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Some of the valuable Islamic quotes : ✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿✿ 1) Charity averts impending calamities.✿ 2) Wish not for death before its time comes.✿ 3) Paradise lies at the feet of your mother.✿

Asalamu'alaikum   "It used to be said when winter came: 'O people of the Qur'an, the night has become long so you can pray (more) and the day has become short for you to fast.' "   ~‘Ubayd b. ‘Um

Asalamu'alaikum     What is this world but a dream that a sleeper sees - he delights in it for a few moments, and then wakes up to face reality.   ~Hasan Al-Basree.

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"The one who is not afflicted with sadness and grief should fear being from the people of the Fire because (Allah says in the Qur'an that) the people of Paradise will say: •►"Praise be to Allah Who removed from us sadness..." [surah al-Fatir, 45:34]


- Ibrahim al-Taymi

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A strong person is not the one who doesn't cry. A strong person is one who is quiet and sheds tears for a moment, and then picks up her sword and fights again..

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“If one gets too used to constant praise, flattery, and compliments, criticism will become difficult for them to accept even if it’s friendly advice, given in a soft manner…or even if it’s the simple, plain truth!” – Sh. Salman al-Oadah

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“If a person is sincere towards Allah in all his affairs, Allah will give him more than He gives to others, and this sincerity results from true love of Allah and true trust in Him. So the most sincere of people is the one who loves Allah most and puts the most trust in Him.” ♥

~Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim (rahimahullah)

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‘Umar Ibn ‘Abdil-‘Azeez (rahimahullah) said:

“Taqwaa is not fasting by day and standing for prayers by night. 
But taqwaa is to desert/leave what Allah has forbidden and to fulfill what He has commanded - and whoever puts forth goodness after that, then that is khair upon khair.”

(Jaami’ ‘Uloom Wal Hikam, by Ibn Rajb p. 170)

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Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal recorded from Muhammad bin Abi `Amirah, who was one of the Companions of the Messenger of Allah . He said, 

=►❝If a servant fell down on his face (in prostration) from the day that he was born until the day he died as an old man, in obedience to Allah, he would scorn this act on the Day of Judgement. He would wish to be returned to this life so that he could earn more reward and compensation.❞

[Ahmad 4:185]

  
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Ibn al-Dunya mentioned that the prophet Dawood (alayhi salam) asked Allah;"What is the least of your blessings?"

Allah revealed to him, "O Dawood, take a breath." Dawood did so,and Allah told him, "That is the least of My Blessings on you." ♥

[Excerpt from Patience and Gratitude by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah, pg. 70]

  
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Ibn Taymiyyah (may Allah have mercy on him) said:

"Verily, Allah helps a
just country even if it is a disbelieving one, and He does not help a
wrong-doing country even if it is a Muslim one. It is through justice that men
are made noble and wealth is made abundant."

Al-Bidaayah Wan-Nihaayah
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Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal recorded from Muhammad bin Abi `Amirah, who was one of the
Companions of the Messenger of Allah . He said,

=►❝If a servant fell
down on his face (in prostration) from the day that he was born until the day he
died as an old man, in obedience to Allah, he would scorn this act on the Day of
Judgement. He would wish to be returned to this life so that he could earn more
reward and compensation.❞

[Ahmad 4:185]

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  1. "The sins that you do in private kills
    the heart more than the sins that you do in public, because it means that you
    value the eyes of the people more than you value the sight of Allah. You are
    more worried about people catching you sinning than Allah seeing
    you."

    -Imam Ibn Qudamah 

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