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An Invocation For a Journey

‘Ali b. ‘Urwa al-Ahwazi narrated from al-Daylami from Dawud al-Raqqi from Musa b. Jafar, peace be upon him, who said: ‘Whoever is on a journey (al-safar) and fears thieves (al-lusus) and predatory animals (al-sab’), let him write on the mane (al-’urf) of his beast: Fearing not overtaking, neither afraid (20:77). He will be safe, Allah, the Mighty and Sublime, willing.’

Dawud al-Raqqi said: ‘I performed the Hajj, and when we were in the desert, a group of Bedouins way laid the caravan in which I was. I wrote on the mane of my camel (al-jamal): Fearing not overtaking, neither afraid (20:77). By Him Who sent Muhammad, blessings of Allah on him and his family, with the Prophethood, bestowed on him the Message, and honored Amir al-Muminin with the Imamate, not one of them challenged me and Allah made them blind (a’ma) to me.’

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