Friday, February 25, 2011

Wise words.

A wise man said, The people who have the greatest degree of restlessness are the envious, those who have the greatest degree of happiness are the contented. Those who persevere most through suffering are those who are covetous. Those who have the simplest and most pleasant life are those who most strongly refuse this world. The one who will suffer the greatest regret is the scholar whose actions contradict his knowledge.

Forgive him who wrongs you; join him who cuts you off; do good to him who does evil to you; and speak the truth even if it be against yourself~Inscribed on Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.’s sword

If asked whether you love God, say nothing. This is because if you say, ‘I do not love God,’you are an unbeliever. If, on the other hand, you say, ‘I do love God,’ your actions contradict you-Al-Fudayl ibn Iyaad 

The need of the hour is that your life should be revolutionised. The revolution should not be an individual one but a collective one. The change should be concerning your belief, your morals, your actions, your dealings, your decisions, and your efforts. Your life in every way should become a beacon of guidance and it should become a means for Dawah.
-Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi


x@hu said...

"The one who will suffer the greatest regret is the scholar whose actions contradict his knowledge."

This can be said for all of us whom Allah subhaanahu wa ta'aala has blessed with the knowledge and comprehension (however little) of our Deen right?

There are things we know, but sometimes we fail to implement it in our actions, and though we brush it off at the time, it usually brings with it a truckload of regret! :(

Masha Allah brother! You have a wonderful blog and I'm glad I stumbled upon it! :D

Hamid said...


yes I agree!

Shukran for dropping by.


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