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Monday, August 1, 2011

From Our Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.:

From Our Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.:

“It is not permitted for two Muslims who have had a dispute to keep away from each other for more than 3 days.
The better of the two is the one who is the first to greet the other (thus making reconciliation likely. (Al-Bukhari & Muslim)

“Try to pass your mornings and evenings in a state where your HEART IS FREE of all ill feelings, jealousy and hatred for everyone; and
remember that this is my sunnah (way of life) and he who loves my sunnah will BE WITH ME in Paradise.” (Al-Tirmize)

“He who lacks kindness of heart, lacks all good.” (Muslim)

“Make things easy and do not make them difficult; make people happy and do not repel them.” (Al-Bukhari & Muslim).

“Exchange gifts with one another, for gifts remove ill will from people’s heart. (Al-Tirmize)

“Should I tell you about those whom the hellfire is forbidden to touch?
It is forbidden to touch every approachable, easy-going, soft-spoken and gentle person.” (Al-Tirmize)

“Whatever trouble, illness, anxiety, grief, pain or sorrow afflicts a Muslim – even if it is the pricking of a thorn,
Allah removes in its place some of his sins.” (Al-Bukhari & Muslim).

“The strong man is not the one who can wrestle, but is the one who can control himself when he is angry.” (Agreed upon)

“There are 3 kinds of people who Allah loves:
A man who gets up at night to read the Quran,
A man who gives alms with his right hand so secretly that he conceals it from his left hand, and
A man in battalion who encounters an enemy when his companions are routed.” (Al-Tirmize)

“No one who enters Paradise would like to return to this world except a martyr, even if he were given all that the world contains.
He (the martyr) would desire to return to the world and be killed in Allah’s cause 10 mores times because of the honor that
he receives as a martyr.” (Al-Bukhari & Muslim)

“A martyr will not feel the pain of death except as one of you feels the pain of an ant bite.” (Al-Nasa’i & Al-Tirmizi)

“The supplication (doa) most often made by the Prophet (S.A.W.) was: O Lord, bestow upon us
the best of this world and the best of the Hereafter and deliver us from the torment of the Fire.” (Al-Bukhari & Muslim).

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