Sufyaan Bin Uyaynah (rahimahullaah) said:
''If my morning is like that of the foolish and my night is like that of the ignorant,
then what will I do with the knowledge I wrote down?''
[Source: Akhlaaq Read more [...]
Al-Hasan Al-Basri (rahimahullaah) said:
''If a slave does not weep except out of being shy in the presence of Allaah, it would be befitting that he weeps.''
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Yoonus Ibn Ubayd) [rahimahullaah] said: I am amazed by three statements! I am amazed by a statement of Muwarraq Al-Ajali, who said: ''I never said anything during anger, which I regretted during times Read more [...]
Ibn Abee Dunyaa narrates from Al-Layth Bin Sad, from Ubaydullaah Ibn Abee Ja’far, from Abee Khaldah, who said:
''I met a people who used to act and not just speak; but today they (i.e. the people) Read more [...]
Imaam Ibnul Qayyim (rahimahullaah) said:
Hammaad Bin Zayd said, ''I said to Ayyoub (As-Sakhtiyaanee): Is there more knowledge today or in the past?'' So he (Ayyoub) said: ''There is more speech today Read more [...]
Ibn Abee Dunyaa (rahimahullaah) narrates from Ad-Dahhaak (rahimahullaah) who said:
''I met a people who used to learn about Wara (i.e. acquainting themselves and being apprehensive about those things Read more [...]