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“The year is like a tree, months are its branches, days are the branch sticks, hours are its leaves, and the breaths are its fruits. Therefore, if one’s breaths are in obedience [to Allah and His Messenger], the fruits of his tree are good. If they are in disobedience, his fruits are bitter… The harvest is on the Appointed Day, when one’s fruits are found out to be either good or bitter”

-Ibn al-Qayyim

"I never once argued with an opponent except that I made dua to Allah to show me the truth on his lips.” – Imam Shafi’i
"O people, whoever commits sin, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. If he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent, and if he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. For it is sin which hangs around a person’s neck, and doom comes from persisting in sin"— Umar ibn Abd al-Azeez
“Losing time is harder than death, as losing time keeps you away from Allah and the Hereafter, while death keeps you away from the worldly life and people.” – Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah
If Zionists believe God promised them the Holy Land does that mean they worship the British?

If Zionists believe God promised them the Holy Land does that mean they worship the British?

Are American Jews Turning Against AIPAC?

Is AIPAC losing influence?

Bad patience means having patience in keeping away from Allâh and His love and His will, because this prevents a person from fulfilling his potential of attaining perfection and doing what he was created for. This is the worst type of patience, and the most difficult, because there is no type of patience stronger than that of the person who wilfully keeps away from his Creator, as apart from Him there is no life at all…A man asked Shiblî, “What type of patience is more difficult?” Shiblî said, “Patience through seeking the help of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” Shiblî said, “Then patience for the sake of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” Shiblî said, “Patience in seeking the pleasure of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” So Shiblî asked, “What is it then?” and the man answered, “Patience in keeping away from Allâh.” Shiblî screamed in such a way that he nearly died.
Uddat as-Sabireen wa Dhakirat ash-Shakireen by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah on the topic of bad patience - http://balagha.net/patience-gratitude/good-patience-bad-patience

“The year is like a tree, months are its branches, days are the branch sticks, hours are its leaves, and the breaths are its fruits. Therefore, if one’s breaths are in obedience [to Allah and His Messenger], the fruits of his tree are good. If they are in disobedience, his fruits are bitter… The harvest is on the Appointed Day, when one’s fruits are found out to be either good or bitter”

-Ibn al-Qayyim

"I never once argued with an opponent except that I made dua to Allah to show me the truth on his lips.” – Imam Shafi’i
"O people, whoever commits sin, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. If he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent, and if he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. For it is sin which hangs around a person’s neck, and doom comes from persisting in sin"— Umar ibn Abd al-Azeez
“Losing time is harder than death, as losing time keeps you away from Allah and the Hereafter, while death keeps you away from the worldly life and people.” – Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah
If Zionists believe God promised them the Holy Land does that mean they worship the British?

If Zionists believe God promised them the Holy Land does that mean they worship the British?

Are American Jews Turning Against AIPAC?

Is AIPAC losing influence?

Bad patience means having patience in keeping away from Allâh and His love and His will, because this prevents a person from fulfilling his potential of attaining perfection and doing what he was created for. This is the worst type of patience, and the most difficult, because there is no type of patience stronger than that of the person who wilfully keeps away from his Creator, as apart from Him there is no life at all…A man asked Shiblî, “What type of patience is more difficult?” Shiblî said, “Patience through seeking the help of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” Shiblî said, “Then patience for the sake of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” Shiblî said, “Patience in seeking the pleasure of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” So Shiblî asked, “What is it then?” and the man answered, “Patience in keeping away from Allâh.” Shiblî screamed in such a way that he nearly died.
Uddat as-Sabireen wa Dhakirat ash-Shakireen by Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah on the topic of bad patience - http://balagha.net/patience-gratitude/good-patience-bad-patience
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“The year is like a tree, months are its branches, days are the branch sticks, hours are its leaves, and the breaths are its fruits. Therefore, if one’s breaths are in obedience [to Allah and His Messenger], the fruits of his tree are good. If they are in disobedience, his fruits are bitter… The harvest is on the Appointed Day, when one’s fruits are found out to be either good or bitter”

-Ibn al-Qayyim

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""I never once argued with an opponent except that I made dua to Allah to show me the truth on his lips.” – Imam Shafi’i"
""O people, whoever commits sin, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. If he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent, and if he does it again, let him seek the forgiveness of Allah and repent. For it is sin which hangs around a person’s neck, and doom comes from persisting in sin"— Umar ibn Abd al-Azeez"
"“Losing time is harder than death, as losing time keeps you away from Allah and the Hereafter, while death keeps you away from the worldly life and people.” – Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah"
"Bad patience means having patience in keeping away from Allâh and His love and His will, because this prevents a person from fulfilling his potential of attaining perfection and doing what he was created for. This is the worst type of patience, and the most difficult, because there is no type of patience stronger than that of the person who wilfully keeps away from his Creator, as apart from Him there is no life at all…A man asked Shiblî, “What type of patience is more difficult?” Shiblî said, “Patience through seeking the help of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” Shiblî said, “Then patience for the sake of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” Shiblî said, “Patience in seeking the pleasure of Allâh.” The man said, “No.” So Shiblî asked, “What is it then?” and the man answered, “Patience in keeping away from Allâh.” Shiblî screamed in such a way that he nearly died."

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