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The tongue JOKING

Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Excessiveness in joking is foolishness.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Too much joking is a sign of ignorance.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
One who jokes [excessively] is taken lightly.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
One whose joking increases is deemed ignorant.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Whoever jokes too much is considered ignorant.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
One whose joking increases, his dignity diminishes.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
One whose joking is excessive is considered a fool.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
In impudence and excessive joking there is foolishness.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Everything has a seed, and the seed of enmity is joking.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Too much joking diminishes one’s reverence [and dignity].
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Whoever is overcome by jest, his intellect becomes corrupt.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Joking is a [cause of] separation that is followed by rancour.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
One whose joking increases, his reverence [and dignity] decreases.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Abandon [excessive] joking for indeed it is the conception of rancour.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Any time a person makes a joke, he parts with a portion of his intellect.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Too much joking takes away prestige and brings about enmity [and rancour].
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Do not make fun of a noble person such that he ends up bearing a grudge against you.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Whoever jokes a lot, his seriousness becomes ineffective [and is considered just another of his jokes].
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Beware of recalling that which was funny in the speech [of others], even if you narrate it from someone else.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Whoever jokes excessively will never be without one who bears a grudge against him and one who takes him lightly.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim
Imam Ali (P.B.U.H):
Never make fun of a friend thereby turning him into an enemy, or of an enemy thereby making him [want to] destroy you.
Ghurar Al-Hikam Wa Durar Al-Kalim