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As-Sahifa Al-Kamilah Al-Sajjadiyya

The Psalms of Islam

A collection of supplications and whispered prayers composed by the great-grandson of the Prophet (s). Includes supplication for the Coming of the Month of Ramadhan, and supplication for Bidding Farewell to the Month of Ramadhan. At the end there is also the famous Treatise on Rights that explains beautifully the rights in an Islamic point of view.



michaeldonaldal... Sun, 10/12/2014 - 22:46


My journey to the true Islam, the Islam of the Ahlul-Bayt (a.s.) , started when I first read the book "Then I was Guided" and that book led me to discovering such books as Nahjul-Balagha and As-Sahifa Sajjadiya. Truly this book has no equal in its love and intimacy for Allah. It brings me so much joy that I am able to access this and other such books here on your website and I pray Allahu ta 'ala rewards you greatly for making this information available to the whole world and to this most poor slave of Allah.

As a convert to Islam, my very first teachers were Sunni muqallideen of the Hanafi Madhdhab and were Talibeen of the Qadri Tariqah. So , naturally , my most earliest learning of Islam was from a purely Sunni perspective. I had learned most of the Usoolid-deen and the the Furududdeen before I began studies in Tasawwuf. It was at that stage in my learning that I became aware of the source of Tasawwuf and a million questions entered my mind concerning just exactly what was the rule of the Ahlul-Bayt (a.s.) in Islam. Needless to say , none of my teachers were able to give me any reasonable explanations as to why , if the Ahlul-Bayt (a.s.) possessed such profound esoteric knowledge of Islam, why wasn't their teachings in fiqh, Aqa'idah and exoteric Islam not preserved. My learning of Tasawwuf lead me into a thorough study of the lives and history of the A'immah (a.s.) and that lead me to even more questions about all of what I had been learning for nearly 15 years. It was only after my discovery of the book "Then I was guided" had I come to realize how wrong I and my teachers had really been. It was like I was only discovering true Islam for the first time in my life, even though I had been reading the Qur'an for nearly 15 years by then.

At any rate, I am so grateful for brothers like for making these great works of our A'immah (a.s.) available to poor slaves like myself. Were it not for the love that brothers like these bothers have for the teachings of our Aimmah (a.s.) it would be almost impossible for someone like myself to gain the true knowledge of Islam. May Allah reward you all manifold for all your efforts.