Relief And Waiting For Relief

Relief and waiting for relief-الفَرَج واِنتظار الفرج

1. The more restricting [and difficult] the hardship, the closer the relief.

1ـ أضْيَقُ ما يَكُونُ الحَرَجُ أقْرَبُ ما يَكُونُ الفَرَجُ.

2. The time when relief is closest is when the affair becomes unbearable.

2ـ أقْرَبُ ما يَكُونُ الفَرَجُ عِنْدَ تَضايُقِ الأمْرِ.

3. When the openings [and ways] get blocked, the rays of relief begin to appear.

3ـ عِنْدَ اِنْسِدادِ الفُرَجِ تَبْدُومَطالِـعُ الفَرَجِ.

4. When the difficulties reach their peak, there is hope for relief.

4ـ عِنْدَ تَناهِي الشَّدائِدِ يَكُونُ تَوَقُّعُ الفَرَجِ.

5. The first act of worship is waiting for relief with patience.1

5ـ أوَّلُ العِبادَةِ اِنْتِظارُ الفَرَجِ بِالصَّبْرِ.

6. Expecting relief is one of the two comforts.

6ـ تَوَقُّعُ الفَرَجِ إحْدىَ الراحَتَيْنِ.

  • 1. ‘Waiting for the relief’ is also used to mean waiting for the reappearance of the Mahdi (‘a) as he will bring relief and justice to the oppressed believers.