Imam Ali Quotes about Results

Imam Ali quotes about results can help us to understand it in a better way. Each and every action of ours has a consequence and result. Throughout our whole lives, we do certain things. Some of us just do it without thinking about anything. But they should always remember one thing that every action has a consequence. A bad deed cannot result in anything good to the person or to the world. A bad deed has bad results and a good deed can result in good.  Before doing anything, we should always have the probable results in our sight.

Imam Ali quotes about results are inspiring and guide us to understand it well enough. Whenever we are going to do something, we should have its possible results in focus. It can help us to avoid doing bad deeds to the people and will help us to focus on doing good to the world. He has told us that if we want to succeed, we should always properly think and then plan. We can achieve good results only if we think it through. Acting in haste, without any thoughts and plans can result only in failure. Following quotes of Imam Ali (R.A) can help us to understand the importance of our actions and their results.


“Failures are often the results of timidity and fears; disappointments are the results of bashfulness; hours of leisure pass away like summer-clouds, therefore, do not waste opportunity of doing good.”


“Success is the result of foresight and resolution, foresight depends upon deep thinking and planning and the most important factor of planning is to keep your secrets to yourself.”


“Remember a man receives the reward according to actions he has done in this world because in the next world only the result of such deeds as he has done during his lifetime shall reach him.”


“Keep a complete control over your temper and anger because I never found anything more beneficial at the end and producing more good results than such a control.”


“This vicious world will try to turn a man away from religion and from having faith in the Hereafter. And when a worldly-minded person grasp a little of it, it always opens before him vistas of false hopes, ambitions, temptations and greed, so that he is never satisfied with what he has grabbed and will always covet for more. The result often is that he loses what he has already amassed and his plans do not work out. If you take a lesson from the past then you can guard your future very well.”


“You must take care not to cut yourself off from the public. Do not place a curtain of false prestige between you and those over whom you rule. Such pretensions and show of pomp and pride are in reality manifestations of inferiority complex and vanity. The result of such an attitude is that you remain ignorant of the conditions of your subjects and of the actual cases of the events occurring in the State.”


“Allah was being disobeyed, Satan was given support and Belief had been forsaken. As a result the pillars of religion fell down, its traces could not be discerned, its passages had been destroyed and its streets had fallen into decay.”