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The quest for knowledge is incumbent upon every Muslim… by virtue of it the Lord is obeyed and worshippped, consanguinal relations are maintained, and the lawful is distinguished from the prohibited. Knowledge leads to action and action follows it. The fortunate ones are inspired by it whereas the wretched ones are deprived of it.
Amali al-Tusi, p. ۴۸۸, no. ۱۰۶۹
Knowledge is such a dignified thing that he who is not proficient at it claims to be so, and one is pleased for it to be attributed to him. And ignorance is such a rebuked thing that even the one who possesses it claims to be free of it.
Munyat al-Murid, p. ۱۱۰
Knowledge is not (acquired) through extensive learning. Rather, it is the light that God sends in the heart of whomever He wishes to guide.
Al-Majlisi, Bihar al Anwar, vol. 1, p. 179
A person setting forth for the acquisition of knowledge is like the one who struggles in the way of God.
Al-Majlisi, Bihar al Anwar, vol. 67, p. 140