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The bane of the soul is infatuation with this world.

The gravest of the grave sins is love of the world.

'Verily the world and the Hereafter are two opposing enemies and two different paths, so whoever loves and befriends the world has despised the Hereafter and has made it his enemy. They [the world and the Hereafter] are like the east and the west and whoever walks between them, however much he gets closer to one, he distances himself from the other. After all, they are like two wives of the same h...

View the world through the eyes of one who has renounced it and separated from it, and do not view it through the eyes of one who loves it passionately and tenderly.

Love of the world corrupts the intellect, it deafens the heart from hearing wisdom and it brings about a painful chastisement.


Mixing with the seekers of this world brings shame on religion and weakens certainty.

The fountainhead of every mistake is love of the world.

The cause of wretchedness is love of this world.


No sooner do people abandon an aspect of their religion in order to advance their worldly affairs than Allah will inflict them with something that is more detrimental than that.

Searching for what will improve you is not considered love of the world.

The parable of this world is that of sea water, however much the thirsty man drinks from it, his thirst intensifies until it kills him.

The parable of this world is that of sea water, however much the thirsty man drinks from it, his thirst intensifies until it kills him.

The parable of this world is that of sea water, however much the thirsty man drinks from it, his thirst intensifies until it kills him.

The parable of this world is that of sea water, however much the thirsty man drinks from it, his thirst intensifies until it kills him.

He who loves his world has harmed his Hereafter.


The one who regards the worldly affairs as his greatest concern, his grief and distress are lengthened.

The one who regards the worldly affairs as his greatest concern, his grief and distress are lengthened.