The sin that upsets Allahu ta'ala the most is to break people's hearts.We should not break anyone's heart no matter whether one is aBeliever or a disbeliever. We should please people, make themhappy, and appreciate their value. We should not regard customersas easy touches, as suckers. Rather, we should regard them as our benefactors.Buying and selling is contingent on the will of Allah, so we cannotknow whether or not the sale will be concluded. We should onlyemploy means, agencies, and ways. We should not do a wrongaction, valuing only money. Instead, we should take it as our duty towin people's hearts and to satisfy them. Those who are modest andfull of love will be successful in all affairs. A little greed brings much harm. Acquisitiveness and greed are liketwo hungry wolves. They gnaw and eat up the greedy, and their livesend in this way. We should be satisfied with what we have and givethanks to Allah for His blessings.Does a person who is satisfied with what he has not work? Of coursehe works. If he attracts positive energy and wins
[supplication,prayer], no one can catch him, and no one can count his steps.However, if he is fractious, causes others trouble, and is alwaysquarrelling and disagreeing with people, that is, if he is the one whohas ruined his own self, it is quite difficult for him to do a good job.Eighty percent of success is to win people's hearts and twenty percentof it is to work.
takes precedence over money. It is very wrong to change thisorder and give priority to money. We should work to win
beforeanything else. In order for us to win
, we must do good and winthe love and confidence of others. People listen to and obey whom