Hazrat Ali Quotes about Hope

Hazrat Ali quotes about hope can lead us to a more positive and successful life. Islam has stressed on always being positive and hopeful in life. Allah has prohibited all the Muslims to be hopeless as whatever happens; Allah is always there to help and support its creation. When someone loses hope in life, he loses everything as he does not even want to try to eliminate the cause that has led him to become hopeless. Hopeless person is unable to do anything or achieve anything at all. That makes it very important to always be hopeful in life if you want to achieve your goals in this life as well as in afterlife.

Hazrat Ali quotes about hope can shed some light on the importance of hope and being hopeful. He has stated that we, being Muslim, should always have hope in Allah only. And whenever we are troubled by anything, we should ask for His help and forgiveness. He has further guided us that it is useless to just hope as in order to achieve the desired goals, we must perform the required actions as well. Without acting accordingly, hopes are useless and cannot do any good to anyone. He has said that we must be hopeful even in the darkest hours of our lives.

Given below are some of the popular quotes of Hazrat Ali (R.A)

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Do not let your difficulties fill you with anxiety; after all it is only in the darkest nights that stars shine more brightly.

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A hopeless man sees difficulties in every chance, but a hopeful person sees chances in every difficulty.

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Do not be among those people who want to gain good returns without working hard for it; who have long hopes and keep on postponing repentance and penance; who talk like pious persons but run after vicious pleasures.

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I want to teach you five of those things which deserve your greatest anxiety to acquire them: Have to hope only in Allah. Be afraid of nothing but sins. If you do not know a thing, never feel ashamed to admit ignorance. If you do not know a thing, never hesitate or feel ashamed to learn it. Acquire patience and endurance because their relation with true faith is that of a head to a body, a body is of no use without a head, similarly, true faith can be of no use without attributes of resignation, endurance, and patience.

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He is the wisest and the most knowing man who advises people not to lose hope and faith in the mercy of Allah and not to be too sure and over-confident of immunity from His wrath and punishment.

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Be more hopeful for that which you have no hope, compared to what you have some hope for. Moses, the son of Imran, left his town to ask for fire for his people but God spoke to him and he returned as a prophet. Saba, the queen of Sheba, left the town as an infidel but she became a Muslim when she met Solomon. Pharaoh’s magicians also were seeking honor for Pharaoh but they returned as believers.