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Imam Zayn ul-Abidin –Sajjad- (a.s) was received by Shibli when he was back from Hajj and the following dialogue occurred between them 2

The Imam: In that case, you did not really roam, walk, or frequent between Safa and Marwa. You then left for Mina,[191] did you not?

 

Shibli: Yes, I did.

 

The Imam: Did you intend to save people from your tongue (words), heart (ill intention), and hand (deeds)?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: In that case, you did not really leave for Mecca. You halted in Arafat, mounted Jabal al-Rahma (Mount Mercy), recognized Nemira Valley, and supplicated to Allah at al-Mil and Jamarat, did you not?

 

Shibli: Yes, I did.

 

The Imam: As you halted in Arafat, did you intend to recognize Allah, Glorified is He, and His knowledge, and recognize that He is holding on the record of your deeds and that He has full acquaintance with your hiddens and secrets?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you mounted Jabal al-Rahma, did you recognize that Allah would have mercy upon every believing man and woman and see to every Muslim male and female?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you were on Nemira,[192] did you recognize that your advices and warnings to people are fruitless unless they are originated from Allah’s instructions?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you stopped at al-Alam and an-Nemirat,[193] did you recognize that these signs would testify for your acts of obedience (to God) and would keep you like the Keeping Angels whose mission is to keep you according to Allah’s instructions?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: In that case, you did not really stop on Arafat, mount Jabal al-Rahma, recognize Nemira, supplicate to Allah, or stop at an-Nemirat. You passed by the Two Signs (al-Alamain)[194], offered a two-Rakat prayer before so, walked in Muzdelifa, picked up pebbles there, and passed by al-Mash’ar al-Haram,[195] did you not?

 

Shibli: Yes, I did.

 

The Imam: As you offered the prayer, did you intend it to be thanksgiving… that saves from every hardship and alleviates all difficulties?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you walked between the Two Signs without turning to right or left, did you intend not to turn away from the right religious with heart, tongue, or other organs?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you walked in Muzdelifa and picked up pebbles, did you intend to get rid of every act of disobedience and every item of ignorance and to fix in your behaviors every item of knowledge and good deed?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you passed by al-Mash’ar al-Haram, did you intend to carry in heart the slogan of the pious people and the God-fearing ones?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: In that case, you did not really pass by the Two Signs, offer a two-Rakat prayer, walk in al-Muzdelifa, pick up pebbles there, or pass by al-Mash’ar al-Haram. You reached in Mina, threw the pebbles (i.e. performed the Ramy al-Jamarat), had your hair cut, slaughtered your sacrificed animal, offered prayer in Kheif Mosque, returned to Mecca, and performed Tawaf al-Ifadha, did you not?

 

Shibli: Yes, I did.

 

The Imam: As you arrived in Mina and threw these pebbles, did you feel that you achieved your aim and that your Lord would settle all your needs?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you threw these pebbles, did you intend to stone Eblis, your enemy, and challenge him through your precious Hajj?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you shaved your head, did you intend to purify yourself from all filths and liabilities of people that lie on your shoulders, and to get rid of sins as if your mother had just given birth of you?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you offered prayer in Kheif Mosque, did you intend that you would never fear anything except Allah and the responsibilities of your (past) sins and that you would hope for nothing except Allah’s mercy?

 

Shibli: As you slaughtered your sacrificial animal, did you intend to cut off the throat of greed by clinging to the reality of piety, and to follow the exemplary tradition of Ibrahim (a.s) who intended to slaughter his dear son (so as to carry our God’s order)?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: As you returned to Mecca and performed Tawaf al-Ifadha, did you intent to supply yourself with Allah’s mercy, return to the obedience to Him, cling to His love, perform all His precepts, and seek nearness to Him?

 

Shibli: No, I did not.

 

The Imam: In that case, you neither reached Mina, nor did you throw these pebbles on Satan, nor did you shave your head, nor did you performe the rituals of the Hajj, nor did you offer prayer in Kheif Mosque, nor did you performe Tawaf al-Ifadha, nor did you offer sacrifice for the Lord. Go back, you did not perform Hajj.

 

As he heard these words, Shibli wept heavily for the shortcomings of his performance of Hajj and decided to perform idea Hajj the next year, and he did. [196]

 

IMAM SADIQ’S FULL INSTRUCTION ON HAJJ

 

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