Commit Any Sin You Wish
A man came to the chief of martyrs, Imam al-Husayn (peace be upon him) and said, “I am a man who commits sins, and I do not have the patience and power to restrain myself. So, advise me.”
He (peace be upon him) replied, “Do five things and commit any sin you wish.
First, do not eat any of the sustenance (rizq) of Allah and then commit any sin you wish.
Secondly, leave the dominion of Allah and then perform any sin you like.
Thirdly, seek a place where Allah does not see you and commit any sin you please.
Fourthly, when the angel of death comes to take your soul, repel him from yourself and do any sin you may please.
Fifthly, when Malik (the angel who governs Hell) makes you enter the fire, do not enter the fire and commit any sin you wish.”
(Bihar ul-Anwar vol 78, page 126)