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    “I never saw a better admonisher than the grave, or anything more satisfying than a book, or anything safer than lack of socialization.” - ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abd al-’Aziz bin ‘Umar bin ‘Abd al-’Aziz

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    Imam ash-Shaafi`ee - rahimahullaah - said:

    "When it comes to my provisions, I rely upon Allah, my Creator; And I know with certainty that He will no doubt provide for me. Whatever’s in my due, will not pass me by, Even if it were to be in the depths of the sea. Allah the Exalted will bring it forth by His Grace, Even if I were to remain silent over it. So, what... can a soul feel sorrow over, When the Most Merciful has set the provisions of the creation?"

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    'If you desire Allah to be persistent in granting you the thing you love, be persistent in doing the things He loves.'

    ~Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal rahimahullaah

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    Umar Ibn Khattab (may Allah swt be pleased with him) said:

    "I am not worried about whether my du'a will be responded to, but rather I am worrried about whether I will be able to make du'a or not. So if I have been guided by Allah to make du'a, then (I know) that the response will come with it"
    So beautiful :’)

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    "It doesn't mean that one shouldn't enjoy life, but that when one understands that the "complete happiness" they are looking for in this dunya doesn't exist here, then it becomes easier to go thru trials and to work for your akhirah." ~Sh. Muhammad Alshareef

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    Umar Ibn Khattab (may Allah swt be pleased with him) said:

    "I am not worried about whether my du'a will be responded to, but rather I am worrried about whether I will be able to make du'a or not. So if I have been guided by Allah to make du'a, then (I know) that the response will come with it"

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    It is related that Abu 'Uthman was once riding in the street when a pot
    of ashes was thrown down upon him. He dismounted, and prostrated
    himself to God in gratitude, and then brushed the ashes from his
    clothes without saying a word. 'Shall you not rebuke them?' he was
    asked, but he replied, 'A man who deserves hellfire but receives only
    ashes cannot fairly be angry'.

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    All humans are dead except those who have knowledge; and all those
    who have knowledge are asleep, except those who do good deeds; and
    those who do good deeds are deceived, except those who are sincere;
    and those who are sincere are always in a state of worry.
    - Imam Shafi (rahimullah)

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    Imam Shafi'ee rahimahullah.

    There are four types of people in this world who enter a
    conversation/ discussion:

    1. One who knows not, and himself knows he knows not, is a
    student. Teach that person.

    2. One who knows, and others know he knows, is a teacher. Learn
    from that person.

    3. One who knows, and himself knows not that he knows, is
    humble. Encourage him.

    4. One who knows not, and himself knows not that he knows not,
    is stupid. Avoid that person.

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