Admonish your brother (comrade) by good deeds and kind regards, and ward off his evil by favouring him.
You have been shown, if you only care to see; you have been advised if you care to take advantage of advice; you have been told if you care to listen to good counsels.
You are ordained to recognize the Imams (the right successors of the Holy Prophet) and to obey them.
Accept promises of only those persons who can stead- fastly-adhere to their pledges.
One who assents or subsribes to the actions of a group or a party is as good as having committed the deed himself. A man who joins a sinful deed makes himself responsible for two-fold punishments, one for doing the deed and the other for assenting and subscribing to it.
Everyone, who is born, has to die and once dead he is as good as having not come into existence.
Everyone has an end, it may be pleasant or sorrowful.
One who does not realize his own value is condemned to utter failure. (Every kind of complex, superiority or inferiority is harmful to man).
A man can be valued through his sayings.
Defend your faith (in God) with the help of charity. Protect your wealth with the aid of Zakat. Let the prayers guard you from calamities and disasters.
Many persons get nothing out of their fasts but hunger and thirst, many more get nothing out of their night prayers but exertions and sleepless nights. Wise and sagacious persons are praiseworthy even if they do not fast and sleep during the nights.
Grant of patience (from God) is in proportion to the extent of calamity you are passing through. If you exhibit fretfulness, irritation, and despair in calamities, then your patience and your exertions are wasted.
One of the conveniences in life is to have less children.
He who practices moderation and frugality will never be threatened with poverty.
Aid (from God) is in proportion to the trouble.