Is it right to command others to good deeds and avoid bad deeds whilst being in a state of arrogance? The Grand Ayatollah Khamenei’s answer

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SHAFAQNA – The Grand Ayatollah Khamenei answered a question about commanding others to good deeds and avoiding bad deeds.

Question: Is it right to command others to good deeds and avoid bad deeds whilst being in a state of arrogance?

The Grand Ayatollah Khamenei: Arrogance is not an obstacle to command to good deeds; of course it is appropriate that someone who commands other to do good deeds, does not consider himself/herself to be superior to someone who has committed a bad deed, because although a person may have committed a sin to God’s dissatisfaction, but the sinner may have qualities which for their sake, that person is liked by God; and it is also possible that the one who commands to good deeds, has characteristics which for their sake, he/she is disliked intensely by God.

Source: PERSIAN SHAFAQNA

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