Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine has a very different atmosphere these days, turning into a meeting place for those failing to participate in Arba’een rally.
Mourning groups and large number of pilgrims and mourners of Imam Hussein (AS) took into the streets ending in Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine and had their mourning ceremonies there.
Hoj. Mohsen Kafi, lecturer of Arba’een ceremony in Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine, said: “Inopportune judgment is one of the main problems of the society rampant in almost all times despite the fact that Islam has designated it as an act paving the way for corruption”.
Noting that such judgments originate from suspicions, Kafi said: “Suspicion means having a bad mentality about others’ thoughts and acts and having a pessimistic view on everything in a way that other people’s words and behaviors be considered negatively”.
Lecturer of the holy shrine went on to say: “Not taking into account those thoughts created by sources other than full certainty is Qur’an’s solution to inopportune judgment”.
Introducing suspicion as the biggest obstacle for fulfillment of social cooperation, he added, “Suspicion will take the man toward isolation and corruption”.
“Envy can be a negative result of the suspicion as envious person wants to decline others’ status”, Kafi continued.
He added: “Researchers have introduced five factors behind showing suspicion. Paying attention to the appearance of each phenomenon only, having too much expectation from people around, being envious, being in touch with malicious people, and having malice conscience”.
Concluding his remarks, Kafi referred to haste as another factor triggering inopportune judgment, saying, “Not being able to control hastiness will lead to imminent remorse and this negative attribute deviates the man from his main route of life”.