep
4/5 P41 Son died
5/3 P44 Reconciliation in one dirhm
10/5 P72 Hazrat Abuzar (RA) thirsty but not drinking cold and sweet water
11/1 P74 Slave feed food to dog
11/2 P74 A person saved life of another and accepted his death
11/3 P75 - 3 soldiers martyred thirsty
21/2 P127 Life of Hazrat Abuzar (RA)
25/5 P151 Superior and Inferior - Hazrat Musa AS and dog
27/5 P160 Hazrat Isa (AS) washes feet of his companion
26/3 P154 Rich and poor person in front of Holy Prophet (PBUH)
30/3 P177 Hazrat Isa (AS) 3 breads and 4 persons died with gold
31/4 P185 Ladies’ envy – aunt and an orphan girl
34/3 P199 Orator Qaes bin Asim Manqri - his son killed by his nephew but he continued his lecture
34/5 P200 Sheikh Jafar Kasheful Ghata helped needy Syed who spat on his face
48/5 P278 Qas said - hell with my wealth and distributed all
51/5 P 292 Bridegroom Killed and killer got married with the same girl - Patience
56/1 P315 Abu Hasham and Bibi Fatima (SA) - Holy Prophet (PBUHHP) Decision
57/1 P320 Sold Land had Treasure in it
65/1 P360 Zulkifl Not Getting Angry
67/3 P372 Tongue - abuse invites shaytan - be patient even you are right 
72/5 P396 Faghfoor, the Wise Chinese Emperor
76/5 P413 Two Young Beggars Husbands of a Lady 

Imam Muhammad Baqir (AS) and a Christian 19/111 Book Page 37
A Syrian and Imam Husain (AS) 22/111 Book Page 42
A Stubborn Neighbor – Holy Prophet (PBUHHP) - 51/111 Book Page 101

AyatullAllah Khomeini - Personal Life
Much has been written about Ayt. Khomeini as a political and spiritual leader of the Islamic Revolution. However, here is the insight into Ayt. Khomeini’s personal life - the man behind the scenes, because he was a perfect archetype of a complete Muslim in every facet of life. 
One of Imam’s daughters narrates: “At the start of my marriage, I went to Haaj Agha so that he could give me some advice about married life and how to balance the ups and downs in the family life.  He gave me just one piece of advice – however, that simple advice has worked wonders in our married life.
Agha said to me:  “If your husband is upset, or if he says something to you for whatever reason, or acts badly, at that time don’t say anything even if you are in the right.  Leave it until he has calmed down, and then say what you have to.”  He also gave the exact same advice to my husband.
In the beginning I didn’t give this advice much importance.  Later upon reflection, I saw that indeed the root of many of the family disputes came back to this very issue.  Therefore, from then on, every time somebody has wanted advice about family issues, I have given them this very same advice of the Imam.
Narrated by Ayatullah Bani Fadhl: The simplicity of Imam’s house in Qom during his life was well known and was an indication of his contentment in the simplicity.  
It was well known that the bricks of the courtyard stairs were worn away.  A builder had advised: “Get a number of new bricks so that these worn away ones can be replaced.” 
Imam responded: “Instead of throwing away the old bricks, why not keep the same bricks but just turn them the other way round from their present position.  As long as the old bricks are useful, I don't see any reason to replace them.” The same old bricks were used to repair the courtyard stairs.
[From "Imam Khomeini - The Complete Man" - Translated by S.Merali and M.Raza]

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