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Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam

The following is a collection of the beautiful words that were uttered from the Mubarak lips of
our Beloved Rasool (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). Please read them carefully and try to act upon at
least a few of them Insha Allah.

“The most pleasing action to Allah Ta’ala is that which is done continuously though it may be

“He who does not thank people does not thank Allah.”

“Cursed is he, who causes his parents grief! Cursed is he, who causes his parents grief!”

“A Muslim is he from whose tongue and hands other Muslims are safe.”

“The night is long, shorten it not with sleep. The day is bright, sully it not with sin.”

“Whoever lives out what he knows, will receive from Allah Ta’ala what he does not know.”

“The wise man is he who masters himself, and works for what is after death; the fool is the man
who makes himself follow his passions, and desires things contrary to the command of Allah

“If a man avoids disputing when he is wrong, Allah Ta’ala builds for him a mansion in the middle
part of paradise. If a man avoids disputing when he is right, Allah Ta’ala builds for him a mansion
in the highest part of paradise.”

“Cultivation of knowledge is an obligation (Fardh) on every Muslim male and female.”

“The superiority of a person who cultivates knowledge over the one who does devotional
exercises (optional prayers) is like my (Rasoolullah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) superiority over
the meanest of you.”

“At each renewal of ablution (wudhu), Allah Ta’ala renews the belief of His servant, whose light
of faith is polished, and shines brighter.”

“When a person looks at his faults, he will accomplish perfection, but when a person looks at his
perfection he will reap deficiency.”

“The stomach is the home of disease and abstinence is the head of every remedy, so make this
your custom.”

“I love to say just once, Subhaanallah Walhamdulillah Wala’ilaha Illallahu Wallahu Akbar, more
than all the things on which the sun shines.”

“Nothing is more honourable in the sight of Allah Ta’ala than supplication (Dua). Allah Ta’ala is
angry with the person who does not ask of Him.”

“Illuminate your hearts by hunger, strive to conquer your nafs by hunger and thirst, and continue
to knock at the gate of paradise by hunger.”
“The supplication of a Muslim said for a brother (in faith) in his absence is accepted. There is an
angel entrusted with the duty that when a Muslim supplicates to Allah Ta’ala for something good
for his brother (in his absence) the angel says, ‘May Allah Ta’ala accept this supplication of yours
and bless you too with the like.’”

“Allah is not Merciful upon that person who does not show mercy to the people.”

“The repentant sinner is like someone who has never committed a sin, even if he repeats the
process of sinning and repenting seventy times in the course of a day.”

“Part of the excellence of a man’s Islam is paying no attention to that which does not concern

“Patience is to faith as the head is to the body.”

“Anger destroys one’s Imaan like aloe destroys honey.”

“One special Dua of every Nabi is accepted and every Nabi was swift in making Dua. I have kept
this Dua for the day of Qiyaamah for the Shafa’at (intercession) of my Ummah and this Dua of
mine is one that will reach that person in my Ummah who died without making shirk with Allah

“One who protects his Namaaz, this Namaaz will be a light, evidence and salvation for him in the
hereafter and one who does not protect it, will not have any light, evidence or salvation and on
the day of Qiyaamah he will be with Qaaroon, Firoun and Abi bin Khalf.”

“One who performs his morning prayer remains in the care of Allah Ta’ala until evening.”

“Our deeds are presented (to Allah Ta’ala) on a Monday and Thursday. Thus, I want my deeds to
be presented to Allah whilst I am fasting.”

“One who comes to visit me and does not come for any other reason, but to visit me, then it
is my right that I may intercede for him on the day of Qiyaamah.”

“Of the dinar you spend as a contribution in Allah's path, or to set free a slave, or as a sadaqah
given to a needy, or to support your family, the one yielding the greatest reward is that which
you spend on your family.”

“Verily, before the creation of anything else, Allah Ta’ala created the Noor of your Nabi
(Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) from His Noor.”

“I fulfil the faith of those who put their faith in me, and I am with them, near them, when they
remember me.”

“When a guest visits your home then he brings with him his own sustenance and when he leaves,
his visit, becomes the means of forgiveness for the host.”

“One who takes back his gift (which he has already given) is like a dog that swallows its vomit.”

“To be established on remaining silent (not talking unnecessarily and saying wrong things), is
better than sixty years of Ibaadat.”
“For as long as a person, who leaves home to attain knowledge of Deen, is out of home, it is as if
he is gone out in the path of Allah.”

“One who passes away whilst attaining knowledge with the intention to revive Islam will receive
such an elevated position in Jannat, that there will only be one level between him and the
Prophets therein.”

“If two hungry wolves are released amongst a flock of goats they will not cause as much harm, as
greed of wealth and greed of status causes to the Deen of a person.”

“When anyone of you yawns, then cover your mouth with your hand and repress it as much as
possible, since Shaitaan enters the mouth.”

“When food is kept before you, then remove your shoes, since this is comfortable to your feet.”

“One who has hair should take good care of it by washing it, oiling it and combing it.”

“If you can live in such a way that you pass your morning and evening without having any malice
for another in your heart, then do so. This is my Sunnah and he who loves my Sunnah will be
with me in paradise.”

“When a person speaks lies, then the angels keep a distance of one mile away from him due to the
foul odour of lies.”

“Allah said to me, ‘By My Honour and My Majesty, I will not put into hell that person whose
name is kept on your name (in other words a person whose name is Muhammad or Ahmad).’”

“One who has three sons born to him and does not keep even one of their names Muhammad, is a
jaahil (ignorant person).”

“If a person has a son and he keeps his name Muhammad based on my love and to attain blessings
from my name, then both he and his son will enter paradise.”

May Almighty Allah grant us the Taufeeq and Hidayat to act upon these beautiful Ahadith,