Hazrat Ali Quotes about Fate

Hazrat Ali quotes about fate can brilliantly describe all about the fate that we should know. Fate, destiny or fortune is an important part of Islamic beliefs. By believing in fate, we actually believe that Allah is the creator of all the things and he knows everything. We believe that nothing can exist and nothing can be done outside Allah’s will. We basically believe and accept the supremacy of Allah, the Almighty. He knows the best that what is good for us and what is not. He only allows us the things that are good for us but restrains us from the things that are harmful.

Hazrat Ali quotes about fate can inspire us and make us true believers by explaining the fate. He has explained that everything and everyone that exists in this universe and beyond is the creation of Allah. Nothing can happen if He does not desire so. And no one can stop it from happening if it is His will to make it happen. A person can receive only the things that are in his fate. He cannot receive more than his fate. A strong belief in fate helps us to completely submit ourselves to Allah. It will lead us to a pleasant and content life not just in this world but the Afterlife as well.

Followings are some of the most popular and inspiring quotes of Hazrat Ali (R.A) about fate and destiny for your reference:

1

“Our affairs are attached to the destiny decreed by Allah, even our best plans may lead us to destruction.”

2

“Only those are the affairs that can be done that are written in the fate. No contractions can work against fate.”

3

“There are many rich and wealthy people that are not cared by anybody and there are many poor who are desired by everyone.”

4

“Look out for your thoughts, for they will become your words. Look out for your words, for they will become your actions. Look out for your actions, for they will become your habits. Look out for your habits, for they will become your character. Look out for your character, for they will become your fate.”

5

“There are many livelihood seekers who stay deprived of it and there are many such people who do not look for it but they receive bread and butter even if they are sitting at home.”

6

“Undoubtedly, you cannot live more than the decided time (by Allah the Almighty) of your death and neither can you receive the things that are not destined to you. Thus, you unfortunate, against whom you turn yourself hardhearted? It is for sure that if your self-desires vanquish you, it will destruct your Afterlife. And it will put you in such an affliction that has no demarcation. It will embrangle you in such an adversity that has no hopes of ending.”

7

“Undoubtedly, if you are contented with the fate Allah has chosen for you, you will live a life pleasurably, and you will not have to worry about people.”