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The Fate of a Rich Girl Who Marries a Simple Cleric

If you are a rich girl and this poverty and indigence becomes the routine of your life together, what will happen to your belief, patience and morality? What if you are going to get something bigger in exchange for patience over poverty?

Ijtihadnet. Suppose you are the daughter of a rich family in Tabriz, you marry a simple cleric, and you go with him to Najaf to continue his education. Consider the heat and homesick of Najaf, God will give you a child. Then this child dies! Gives birth again, dies in infancy! The third child also dies… !! This is while poverty is gripping you, to the extent that you are selling furniture one by one, even a bed!

If you are a rich girl and this poverty and indigence becomes the routine of your life together, what will happen to your belief, patience and morality? What if you are going to get something bigger in exchange for patience over poverty?

The role and position of Allamah Tabatabai’s wife always makes me think. Allamah had said about her: “I beholden Al-Mizan writing to him” !! Or “I could not have continued my education if it were not for my wife’s amazing patience.” Amazing patience!! Writing Al-Mizan!! Allamah has neither compliments nor exaggerations.

Allamah had said somewhere, “When she (my wife) greeted Lady Masoumeh in Qom, I heard the Lady’s answer. “Also, when she read the Zīyārat Āshūrā, I heard that Imam Hussein (as) replying her Salām!”. He aqain said that, when I was doing research, she did not talk to me and tried to create a calm environment for me, not to break my line of thought, she opened my room every hour and quietly bring me a tea and leave.

The late Allamah really loved and respected his faithful wife.

After her death, the late Allamah visited her grave every day for a long time and cried in her absence Incredibly, and this mutual love surprised everyone.

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