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«Losing time is harder than death, as losing time keeps you away from Allah and the Hereafter, while death keeps you away from the worldly life and your people.»— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim (rahimahullah)

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«The beneficial gift is a statement a man gifts to his Muslim brother.»— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim (rahimahullah)

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«The road to Allaah is free from those who have doubt, and those who give in to their lusts. It is full of those having certainty and patience. They are like guideposts along the road.»— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim (rahimahullah

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«I have not seen someone like Imam Ahmad; we accompanied him for fifty years and he never boasted to us about anything of good he was upon.»— Yahyah Ibn Ma’een (rahimahullah)

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«He who remembers the consequence of sins, surely patience will become easy for him.»— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim (rahimahullah)

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«How many deeds few in number have become many by way of the niyyah (intention) and how many deeds great in number have been made insignificant due to a (faulty) intention.»— Ibn al-Mubaarak (rahimahullah)

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«Preserve your gatherings from the mention of women and food [i.e., mentioning of his desires] for indeed I hate a man who describes his private parts and his stomach.»— Ahnaf Ibn Qays

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Imaam Maalik said to Imaam ash-Shaafi’ee (may Allaah have mercy on them both), ‘I see that Allaah has placed light in your heart so do not extinguish it with the darkness of disobedience.’

 

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When there is money in your hand and not in your heart, it will not harm you even if it is a lot; and when it is in your heart, it will harm you even if there is none in your hands.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim (rahimahullah), [Madaarij al-Saalikeen, 1/463

 

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Knowledge is joined to action and action is the fruit of knowledge. So knowledge without action is like a tree without fruit; there is no benefit in it. And knowledge was sent down to bring about action.— Shaykh Saalih ibn al-Fawzaan al-Fawzaan (hafidhaullaah), [sharh al-Usool ith-Thalaathah]

 

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Knowledge cannot be acquired except through learning, and learning requires care and attention, and effort, and time, and it requires understanding, and it requires attentiveness of the heart – this is learning.— Shaykh Saalih ibn al-Fawzaan al-Fawzaan (hafidhaullaah), [sharh al-Usool ith-Thalaathah

 

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The rectitude of five lie in five: The rectitude of a child lies in the study-room. The rectitude of a youth lies in (seeking and acquiring) knowledge. The rectitude of the mature, middle-aged man lies in the masjid. The rectitude of a woman is in her house. And the rectitude of one who harms others is in the prison.— Al-Hakeem al-Tirmidhi, [siyar A'laam an-Nubalaa (13/441)]

 

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The most virtuous of affairs is to increase in knowledge, for indeed the one who limits himself to what he knows and considers it sufficient will become opinionated; and exalting himself will become an obstacle for him in benefiting and his error will become clarified for him through revision. And it may be that he was exalted within himself and was not bold enough to repel it.— Ibn ul-Jawzi (rahimahullah), [saydul-Khaatir

 

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Whatever Allaah has decreed for His believing slave is a blessing even if that is in the

form of withholding; it is a favour even if that is in the form of a trial, and the calamity decreed by him is fair even if it us painful.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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Between the eyes and the heart there is a connection which means that the one is affected by the other, and if one of them becomes good, the other will also become good, and if one becomes corrupt the other will become corrupt. If the heart becomes corrupt the gaze will become corrupt, and if the gaze become corrupt the heart will become corrupt, and similarly if one is sound the other will also be sound.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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As for the five things that corrupt the heart, they are those that are referred to: mixing too much with people, wishful thinking, being attached to anything other than Allaah, eating one’s fill, and sleeping. These five are the greatest corrupters of the heart.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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Everyone falls short of his wisdom and knowledge sometimes. If this life brought him an increase in money, he becomes happy and elated. Meanwhile, the nights and the days keep decreasing his life term, but he does not become sad on account of this decrease. What good will the increases in wealth bring, when the life-term is ever decreasing?— Abu ad-Dardaa

 

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Whenever our knowledge of Allaah is perfect, we will love Him more perfectly. Therefore the perfection of blessing and pleasure in Hereafter can be traced back to knowledge and love.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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If the blaze of revenge is derived from the blaze of wrath (anger), the wrathful will burn first.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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Return to Allah and seek Him in your eye, ear, heart and tongue and do not forget to seek Him in these four ways. Whoever obeys Him is doing so concerning these four and whoever does not, is also doing so by means of these four.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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