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1. Inability accompanied by espousing goodness is better than power accompanied by embarking on evil.

1ـ اَلْعَجْزُ مَعَ لُزُومِ الخَيْـرِ خَيْـرٌ مِنَ القُدْرَةِ مَعَ رُكُوبِ الشَّـرِّ.

2. Inability is waste.

2ـ اَلعَجْزُ إضاعَةٌ.

3. Inability is ruin.

3ـ اَلعَجْزُ مَضْيَعَةٌ.

4. Inability is a cause of loss.

4ـ اَلعَجْزُ سَبَبُ التَّضْييعِ.

5. Inability is the worst riding mount.

5ـ اَلعَجْزُ شَـرُّ مَطِيَّة.

6. Inability bears the fruit of destruction.

6ـ اَلعَجْزُ يُثْمِرُ الهَلَكَةَ.

7. Inability makes enemies covetous.

7ـ اَلعَجْزُ يُطْمِعُ الأَعْداءَ.

8. The fruit of inability is losing what is sought.

8ـ ثَمَرَةُ العَجْزِ فَوْتُ الطَّلَبِ.

9. Inability [and failure] is [in] occupying yourself with that which has been guaranteed for you instead of that which has been made obligatory upon you, and abandoning contentment with what you have been given.

9ـ اَلعَجْزُ اِشْتِغالُكَ بِالمَضْمُونِ لَكَ عَنِ المَفْرُوضِ عَلَيْكَ وتَرْكُ القَناعَةِ بِما أُوتيتَ.