we do not know for which of our sins we are being punished…

Ibn `Aun:

“When Muhammad Ibn Sireen was in debt, he was overwhelmed with grief because of it, and said: ‘I know that this grief is because of a sin which I did 40 years ago.’”

Ibn Sireen said: “I know the sin because of which I fell in debt.”
It was asked: “What was it?”
He said: “40 years ago I called a man: Yaa muflis! (O bankrupted one)”

One of the sub-narrators, `Ubaidullaah bin al-Surree, said: “I informed this narration to Abu Sulaimaan al-Daaraanee (d. 205H). He said: ‘Because of their few sins they knew the reason for getting (the punishment); but because of our many sins, we do not know for which of our sins we are being punished.’”

(Hilyatul Awliyaa 2/271

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"…but your Muslim brother is not safe from you?"

Sufyaan ibn Husayn said:

“I mentioned something bad about a man in the presence of Iyaas ibn Mu’aawiyah who looked at me and said: ‘Have you fought against the Romans?’ I said: ‘No.’ He said: ‘What about Sind and India and Turkey?’ I said: ‘No.’ He said: ‘Rome, Sind, India, and Turkey are all safe from you but your Muslim brother is not safe from you?!’ Sufyaan ibn Husayn said: ‘I never did that again.’”

(Al-Bidayah wa an-Nihayah 13 /121)

"Rather wealth should be viewed just like the toilet, in that you have need for it and resort to it only when necessary, but it has no place in your heart."

Ibn Taymiyyah - may Allaah have mercy on him - said:

[Majmoo’ al-Fataawa v. 10 p. 663]

"Whoever knows himself will be preoccupied rectifying his own affairs rather than looking for mistakes in others."

Imam Ibn Qayyim al-Jauziyyah:

[Fawaaid, (Page: 73)]

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"By Allāh, it’s not permitted for you to harm a dog nor a pig without any right, so how can you harm a Muslim?"

Fuḍayl ibn Iyyāḍ said: 

(Siyaar 8/724)

"With actions, you will attain wisdom."

Yusuf ibn Husayn said:

[Knowledge Mandates Action, (Page: 27), Al-Khateeb al-Baghdadee]

"That a white man makes fun of a black man due to his skin color or vice versa, means to make fun of Allah who has created them."

Shaykh Muhammad Nasir al-Din al-Albani:

(Silsila al-Huda wan Noor 24)

a calamity regarding religion is lighter to the people than a calamity in worldly life.

Haatim al Asam said;

"I missed the prayer in congregation one time, and only Abu Ishaaq al Bukharee gave me his condolences. If a child of mine were to pass away, more than ten thousand people would have given me their condolences; a calamity regarding religion is lighter to the people than a calamity in worldly life."


[Az-Zawaahir ‘an Irtikaab al-Kabaa-ir by al-Haythamee: 1/277]

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"We should love that Allaah is obeyed."

Ponder this:

"In marriage one feels unparalleled joy. In marriage there is a special type of mercy that you wont find elsewhere."

Shaykh Abdur-Rahman as-Sa’di:

(Taysir, pg. 639)

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"If the neighbor is an unbeliever, he still has the rights of a neighbor."

Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn Baaz:

(Majmoo’ Fatawa, Volume: 6)

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