Munājāt al-shākirīn (Arabic: مُناجاتُ الشّاکِرین, The Whispered Prayer of the Thankful) is one of The Fifteen Whispered Prayers attributed to Imam al-Sajjad (a). It is narrated in al-Sahifa al-sajjadiyya al-thaniya, Bihar al-anwar, and Mafatih al-jinan. Allama al-Majlisi has mentioned that this supplication is to be recited on Wednesdays.
- Our inability to fully thank God due to the uninterrupted flow of His graciousness, the flood of His bounty, the succession of His kind acts, and the continuous rush of His benefits
- We even fail to thank God to the extent of our ability.
- The fact that God does not disappoint those who expect His mercy
- Counting some of the spiritual blessings
- Likening the light of faith to adorning clothes and divine mercy to crowns
- The fact that God's blessings are innumerable and beyond human imagination
- The fact that every act of thanksgiving itself is a blessing from God for which one has to give thanks