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The land of nature is wide and accepts whatever is going to be planted in it. If you plant a tree of faith and piety, it will give the sweetness of the Hereafter and if you plant a tree of ignorance and desire, it will give bitter fruit.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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Generosity is one of the Attributes of Allah (Exalted be He); He gives and does not take; He feeds and is not fed; and He is the Most Generous One. The most beloved to Him is whoever acquires the same traits; He is Generous and He loves the generous; He is Knowledgeable and He loves the knowledgeable; He is Powerful and He loves the courageous; and He is Beautiful and He loves beauty.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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The most precious reward during life is to busy yourself with most suitable and useful matters in their exact and suitable time.

How can he be rational who sells Paradise and what is in it, for one hour of passing pleasure?— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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Afflictions are but trials by which the faithful are distinguished from the unfaithful, and if you were to succeed therein, they would be turned to supporters by which you could attain your objective.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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It was said to al-Hasan : People that did good deeds preceded us (likened to those who are riding good horses) while we are as if riding donkeys. He said, ‘If you are walking on the right way, you will catch up with them quickly.’— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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Verily, when Allah withholds, He actually gives, because He did not withhold on account of miserliness or stinginess, but rather He looked at the benefit of the servant. So the fact that He withheld is actually His choice for the servant and His excellent decision.— Sufyaan ath-Thawree

 

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Everyone will pass through times of sleep and neglect (following his lusts), but do not sink into sleep as the morning of the hereafter is close at hand.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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The sea of pleasures may drown its owner and the swimmer fears to open his eyes under the water.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim (rahimahullah), [al-Fawaaid (English Translation : A Collection of Wise Sayings), page 66]

 

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What is the worth of the religion to you? What is Allah’s pleasure and Paradise worth to you? What is Allah’s Hell and wrath worth to you? Flee with your religion, for Paradise and Hell are in front of you.— Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhaab

 

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First, do not be hasty. Do not speak except after verification for lying is abundant. Second, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to know the individual hypocrites but he would accept their outward deeds and leave their inward aspects to Allah.— Muhammad ibn Abdul Wahhaab

 

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If you mean that you want me to remain silent in the presence of disbelief and hypocrisy… you should not make such a request. And there is no obedience to anyone in a matter of disobedience to Allah.

 

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Associate with, and keep the company of those who are forgiving and merciful [to others], for indeed they are the most soft and tender hearted of people.— ‘Awn ibn ‘Abdullaah

 

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O you who spends his lifetime in disobeying his Lord! No one amongst your enemies is wicked to you than you are to yourself.— Imam Ibn ul-Qayyim

 

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If you

find yourself in a time when speech is accepted as knowledge and knowledge is accepted as deeds [instead of putting it into practice], then you are in the worst time and with the worst people.— Abu Hazim al-Ashja’i

 

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