This is an extract from the Sermon of Imam Ali (a) explaining the attitudes of those who fear God and lead their lives in this world as passengers in this temporary world.
Taqwa (تقوى taqwā / taqwá ) is an Islamic term for being conscious and cognizant of God, of truth, of the rational reality, "piety, fear of God". It is often found in the Quran. In spiritual terminology, piety is a virtue which may include religious devotion, spirituality, or a mixture of both. A common element in most conceptions of piety is humility.
This is an extract from the sermon of Imam Ali (a) in Nahjul Balaghah explaining the attitudes of those fear God.
In this presentation, a narration from Imam Ali (a) has been quoted in which he talks about the qualities of the God-fearing and pious people.
This presentation explains that when knowledge enters the heart, there are other virtues that come with it..