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The one whose heart thrives with the continuous remembrance of Allah, his actions will always be good whether done in secret or openly.

Remove evil from the hearts of others by extracting it from your own heart.

Remove [the love of] this world from your hearts before your body departs from it, for it is merely a place of trial for you [not an everlasting abode], and you have been created for other tha

When a man commits a sin, a black spot appears on his heart. If he repents, it is effaced, but if he continues committing it, the spot increases and grows until it engulfs the whole heart, after which he

When a man commits a sin, a black spot appears on his heart. If he repents, it is effaced, but if he continues committing it, the spot increases and grows until it engulfs the whole heart, and after that,




When a believer suspects his fellow brother, his faith disappears from his heart like salt disappears in water.


If you are faced with a tribulation, shield your life with your wealth. If a calamity befalls you, shield your religion with your life, and know that the ruined one is he whose religion is destroyed and that the despoiled one is he whose religion is despoiled.

When you supplicate, turn [to Allah] with your whole heart and be optimistic that your request has been met.

When any of you feels softness and compassion, then he should supplicate, for no sooner does the heart soften than it becomes pure and sincere.

speaker's intention, the listener will accept it. However, if his speech does not conform with his intention, then it will not find its place in the heart of the listener.

Be consistent in remembrance of God, for it illuminates the heart and is the best form of worship.

The heart that harbors the most rancor is the heart of the revengeful person.

The heart that harbors the most rancor is the heart of the revengeful person.

Habituate your heart to mercy for all people, and doing good to them, and do not wrong them nor be harsh against them.

Occupy yourselves with obedience [to Allah], and your tongues with mentioning/ remembering [His names/ Him], and your hearts with being content with what you like and what you dislike.

The root of reforming the heart is in occupying it with the remembrance of Allah.