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  • eesa the kiwi
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    food for thought

    The sahaba used to do the sunnah because it was sunnah, we leave the sunnah because it is sunnah- Marwa Saad

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    “Happiness is attained by three things: being patient when tested, being thankful when receiving a blessing, and being repentant upon sinning.”

    ~ Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (rahimahullah)

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    Imaam Maalik said:
    “The shield of the Scholar is, "I do not know", so if he leaves it down, his attacker will strike him.”

    ["Al-Intiqaa", 37].

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    Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala says (translation of meaning):

    “So compete in good deeds. The return of you (all) is to Allaah; then He will inform you about that in which you used to differ”
    [Al Maidah 5:48].

    Hasan Al Basri rahimahullah said:

    "Whoever competes with you in religious commitment, compete with him, and whoever competes with you in worldly matters, give it up to him".

    [Ihya Uloom Deen 4/369]

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    How many blind people would pay anything to be able to read the Qur’an,
    how many deaf people would pay anything to be able hear the Azan,
    … You see; we’re very rich, but just not grateful… “

    “And few of My servants are grateful.”
    [Quran 34:13]

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    Umar Ibn Al-Khattaab (radi Allah) would write to his governors during his caliphate and say:

    “The most important of your affairs in my view is prayer; whoever prays regularly has protected his faith, but whoever neglects it, is bound to be more negligent in other issues of faith.”

    (At-Taareeqah Al-Hakamiyah, p.240)

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    "Oh feet of patience, keep going, for what remains is only a little. Remember the sweetness of worship, then the bitterness of striving will become easier for you."- Ibn al-Qayyim al-Jawziyyah

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    Thank Allah for what you have -- Trust Allah for what you need.

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    "Improve your secret and private life, and Allah will improve your public and social life. Make matters well between you and Allah, and Allah will make matters well between you and people. Work for the Hereafter, and Allah will be enough for you in your worldly concerns."

    {Imam Sufyaan At-Thawree rahimahullah}

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  • Layla_
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    The greater the objective, the faster you should move:

    1) regarding going to earn livelihood, Allah said ‘walk’(67:15)

    2) regarding going to prayer, Allah said ‘hurry’(62:9)

    3) regarding going to jannah, Allah said ‘run’ (3:133)

    4) and regarding going to Allah, Allah said ‘flee’ (51:50)
    Last edited by Layla_; 27-07-19, 02:03 PM.

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  • eesa the kiwi
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    Did it cross your mind that there are probably billions in their grave right now, desperately wishing that they were in the position YOU ARE right now, breathing and with time still at hand to send something for the next life? Realize the preciousness of this position of yours. Don't take your time for granted! You may join one those billions at any moment!

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    "If you fail in your exams, there is always a next year. If you lose your spouse, there can be a second marriage, but if you die, there is no second chance. This life is only one opportunity."

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    "Sometimes the Almighty creates situations of distress to help us recognize Him, turn to Him, realize our wrongdoings, and become sincere."

    -Mufti Ismail Menk

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    "Allah’s planning is ever subtle, may not be immediately understood, but always wise." -AbdulBary Yahya

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