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Approve for people that which you approve for yourself, and you will be considered a Muslim.

The bane of generosity towards people is making them feel obliged.

Guard your tongue, for verily this is a charitable act that you perform for your own sake.


Verily every single Muslim is to give in charity every single day.’ When asked who would be capable of such a thing, he replied, ‘Your removal of an obstacle from the road is a charitable act; your guiding someone the way is a charitable act; your visiting the sick is a charitable act; your enjoinment of good to others is a charitable act; your forbidding others from wrongdoing is a charitable act...


The people who have the greatest status with Allah on the Day of Judgment are those who roamed the earth the most, advising His creatures.

The people who have the greatest status with Allah on the Day of Judgment are those who roamed the earth the most, advising His creatures.



Of all the people, he is the most well wisher to his own self, who is most obedient to his Lord. And the most deceitful of people to his own self is the one who is most disobedient to his Lord.

Verily Allah has appointed from among His creation people known for kind acts and has made its performance beloved to them, and has referred to them those who seek favour and has made the fulfilment of their need easy for them just like the rain when it quenches the thirst of a dry land.


Gabriel came to the Messenger of Allah (s) and gave him the choice [between the kingdom of this world and its treasuries and asceticism] advising him sincerely to choose humbleness, thus the Messenger of Allah would eat like slaves and sit like slaves out of humbleness to Allah, blessed and the most high.


The people who perform acts of kindness in this world will be the same ones to perform them in the Hereafter, for verily in the Hereafter their scales will be so laden with their good deeds that they will be able to bestow them generously on the sinners [in order to assist them].


Punish the wrongdoer by rewarding the good-doer.

You may improve the doers of good by honouring them, and reform the wrongdoers by disciplining them.

Perform acts of kindness to those who are worthy of them as well as those who are not worthy of them, and even if they do not deserve your kindness, you are at least worthy of [performing] kind acts.