Misc Hadith

Some Wise Sayings of
Hazrat Holy Prophet Mohammad (s)

* To acquire knowledge is binding upon all Muslims, whether male or female.
* The ink of the scholar is more holy than the blood of the martyr.
* He who travels in the search of knowledge, to him God shows the way of Paradise.
* People from the time of Adam onwards are as equal as the teeth of a comb. Arabs are not superior to non Arabs, nor are Redskinned people better than Blacks. No superiority or virture exists except in terms of Piety.
* Hail to those who are so concerned with improving their own faults, that they abstain from preoccupation with the flaws of other believers.
* He, who is a parasite to others, shall be condemned in the eyes of God, the Almighty.
* The Quest for knowledge I cherish, superior to God's worship.
* The most virtuous from among you are those privileged with scrupulous manners. Likewise, theu associate with others; while they also get along with them.
* He who indulges in a task without proper knowledge will deteriorate rather than improve the case.
* He who betrays the vicious deed of another in public, it is as though he has initiated the evil act himself.
* Do not argue with your brother, nor depress him with sarcastic humor, and do not make a promise so as to fail in fulfilling your covenant.
* Whensoever you are presented with a gift, make efforts to return the deed; if it is beyond your ability express your gratitude in words.
* Do not set up to accomplish a virtuous deed pretentiously, However, do not abandon righteousness due to shyness.
* Whomsoever intiates a graceful tradition; shall be rewarded as long as that tradition is sustained.
* There is no good in extravagence, however, there can never be extravagence in good deeds.
* Opportunities slide away like clouds.
* Victory is gained by resolution and determination.
* During the days of your life, divine breezes will blow, so watch out for them.
* Establish contact with those who have severed relations with you, and be good to those who have treated you badly.
* He who covets another's property, his sorrow shall be prolonged.
* Whenever a wise and sincere man advises you, take heed and welcome it gladly.
* There are two characteristics which cannot be found together in a believer; Avarice and a Vicious temper.
* Blessed be those who spend their excess wealth and abstain from excessive talk.
* He who calls upon his fellow Believer without their being any need, is destined to be among God's visitors.
* Whomsoever satisfies the need of a fellow Believer God shall meet his many needs.
* The most vicious among all men is he who is respected out of fear.
* I restrain you from three traits of character: Envy, Avarice and Arrogance.
* The true Muslim is the one from whose hand and tongue other Muslims are safe.
* Excessive requests from people lead to humiliation.
* Beware of obstinacy; since it begins with foolishness and ends in regret.
* Whatever you hate for yourself hate for others, and whatever you like for yourself , like for your brother.
* Adopt a cordial attitude towards your relatives and neighbours and with whomever you keep company and associate.
* There is no worship like Meditation, and there is no support more sure.
* Beware of too much laughter, since it mortifies the heart.
* The love of the world, is the root of all evils.
* Appreciate five things before five others: Your Youth before your Old age, Your Health before your illness, Your Wealth before your Poverty, Your Spare Time before your hard work and Your Life before Death.
* It is better to associate with a good friendthan to remain in solitude, while being alone is better than dealing with a vicious companion.
* Be neither a fault finder, an eulogist, a defamer nor a wrangler.
* Social gatherings should be marked by good faith, divulging the secret of a friend is breach of faith.
* I restrain you from abandoning your fellow Believers: Though in case you are obliged to do so, it should not last for more than three days.
* He who is ina position to administer punishment should all the more be encouraged to forgive.
* The best of men is he who refrains from that which does not concern him.
* The best attire of man is severity associated with faith.
* Take care not to abuse a Muslim, or accuse an honest man of lying.
* There is no quicker way to receive punishment than by committing an outrage.
* Paradise lies at the feet of thy mother.
* He who wishes to enter Paradise must please his father and mother.
* A man giving in alms one piece of silver in his lifetime is better for him than giving one hundred when about to die.
* To meet friends cheerfully and invite them to a feast are charitable acts.
* To extend consideration towards neighbors and send them presents are charitable acts.
* Keep yourselves far from envy, because it eats up and takes away good actions, like the fire that eats up and burns wood.
* Whoever suppresses his anger, when he has in his power to show it, God will give him a great reward.
* He is not strong and powerful, who throws people down, but he is strong who withholds himself from anger.
* Deal gently with a people, and be not harsh; cheer them and condemn not.
* Much silence and a good disposition; there are no two works better than these.
* The best of friends is he who is best in behavior and character.
* One who does not practice modestiy and does not refrain from shameless deeds is not a Muslim.
* No one who keeps his mind focussed entirely upon himself, can grow large, strong and beautiful in character.
* Whoever loves to meet God, God loves to meet him.
* The five stated prayers erase the sins which have been committed during the intervals between them if they have not been mortal sins.
* God is not merciful to him who is not so to humankind. He who is not kind to God's creation and to his own children, God will not be kind to him.
* Whosoever visits a sick person, an angel calls from Heaven: "Be happy in the world and happy be your walking; and take your habitation in Paradise."
* Wealth properly employed is a blessing; and a man may lawfully endeavour to increase it by honest means. 
* Acquire knowledge, because he who acquires it, in the way of the Lord, performs an act of piety; who speaks of it praises the Lord; who seeks it, adores God, who dispenses instruction in it, bestows alms; and who imparts it to its fitting objects, performs an act of devotion to God. Knowledge enables its possessor to distinguish what is forbidden from what is not; lights the way to Heaven; it is our friend in the desert, our companion in solitude, our companion, when bereft of riends; it guides us to happiness; it sustains us in misery; it is our ornament in the company of friends; it serves as an armor against our enemies. With knowledge the creatures of Allah rises to the heights of goodness and to noble position, associates with the sovereigns in this world and attains the perfection of happiness in the next.

Meditation in God is my Capital. Reason and sound Logic is the rest of my Religion. Love is the Foundationof my existence. Enthusiasm is the Vehicle of my life. Contemplation of God is my companion. Faith is the source of my Power. Sorrow is my friend. Knowledge is my weapon. Patience is my Garb abd Virtue. Submission to the Divine Will, is my Pride. Truth is my Salvation. Worship is my habit. And in Prayer lies the coolness of my Eye and the Peace of Mind.

A bedouin came to the holy prophet Muhammad (s) and asked him some questions.
Bedouin: I wish to be the richest person in the world.
Prophet: Be content and you will be the richest person in the world.
Bedouin: I would like to be the most learned of people.
Prophet: Fear Allah and you will be the most learned of people.
Bedouin: I would like to be the most just of people.
Prophet: Desire for others what you would like for yourself and you would be the most just of people.
Bedouin: I would like to be the best of people.
Prophet: Be good to others and you will be the best of people.
Bedouin: I would like to be the most honorable of people.
Prophet: If you do not complain to any fellow humans you will be the most honorable of people.
Bedouin: I wish to be safe from Allah's Wrath on the Day of Judgment.
Prophet: If you do not lose your temper with any of your fellow humans, you will be safe from Allah's wrath on the Day of Judgment.
Bedouin: What are the worst evils in the sight of Allah?
Prophet: Hot temper and miserliness (i.e. selfishness with money).

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* Acquire knowledge, it enables its professor to distinguish right from wrong; it lights the way to heaven. It is our friend in the desert, our company in solitude and companion when friendless. It guides us to happiness, it sustains us in misery, it is an ornament amongst friends and an armour against enemies.
* A Muslim who plants a tree or sows a field, from which man, birds and animals can eat, is committing an act of charity.
* There is a polish for everything that takes away rust; and the polish for the heart is the remembrance of Allah.
* What actions are most excellent? To gladden the heart of human beings, to feed the hungry, to help the afflicted, to lighten the sorrow of the sorrowful, and to remove the sufferings of the injured.
* The most excellent Jihad is that for the conquest of self.
* If you put your whole trust in Allah, as you ought, He most certainly will satisfy your needs, as He satisfies those of the birds. They come out hungry in the morning, but return full to their nests.
* When Allah created his creatures He wrote above His throne: 'Verily, my Compassion overcomes my wrath.
* Allah will not give mercy to anyone, except those who give mercy to other creatures.
* Say what is true, although it may be bitter and displeasing to people.
* Kindness is a mark of faith, and whoever is not kind has no faith.
* When you see a person who has been given more than you in money and beauty, look to those, who have been given less.
* If you do not feel ashamed of anything, then you can do whatever you like.
* O Lord, grant me your love, grant me that I love those who love you; grant me, that I might do the deeds that win your love. Make your love dearer to me than the love of myself, my family and wealth.
* It is better to sit alone than in company with the bad; and it is better still to sit with the good than alone. It is better to speak to a seeker of knowledge than to remain silent; but silence is better than idle words.
* Verily, a man teaching his child manners is better than giving one bushel of grain in alms.
* Whoever is kind, Allah will be kind to him; therefore be kind to man on the earth. He Who is in heaven will show mercy on you.
* It is difficult for a man laden with riches to climb the steep path, that leads to bliss.
* Who are the learned? Those who practice what they know.
* Allah has revealed to me, that you must be humble. No one should boast over one another, and no one should oppress another.
* Who is the most favoured of Allah? He, from whom the greatest good comes to His creatures.
* A true is thankful to Allah in prosperity, and resigned to His will in adversity.
* A who meets with others and shares their burdens is better than one who lives a life of seclusion and contemplation.
* Serve Allah, as you would if you could see Him; although you cannot see Him, He can see you.
* Allah does not look at your appearance or your possessions; but He looks at your heart and your deeds.
* The best richness is the richness of the soul.
* Keep yourselves far from envy; because it eats up and takes away good actions, like a fire eats up and burns wood.
* Much silence and a good disposition, there are no two things better than these.
* Verily, Allah is mild and is fond of mildness, and He gives to the mild what He does not give to the harsh.
* Whoever loves to meet Allah, Allah loves to meet him.
* When two persons are together, two of them must no whisper to each other, without letting the third hear; because it would hurt him.
* Verily, it is one of the respects to Allah to honor an old man.
* All Muslims are like a foundation, each strengthening the other; in such a way they do support each other.
* Strive always to excel in virtue and truth.
* You will not enter paradise until you have faith; and you will not complete your faith till you love one another.
* He, who wishes to enter paradise at the best gate, must please his father and mother.
* The best of alms is that, which the right hand gives and the left hand knows not of.
* The perfect Muslim is not a perfect Muslim, who eats till he is full and leaves his neighbors hungry.
* He is not of us who is not affectionate to the little ones, and does not respect the old; and he is not of us, who does not order which is lawful, and prohibits that which is unlawful.
* No man is a true believer unless he desires for his brother that, what he desires for himself.
* To strive for the cause of Allah from daybreak to noon and sunset is better than the goods and enjoyment of the whole worldly life.
* Be not like the hypocrite who, when he talks, tells lies; when he gives a promise, he breaks it; and when he is trusted, he proves dishonest.
* The proof of a Muslim's sincerity is, that he pays no heed to that, which is not his business.
* Do you know what is better than charity and fasting and prayer? It is keeping peace and good relations between people, as quarrels and bad feelings destroy mankind.
* Conduct yourself in this world, as if you are here to stay forever; prepare for eternity as if you have to die tomorrow.
* The worldly comforts are not for me. I am like a traveller, who takes a rest under a tree in the shade and then goes on his way.

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Some Wise Sayings of
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* Fear Allah wherever you are and follow up a bad deed with a good one as it will wipe it out and behave well towards people.
* Beware of the invocation of the oppressed as there is no barrier between it and Allah.
* Beware of oppression, for it will turn into darkness on the Day of Resurrection. And beware of miserliness for it ruined those who preceded you as it led them to bloodshed as well as be cautious in treating lawfully the forbidden acts.
* To talk about Allah's blessing is an _expression of gratitude, and not doing so is an act of disbelief. The one who is not thankful for the few blessings will not be thankful for the many. And the one who is not thankful to the people will not be thankful to Allah. Unity is a blessing and division is a punishment.
* A hypocrite has three distinguishing signs, when he talks he lies, when he promises he breaks it and when he is entrusted with something, he betrays such trust.
* Avoid the seven great destructive sins. These are to join partners in worship with Allah, to practice sorcery, to kill without justification a living being whose life has been declared sacred by Allah, to practice usury, to misappropriate the property of an orphan, to flee from the battlefield at the time of fighting and to slander chaste and innocent believing women.
* Wish for others what you wish for yourself.
* Allah Most High loves a servant of His who is lenient when he sells, lenient when he buys, lenient when he pays his debt and lenient when he demands the payment of a debt due to him.
* When a person dies, all his deeds cease except for these three: Perpetual charity, a beneficial knowledge, and a child who invokes Allah for him.
* When any of you sees someone who is superior to him in riches and beauty, then he should look at another one who is inferior to him.
* The people most prone to trials with afflictions are the prophets and then the most pious and then the next in piety and so on. A man is tried according to the strength of his belief. If his belief is firm, his trial will be harder, and if his belief is weak, he is tried accordingly. A servant of Allah will go on being tried with afflictions until he walks on earth free of sins.
* Utter good words, spread the greeting of peace, be kind to your blood relations and pray at night while others sleep then enter Paradise in peace.
* Take advantage of five things before five others happen. These are your life before your death, your health before your illness, your leisure before pre-occupation, your youth before your old age, and your wealth before your poverty.
* The best Muslim among the believers is the one who does not harm the Muslims with either his tongue or his hand. The one with best belief among the believers is the one who has the best characters. The Muhajir (emigrant) is the one who abandons all that Allah has forbidden. And the best jihad (struggle for the sake of Allah) is to struggle against oneself for the sake of gaining the pleasure of Allah, to whom belongs might and majesty.
* The biggest of the major sins are: to join others in worship with Allah, to kill someone (unlawfully), to be undutiful to one's parents, and to bear false witness.
* Allah! I seek refuge with You from helplessness, laziness, cowardice, miserliness, and feeble old age. I seek refuge with You from the torture of the grave. I seek refuge with You from the punishment of the Fire (of Hell) and I seek refuge with You from the trial of life and death.
* Allah! Forgive my sins, my ignorance and my exceeding the boundaries or righteousness, and forgive those of my sins which You know better than I, O Allah! Forgive those of my sins of the past and those which I have committed thereafter, the ones I committed openly and those I committed secretly; You are the One who makes the things go before, and You are the One Who delays them, and You are the Omnipotent.
* Allah! Set right for me my religion which is the safeguard of my affairs, set right for me my life in this world where I earn my livelihood, set right for me my life in the Hereafter where I have to return ultimately, make life for me a source of abundance for every virtue and make my death a source of comfort against all evils.
* Allah Most High has chosen this religion and the only things fitting for your religion are generosity and a good character. If such is true, then try to adorn your religion with these two.
* Allah Most High will ask each guardian about his charge. Did he guard or waste this trust? A man will even be asked about his family.
* Allah Most High has no better reward than Paradise for believing servants of His who is patient and resigned when He takes away his most beloved in this world.
* Allah loves that one should be kind and lenient in all matters.
* Allah had forbidden you to be undutiful to your mothers, to bury your female infants alive, parsimony and usurpation of the property of others. And he disapproved for you three things: vain talk and gossip, excessive  questioning and wasting wealth.
* Allah Most High has forbidden the Fire (of Hell) on those who testify that there is no God but Allah, seeking thereby only Allah's pleasure.
* On the Day of Resurrection, Allah Most High says: "Where are those who love each other for the sake of My Majesty, today I shall provide them with My shade which is the day when there is no shade but Mine.
* Allah forgives my followers whatever (evil deeds) they may whisper to themselves as long as they do not act upon it or speak of it. Allah forgives my followers whatever their souls suggest to them as long as they do  not act upon it or speak of it.
* Allah gives respite to an oppressor, but when He takes him to task, he never lets him escape.
* The practice of religion is easy and whoever overburdens himself in his religion will be overpowered by it. Therefore, be moderate, try to be near perfection but within your capacity and receive the good tidings that you will be rewarded. And seek Allah's help by worshipping in the mornings, afternoons and during the last hour of the nights.
* A man may be denied sustenance because of a sin he had committed. Only supplication can ward off predestination, and only righteousness prolongs a life span.
* For every prophet there was one (special) invocation by which he appealed to Allah while he was among his followers, and that invocation was granted. As for me, I have kept my invocation until the Day of Resurrection to intercede with it on behalf of my followers.
* The best word is the "Book of Allah" and the best guidance is the "Guidance of Muhammad", may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him. And the worst things are heresies (those new elements introduced into the religion) and whatever you have been promised will surely come to pass, and you cannot frustrate it.
* One of the greatest sins that a man may commit is cursing his parent. The people asked: O Allah's Messenger, how may a man curse his parents? The Prophet replied: the man abuses the father of another man and the latter answers by abusing the father and the mother of the former.
* The one who occupies the worst place before Allah on the Day of Resurrection, is the one whom people avoid for fear of his indecent language.
* Truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise. A man keeps on telling the truth `till, in the sight of Allah, he is named truthful. Lying leads to depravity and depravity leads to the Fire (of Hell), and man keeps on telling lies `till, in the sight of Allah, he is named a liar.
* Lying in my name is unlike lying in the name of any other. So whoever purposely lies in my name, let him occupy his place in the Fire (of Hell).
* One of the sayings that the people retained from the early prophets: "If you have no feeling of shame then do as you wish."
* To Allah belongs that which He takes, and to Him belongs that which He bestows, and everything has its term fixed by Him.
* Look at those who are inferior to you and do not look at those who are superior to you, for this will keep you from scorning what Allah has bestowed upon you.
* Help your brother whether he is an oppressor or an oppressed. It was said: how am I to help him if he is the oppressor? The Prophet replied, you stop him and prevent him from oppressing others. That is how you help him.
* Would you not like me to talk to you about what helps you enter Paradise? Striking with the sword, honoring one's guest, observing the times of prayers, ablution done thoroughly on a cold night, and giving food out of the love for Him (Allah).
* Shall I not inform you of the biggest of the major sins? To join others in worship with Allah, to be undutiful to one's parents, and to bear false witness.
* Any muslim who gives another a garment to wear with which to cover his nakedness, Allah Most High will cover him with the green (clothes) of Paradise. Any muslim who feeds a hungry muslim, Allah will feed him on the Day of Resurrection from the fruits of Paradise. And any muslim who gives a thirsty muslim a drink, Allah Most High will give him to drink on the Day of Resurrection from the pure wine sealed with musk.
* Beware of suspicion, for suspicion is the worst falsehood. Do not spy on others, do not look at others faults, do not hanker after a thing which others have. Do not envy one another, do not entertain ill-will towards one another, and do not stop talking to one another. And O Allah's servants! Be like brethren to each other.
* Modesty results in good alone.
* Avoid sitting in the public roads. They said: "but we have no alternative, these are the places where we get together and discuss matters." The Prophet said: "If you refuse but to sit, then pay the road its due." What is the right of the road, they asked? "Lowering your gaze, refraining from harming others, returning the greetings of others, enjoining virtuous deeds, and forbidding what is evil.
* Actions are but by intention, and every man shall have but that which he intended. Thus, he whose migration was for Allah and His Messenger, his migration was for Allah and His Messenger. And he whose migration was to achieve some worldly benefit or to take some woman in marriage, his migration was for that for which he had migrated.
* Righteousness is good morality, and wrongdoing is that which wavers your soul and which you hate people finding out about.
* Smiling to your Muslim brother is counted for you as a charity. Enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong is counted for you as a charity. Pointing out the way to a lost man is counted for you as a charity, and removing a stone, thorns, and bones from the road is counted for you as a charity.
* You see the believers in their mercy, affection and kindness towards one another, resembling one body, so that whenever a part of this body is in pain, the rest of the body shares the sleeplessness and the fever with it. 
* Get to know Allah in prosperity and He will know you in adversity. Know that what passed you by was not going to befall you and what has befallen you was not going to pass you by. And know that victory comes with patience, relief with affliction, and with hardship.
* Whoever possesses the following three qualities tastes the sweetness of faith. These are to love Allah and His Messenger above all else, to love a person and to love him purely for Allah's sake and to hate reverting to disbelief as he hates to be thrown into the Fire of Hell.
* There are rights of a Muslim on his Muslim brother. These are, when you meet him greet him, when he invites you accept his invitation, when he solicits your advice, advice him, when he sneezes and praises Allah say to him "May Allah have mercy on you". When he gets sick visit him, and when he dies follow his funeral procession.
* That which is lawful is evident and that which is unlawful is evident and between the two of them is doubtful matters unknown to many people. So whoever avoids doubtful matters save his religion and his honor. And whoever indulges in these doubtful matters falls into that which is unlawful, like a shepherd who grazes his animals around a sanctuary, and at any moment he is liable to graze therein. Truly, every king has a sanctuary, and Allah's sanctuary on the earth is His prohibition. Truly, there is a piece of flesh in the body, that if it is sound, the whole body is sound but if is it diseased the whole body is diseased, and that is the heart.
* Do good deeds which are within your capacity, for Allah Most High does not get tired of giving rewards but surely, you will.
* Two traits are never found together in a believer, miserliness and bad character.
* The best amongst you are those who have the best character.
* The best things that a man leaves behind after his death are a virtuous child who invokes Allah for him, a perpetual charity, the reward of which reaches him, and a beneficial knowledge which remains useful after him.
* The best charity is the one given from a surplus of wealth. And start by giving to your dependants.
* Set aside that which leaves you in doubt for that which does not. For truth is reassuring and falsehood is disturbing.
* The supplication of a Muslim for his brother in his absence is granted. There is a certain angel who remains present with him, such that whenever he supplicates for something good for his brother, the attendant angel says "Amen" and the same for you.
* Religion is very easy, and whoever burdens himself in the practices of religion will be overcome by it.
* He savors the taste of faith, he who is satisfied to have Allah as God, Islam as religion, and Muhammad as a Messenger of Allah.
* The Most Beneficent sends His mercy on the merciful. The Most High and Exalted said, have mercy on those who are on earth, and the One in heaven will have mercy on you.
* Abusing a Muslim is evil, and fighting him is disbelief.
* Allah will shelter seven under His shade on the Day when there will be no shade but His. A just ruler (imam), a youth who has been brought up in worship of Allah. A man whose heart is attached to the mosque from the time he leaves it until he returns to it. Two persons who love each other, come together and part only for Allah's sake. A person whose eyes are flooded with tears when in solitude, he remembers Allah. A man who refuses the approaches of a beautiful woman of noble birth saying, I fear Allah, the Lord of the Worlds, and a man who gives charity so secretly that his left hand does not know what his right hand has given.
* The Most superior appeal for Allah's forgiveness is for you to say, O Allah, you are my Lord, and there is no God but You. You created me and I am Your servant and I am faithful to my covenant and my promise to you to the best of my ability. I seek refuge with You from all the evil I have committed. I acknowledge before You all the blessings You have bestowed on me, and I acknowledge before you all my sins. So I entreat You to forgive me, for none has the power to forgive sins except You alone.
* The one who looks after a widow or a poor person is like a Mujahid (warrior) in the cause of Allah, or like him who performs prayers all the night and fast all the day.
* Doing good deeds protects one from calamities, charity given secretly extinguishes the wrath of the Lord, keeping good relations with one's relative increases one's life span. Every good deed is a form of charity. Those who do right in this world are those who do right in the Hereafter; whereas those who do wrong in this world are those who do wrong in the Hereafter, and the first to enter Paradise are those who do right.
* Verily, composure and resignation are essential at the first stroke of calamity.
* Well done to the one who is humble without lack of respect, who depreciates himself without being submissive, who spends frothe money he gathers lawfully, who associates with the religiously learned and the wise and is merciful to the meek and the humble. Well done to the one who humbles himself, earns his living legally, is good in his hidden thoughts, honorable in public, and does not harm others. Well done to the one who practices what he learned, who spends the surplus of his wealth, and keeps to himself what is unnecessary to say.
* Purity is half of faith. "Praise be to Allah" fills the scale, "Glory be to Allah and praise be to Allah" fills the space between heaven and earth. Prayer is light, charity is a proof, patience is illumination, and the Qur'an is an argument in or against your favor. Everyone starts his day and is a vendor of his soul, either freeing it or bringing about its ruin.
* Oppression will be darkness on the Day of Resurrection.
* How wonderful is the believer's case, for there is good for him in everything, and this is exclusive only for believers. If something good happens to him, he is thankful and that is good for him, and if an adversity comes his way, he is patient, and that too is good for him. "
* I am surprised at the believer, as whatever Allah Most High decrees for him, turns out to be good for him.
* Be truthful, for truthfulness leads to righteousness, and righteousness leads to Paradise. And a man keeps on telling the truth and striving for it until, in the sight Allah, he is named truthful. So beware of lying, for lying leads to depravity, and depravity leads to the Fire. On the other hand, another man keeps on telling lies and striving for it until, in the sight of Allah, he is named a liar.
* Backbiting is to tell things about your Muslim brother which he hates to be told. A man asked, what if my brother has such defects? The Prophet answered, "if your brother has such defects, you backbited him, if not, you slandered him."
* Allah Most High said, My mercy has preceded My anger.
* Say, O Allah! Creator of heavens and the earth, knower of both the hidden and the seen, the Lord and sovereign of everything, I bear witness that there is no god but You, I seek refuge with You from the evil of my self, and the evil and trap of Satan. Say it in the morning and in the evening and when you retire to bed.
* Say, O Allah! I have wronged myself very much, and none can forgive sins but You. Then bestow Your forgiveness upon me, and have mercy on me, indeed You are the Most Forgiving, Most Merciful.
* It is a grievous treachery on your part to carry a conversation with your brother in Islam in which you tell him lies and he believes you.
* Every good deed is a charity. The one who points out the way to do a good deed is rewarded the same as the one who does it, and Allah likes coming to the aid of the distressed.
* Eat, drink put on clothes, and give charity without squandering or conceit.
* There are two expressions which are easy for the tongue, heavy in the balance and dear to the Beneficent---Glory be to Allah and gratitude be to Him, glory be to Allah, the most exalted.
* All of you are guardians and responsible for your own charges. The ruler is a guardian and he is responsible for his subjects. A man is a guardian of his family and is responsible for his charges. A woman is a guardian in her husband's house and is responsible for her charges. A servant is a guardian of the property of his master and is responsible for his charges and a son is a guardian of the property of his father and is responsible for his charges. For all of you are guardians, and all of you are responsible for your charges.
* The Major sins are, to join others in worship with Allah, to be undutiful to one's parents, to kill someone, to take a false oath. Would you like me to tell you what is the biggest of the major sins? Yes, O Allah's Messenger, they replied. He said, to make a false statement.
* On going to bed at night, he would place his hand under his cheek and then say, with Your Name, O Allah, I live, and with Your Name I die. When he awoke, he would say, All praises belong to Allah Who has brought us back to life after He had caused us to die and Unto Him is the Resurrection.
* It is better for the one of you take a rope, go to the mountain, bring back a load of wood and sell it, and thereby Allah will save his face, rather than to ask people for handouts whether they give him or not.
* Allah damned the one who practices usury and the one who pays him as well as its two witnesses and the one who writes it down. They are equally guilty of committing that sin.
* None of you have true faith until he wishes for his Muslim brother what he wishes for himself.
* It is not lawful for a man to desert his Muslim brother for more than three days, so that when they meet, each turns his face away from the other. But the better of the two is the one who greets his brother first.
* The one who is not thankful to people is not thankful to Allah.
* A believer is not stung twice from the same hole (i.e. he is not deceived twice).
* Allah condemns the one who gives and accepts a bribe or who acts as a go-between in the realization of such.
* Allah has cursed those women who imitate or assume the manners of men, and those men who imitate women.
* A Muslim has six obligations within reason towards his Muslim brother. These are to greet him when he meets one, or to accept his invitation and to respond to him such supplication as "may Allah have mercy on you" when he sneezes. Furthermore, he has to visit his fellow muslim brother when he gets sick, follow his funeral procession when he dies and should wish for him what he wishes for himself.
* Had a believer known what is the full extent of Allah's punishment, none would hope to gain His Paradise. And had a disbeliever known what is the full extent of Allah's mercy, none would despair of entering His Paradise.
* If the son of Adam had two valleys full of Gold, he would wish for a third, for nothing can fill the belly of the son of Adam except dust when he dies. And Allah forgives the one who repents to Him.
* The one who gets his fill of food while his neighbor is hungry by his side is not considered as a believer.
* Nothing weighs more in the balance of accounts on the Day of Resurrection than having a good character.
* Being rich does not mean having a great amount of property, but rather that of having self-contentment.
* A strong man is not the one who uses his strength to overcome others, but rather the one who controls himself while in the feat of anger.
* He who commits suicide by throttling himself shall keep on throttling himself in the Fire forever, and the one who commits suicide by stabbing himself shall keep on stabbing himself in the fire.
* No one has ever eaten a better food than that which he has obtained by working with his own hands. The Prophet of Allah, David, used to eat from what he earns through his own labour.
* Whatever a man spends on his house, family, children and servants, is considered in his account as a charity.
* For any fatigue, illness, fear, grief, hurt or distress which befalls a Muslim, even the pricking of a thorn, Allah expiates some of his sins.
* What do I care about this world, for I am in this world like a rider who sat for a while under the shade of a tree, then got up and left behind.
* If a ruler who has the authority to rule Muslim subjects dies while he is deceiving them, Allah will forbid Paradise for him.
* Whenever a Muslim invokes Allah for his Muslim brother in his absence, the angels retort and the same to you.
* Any group of people who celebrates the praise of Allah will have the angels spread their wings over them, Allah's mercy covers them, tranquility descends on them, and Allah mentions them to those around Him.
* No Muslim is afflicted with any harm, like a sickness or some other, but that Allah sheds his sins because of it as a treesheds its leaves.
* A father cannot give his son anything better than refined manners and fine education.
* Anything I have, I will not withhold from you. And know that he who refof begging from others or doing prohibited deeds Allah will help him do that. The one who is contented with what he has, Allah will make him  self-sufficient, while he who tries to be patient, Allah will bestow patience upon him. And none is given a gift better and more ample than patience itself.
* Whoever wishes to be granted more wealth and an extended lease of life, should keep good relations with his blood relatives.
* Part of someone's being a good Muslim, is his leaving alone that which does not concern him.
* The one who points out the way to do a good deed is rewarded the same as the one who does it.
* Whoever invites others to guidance will be rewarded the same as the ones who follow him without their rewards being diminished. And whoever invites others to an aberration will bear the punishment of a sin equal to the sins committed by those who follow him without theirs diminishing in any way.
* Whoever plants a tree which then bears fruit, whatever a human or any of Allah's creation eats from it will be considered as a charity for him.
* The one who has wronged his brother should seek for his pardon before his death, as in the Hereafter, there will be neither dinar nor dirham to compensate with it. Thus some of his good deeds will be taken from him and given to his brother. If he has no good deeds, some of the bad deeds of his brother are taken from him, and added to his account.
* Whoever comes to you when you are united, wanting to break your unity, kill him.
* When Allah desires good for a person, he bestows on him religious knowledge.
* A faithful believer is to a faithful believer like the parts of a building, reinforcing one another.
* A person will be with those whom he loves.
* A Muslim is one who does not harm Muslims with his tongue or his hands. The believer is the one whom people can entrust with their lives and their goods and a Muhajir (an immigrant who emigrates to safeguard his faith) is the one who abandons all that Allah has forbidden.
* A Muslim is the brother of another Muslim, he does not oppress him nor does he hand him over to his enemy. Whoever fulfills the needs of his brother, Allah will also fulfill his needs. Whoever brings a muslim out of a difficulty, Allah will save him from one of the difficulties on the Day of Resurrection. And whoever screens a Muslim, Allah will shield him on the Day of Resurrection.
* May Allah brighten the face of someone who has heard something I said and has conveyed it as he heard it, for sometimes a person to whom something is conveyed may comprehend it better than the one who has heard it.
* All the people are children of Adam, and Adam was created of dust.
* By Allah, this life is to the Hereafter, the same as what your finger gathers if dipped into the sea.
* Do not hate or envy or turn away from one another, but be you, O servants of Allah, brothers. It is not permissible for any Muslim to desert his fellow Muslim brother for more than three days.
* Tenderness is that which is taken out from the heart of a wretched man.
* None of you should wish for death because of any calamity that befalls him. If one must wish for death, then he should say, o Allah, let me live so long as life is good for me and take my life if death is better for me. 
* None of you will have faith `till he loves Me more than his children, father and all of mankind.
* None of you have true faith until he wishes for his Muslim brother what he wishes for himself.
* A believer is not a slanderer, a curser, an abuser, nor an impudent man.
* Make easy to people things concerning religious matters and do not make them hard for humanity, give glad tidings and do not let them reject Islam.
* Young man! Be mindful of Allah and Allah will protect you. Be mindful of Allah and you will find Him in front of you. If you ask, ask of Allah Most High and if you seek help, seek of Allah, to whom belongs all might and majesty.
* The upper hand is better than lower hand, for the upper hand is that of the giver and the lower hand is that of the beggar.
* Fear Allah and treat your children equally.
* Allah likes most perpetual deeds however minimal.
* Whenever you go to bed, perform your ablution the way you do it for prayer, then lie down on your right side and say "O Allah! I have surrendered my fate to You, I have entrusted all my affairs to You and I have depended on You. There is no refuge and no asylum from You except with You. O Allah! I believe in Your Book which You have revealed and in Your Prophet whom You have sent."
* Performing ablution perfectly constitutes one half of faith. "Praise be to Allah" fills the scale, Glorification (of Allah) and Takbir (saying Allah is most High) fill the heavens and the earth. Prayer is light, obligatory charity is proof (of faith), patience is brightness, and the Qur'an is an argument for or against you. And evemorning, each person goes selling his soul, selling it (to Allah or to Satan) so he will either set it free or will enslave it.
* When one of you suffers a calamity, he should say, "To Allah we belong and to Him we shall return. O Allah, I seek reward from you for my affliction, so compensate me for it and grant me something better than that as its substitute".
* When any of you starts eating, let him mention the name of Allah Most High. If he forgot to do so at the beginning of the meal, when he remembers, he should say, "In the name of Allah at its beginning and at its end."
* When any of you leads the people in prayer, he should shorten it, for among them are the young, the old, the weak, the sick, and the one preoccupied with his affairs. But when he prays alone, he may prolong his prayer as much as he wishes.
* When a woman gives in charity from her husband's house, reasonably and without waste, she receives the reward of what she has spent and her husband receives his reward for having earned it and the storekeeper will have a similar reward. The reward of one does not decrease those of the others.
* When one of you enters a mosque, let him pray two rak'ats before sitting.
* When the trust is betrayed, wait for the Hour of Judgement. The questioner asked: "O Messenger of Allah, how is the trust betrayed? He said, "When authority is entrusted to those unworthy of it, then wait for the Hour."

The Holy Prophet Mohammad (s) 
Seal of the Prophets and his Message 

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