A Muslim clergy should be pious and attracted to God, Imam Khomeini explained

A Muslim clergy should be pious and attracted to God, Imam Khomeini explained

A Muslim clergy should be pious and attracted to God, the Most Exalted, the Most High, whole­heartedly so that he will be able to educate society

A Muslim clergy should be pious and attracted to God, the Most Exalted, the Most High, whole­heartedly so that he will be able to educate society. He should, first be trained in order to be able to train society. (June 26, 1979)

A person who is well-educated but his knowledge is not accompanied with a purgation of his ethics and spiritual training, will do more harm to his country and to his people than those who have no knowledge. (June 27, 1981)

All the Prophets' trainings, teachings, knowledge and purposes were centered on ‘human being’. They have all been assigned to train true human beings and to elevate mankind from this natural status to the lofty and high position of the supernatural and the heavens. Mankind, itself, is the main purpose of the assignment of the Prophets. (June 28, 1979)

The most dangerous and the staunchest enemy of human being is the 'self'. No other enemy is more detrimental than this enemy. (June 28, 1979)

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