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The most beloved of acts in the eyes of Allah, Mighty and Exalted, is that which the servant performs regularly, even if it is little.

When the believer excels in his good deed, Allah will enhance each one of his good deeds to equal seven hundred.


If you perform an action, do it sincerely for the sake of Allah because He only accepts from His servants those actions that have been performed sincerely.

The worst of hypocrites is he who enjoins acts of obedience, but does not perform them himself, and forbids wrongdoing but does not refrain from them himself.

The most wretched of people is he who is reputed amongst people for his knowledge but not known for his action thereof.

The bane of knowledge is not putting it into practice.


The best of deeds in the sight of Allah are those that are performed according to the Sunnah, even if they be few in number.

The most virtuous of people according to Allah is he to whom action in accordance with what is right is more beloved - even if it damages and worries him - than what is false, even if it gives him benefit and increases him.



Continuous but small actions [performed] with conviction are better in the sight of Allah than numerous actions without conviction.


The exhortation which cannot be missed by the hearing, nor matched by any other benefit is that which the tongue of speech remains silent about and is expressed by the tongue of action.

Today is the day of action and there is no reckoning while tomorrow is the Day of reckoning but there would be no action.


Verily filling the stomach, weakness of will, the intoxication of being fully satiated and the delusion of power, all hinder and delay one from the performance [of good deeds] and cause one to forget Allah.