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    The graves are full of people who thought that they would practice Islam when they became old. Old age is not promised to anyone.

    - Brother AbuHafsah AbdulMalik Clare

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    The chewer of Hamza's liver was forgiven.

    And you still doubt the Mercy of The Most Merciful?

    Seek forgiveness now, as your sins are not more than His Mercy!

    --Faizan Shaikh

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    O you, who spends his lifetime disobeying his Lord, no one amongst your enemies is wicked to you more than you are to yourself " -Ibn Qayyim al Jawziyyah

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    One of the early scholars said to his student: What would you do if Satan entices you to sin?
    He said: I would struggle against him.

    Scholar: And if he returns?
    Student: I would struggle against him.

    Scholar: And if he returns again?
    Student: I would struggle against him.

    The scholar told him: This can take forever. What if you are passing by some sheep and their watchdog starts barking at you, preventing you from passing, what would your action be?
    Student: I would wear it down by struggle and repel it.

    Scholar: This is a lengthy process. If you go instead to the owner of the sheep, he will be able to make the dog desist.

    [Source: The World Of Jinn & Devils by Umar S al-Ashqar]

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    How can success be achieved when the call to success is ignored?

    "Hayya alal Falaah!"


    -
    Mufti Ismail Menk

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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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    As you can taste a pot full of food with a spoon, likewise someone's tongue can tell you about his heart. - Ibn Qayyim Al Jawziyyah

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    "Sins are like chains and locks preventing their perpetrator from roaming the vast garden of Tawheed and reaping the fruits of righteous actions."

    --Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullah)

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    Someone reported to Hasan Basri that a certain man was in his death throes. He commented: "He was in his death throes since his appearance on earth. He will now be released."

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    "The question is not whether you will leave this world or not, "
    the question is, what will you leave behind you.
    Will people ask ALLAH for your forgiveness,
    or will they ask ALLAH to forgive them for knowing you."

    -- AbuHafsa AbdulMalik Clare

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