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The Philosophy of Supplication

Summary
The Philosophy of Supplication (فلسفه دعا) is a famous Islamic/Iranian prayer, Written by Ali Shariati. It is written in poetic tense and regards the human life and a human's relation with God. The prayer ends with stating: :{| border="0" |--- | "You teach me how to live; I shall learn how to die." |--- |} Note that every verse of this poetic prayer begins with "My Lord." For example, lines begin, "My Lord, give me the capability to tolerate an opposing point of view." and "My Lord, give me absolute submission through faith (iman), so that in the world, I may be in absolute rebellion." See also The War Prayer
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