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  1. Ibn Rajab رحمه الله said: “Some of the Salaf would ask Allāah in their prayers for everything, even when they needed salt for the dough and fodder for the sheep.” ●[Jāmi Uloom wal-Hikam 2/39]
  2. قال ابن رجب الحنبلي : المعاصي سبب للبعد و الطرد، كما أن الطاعات أسباب للقرب و الود. Disobedience is the cause of being made distant and being expelled just like obedience is the cause of [His] proximity and love.
  3. Yaḥyā b. Abī Kathīr رحمه الله said: It used to be said, “People have never honoured themselves with anything [better] than the obedience of Allāh, and they have never dishonoured themselves with anything [worse] than disobedience to Allāh.” محاسبة النفس
  4. Me: Runs for 2 mins My heart: If you don't stop I will. :D
  5. Shaykh Yunus Jownpuri رحمه الله: Make 3 intentions when you marry: 1)Following the sunnah of the prophet ﷺ 2)Protecting your chastity 3)Increasing the Ummah (ملفوظات مع مختصر سوانح بروايت مولانا يوسف شبير)
  6. Ibn Qayyim رحمه الله Some of them said: “Al Ikhlaas (sincerity) is that you do not seek other than Allah as a witness for your actions, nor (do you seek) a compensator other than Him”.
  7. Ibn al-Qayyim رحمه الله said: “The strangest of things is to know Him ﷻ yet not love Him, and that you hear the caller [to salah] but fail to respond, and that you know of the profit to be gained from dealing with Him, yet prefer dealing with others.⠀ That you recognize that severity of His anger, yet oppose Him. That you taste the misery and anguish in disobeying Him, yet abstain from seeking the delight found within obeying Him. ⠀ How can you sense the hollowness in your heart when incessantly delving into trivial speech yet not long for it to be relieved through his remembrance. ⠀ How can you experience the sorrow and agony in attaching your heart to other than Him, yet not seek solace in Him and turn back to Him?". ⠀ ‎And even stranger yet, is that you know that you’re in dire need of Him ﷻ, yet turn away from Him and take part in all that distances you from Him. (Istifhan)
  8. Great marriages don't happen by luck or by accident. They are the result of a consistent investment of time, thoughtfulness, forgiveness, affection, prayer, mutual respect and a rock-solid commitment between a husband and wife. (Mawlānā Ahmed Dockrat)
  9. Temporary pleasure, permanent loss - is it worth it? Al-Imām ibn al-Qayyim said: “How can he be considered an intellectual, he who sells Paradise and all that it contains, for one hour of passing pleasure...?” [Al-Fawāid | Page 45]
  10. NO EXCUSES FOR REMAINING IGNORANT Ar-Ramlī, the Shāfi'ī, rahimahullāh said: من لم يكن يعلم ذَا فليسأل ... من لم يجد ‌معلما ‌فليرحل Let him who does not know ask (the scholars) ... And let him who does not find a teacher travel (to places where he can find a teacher) [الزبد في الفقه الشافعي، دار المعرفة - بيروت، ٨]
  11. Lost Time Never Returns! 📘: Value of Time, Sh. 'Abdul Fattāḥ Abū Ghuddah Courtesy: siblings of ilm
  12. Some of the Righteous Predecessors used to supplicate: اللهم أعزني بطاعتك ولا تذلني بمعصيتك "O Allāh, honour me with Your obedience, & do not humiliate me with Your disobedience." [الموسوعة الفقهية ج.٣٨ ص.٢١٠]
  13. Ibn al-Qayyim said: "Be children of the hereafter and don't be children of the worldly life, for verily the child follows the mother." ● [كتاب الفوائد للإمام ابن القيم صفحة ٤٤٦]
  14. Imam Birgivi (Rahimahullah) “To be annoyed at yourself because you have been lax in worship or you realize that you have sinned is correct, so long as it is not excessive. When your anger leads you to decide to redeem yourself by good actions and extra prayers, it is commendable.”
  15. Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
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