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Befriend books and knowledge

“Establish friendship with books and knowledge.” – Mufti Radaul Haq Sahib

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Wanting from Allah

When you get what you want, that is Allah’s direction. When you don’t get what you want, that is Allah’s Protection.

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Sitting with scholars

Take benefit of sitting with the scholars The person who is the beloved of the awliyā is close to Allāh ta’ala. Hazrat Mawlāna Maseehullāh Khān (رحمة الله عليه)

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Hold onto Salaah

Hold onto your Salaah, because if you lose that you will lose everything else. Umar ibn al-Kattab

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Perfect moments in Marriage

There are no perfect wives and no perfect husbands. But if you keep believing and investing in each other, there will be plenty of perfect moments in your marriage. Always remember, support, respect and help each other. Maulana Imtiyaz Sidat

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Clean Heart

Abu Idrīs al-Khawlāni رحمه الله said: ❝A clean heart in dirty clothes is better than a dirty heart in clean clothes!❞

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Heavenly Food

The body is earthly and its nourishment comes from the earth. The spirit, however, is celestial and its nourishment comes only from Heaven. In Ramadan we should deny our overindulged bodies their earthly gratification and instead provide heavenly food for our malnourished souls. Shaykh Riyadh ul Haq 

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4 Levels of Purity

“Purity has 4 levels:1) Purifying the external body from impurities2) Purifying the limbs from the disobedience of Allah3) Purifying the heart from bad habits and character4) Purifying the soul from everything besides Allah.’ Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi Ahkam al-Islam, pg 21

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Reality of money

A sentence written on a wall of a tomb: “You cannot take your money with you, but you can make it precede you.” Maulana Arshad Faqir

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Inherit From The Prophets

Whoever desires to be one who inherits from the prophets and one who reaps from their fields of cultivation, let him learn beneficial knowledge – it being knowledge of dīn – for in a ḥadīth [it is mentioned], ‘The ʿulamāʾ are the heirs of the prophets.’ Let him also attend the gatherings of ʿulamāʾ, for indeed they are meadows of Paradise. (Ibn al-Jawzī, al-Tadhkirah fī al-Waʿẓ 55: Dār al-Maʿrifah)

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