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  • eesa the kiwi
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    The sunnah is like the ark of Noah, whoever embarks upon it reaches salvation and whoever refuses is drowned.
    ~ Imam Malik (may Allah have mercy on him)

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  • eesa the kiwi
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    Ibn Qayyim-il-Jawziyyah:

    "Sins have many side-effects. One of them is that they steal knowledge from you."

    (ad-Da', p.65)

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    Ibn al-Qāyyim [رحمه الله] said:


    ❝Satisfaction is when a person submits himself to his Lord.❞


    [al-Fawā'id, (Page: 175)]

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    When you see someone who seems to have a perfect life, understand that they too are tested by Allah, but their tests are probably private.

    There are many people who go through tests that nobody knows about besides them and Allah.

    So don't become jealous of anybody's life as they may be going through tests that you wouldn't be able to pass.

    - Abu Muawiyah Ismail Kamdar

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    Heal your hearts with the Quran. It is a medicine that doesn't expire, and removes from the heart whatever there is of stress, worry and sadness.

    -Dr.Bilal Philips

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    Practicing a little of the Sunnah is far better than practicing many (religious) innovations. ~ Ibn Masood (radiyAllahu Anhu)

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    If the human knew the pleasure of meeting Allah and being near Him,
    he would feel grief for being distant from Him.
    ~ Ibn Al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him)

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    Abdullaah Ibn Masud (radiyAllahu'anhu): A person who memorizes the Qur'an should be known for his long night prayers when people are asleep, his fasting when people are eating, his sadness when people are happy, his silence when people are talking nonsense, and his humbleness when people are not. He should be wise, gentle and not talk to much: he should not be rude, negligent, clamorous, nor hot tempered. (Ibn Al Jawzee, Sifaat As-Safwa: 1/413)

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    The biggest enemy of Islam is the ignorant Muslim, whose ignorance leads him to intolerance, whose actions destroy the true image of Islam, and when the people look at him they think that Islam is what he is.

    ~ Sheikh Ahmed Deedat (may Allah have mercy on him)

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