Yaa Man Arjoho Le Kulle Khair - After daily prayers يامَنْ أَرْجُوهُ | Ahlul Bayt Duas and Supplications

يامَنْ أَرْجُوهُ لِكُلِّ خَيْرٍ وَآمَنُ سَخَطَهُ عِنْدَ كُلِّ شَرٍّ، يامَنْ يُعْطِي الكَثيرَ بِالقَلِيلِ، يامَنْ يُعْطِي مَنْ سَأَلَهُيامَنْ يُعْطِي مَنْ لَمْ يَسأَلْهُ وَمَنْ لَمْ يَعْرِفْهُ تَحَنُّنا مِنْهُ وَرَحْمَةً ؛ أَعْطِنِي بِمَسأَلَتِي إِيّاكَ جَمِيعَ خَيْرِ الدُّنْيا وَجَمِيعَ خَيْرِ الآخرةِ، واصْرِفْ عَنِّي بِمَسْأَلَتِي إِيَّاكَ جَمِيعَ شَرِّ الدُّنْيا وَشَرِّ الآخرةِ فَإِنَّهُ غَيْرُ مَنْقُوصٍ ماأَعْطَيْتَ وَزِدْنِي مِنْ فَضْلِكَ ياكَرِيمُ
ياذا الجَلالِ وَالاِكْرامِ ياذَا النَّعَماءِ وَالجُودِ ياذَا المَنِّ وَالطَّوْلِ حَرِّمْ شَيْبَتِي عَلى النَّار


The following du`a is recommended after the daily obligatory prayers in the month of Rajab. The du`a, according to Shaykh `Abbas Qummi in Mafateehul Jinaan has been taught by Imam Ja`far as-Sadiq (a). Sayyid Ibn Tawus has narrated that Muhammad ibn Dhakwan—known as ‘al-Sajjad’ due to his remarkable, long prostration during which he used to weep so heavily that he lost his sight—asked Imam Ja`far al-Sadiq (a.s), saying, “May Allah accept me as ransom for you! We are now in Rajab; please teach me a supplication due to which Almighty Allah may help me.” Hence, the Imam (a.s) asked him to write down the following dua:
O Allah, bless Muhammad and his household.
O He from whom I can hope for all goodness And I am safe from His anger at every evil.
O He who gives a lot in exchange of a little.
O He who gives to one who asks Him.
O He who gives to one who does not ask Him and does not know Him,
Out of His affection and mercy.
Give me, for my request is only to You alone, All the good of this world and all the good of the Hereafter.
Keep away from me, for my request is only to You alone, All the evil of this world and the evil of the Hereafter. For indeed it is not diminishing what is given by You. Increase (for) me from Your bounty, O The Generous.
(Then the 6th Imam held his beard in his left hand and gave a movement to the index finger in his right hand saying :)
O The Sublime and The Distinguished,
O The Bountiful and The Magnanimous,
O the Gracious and the Mighty,
Save my grey hairs of the beard from the fire (of Hell).