1. Start a business of worshiping Allah, and all types of profits shall come to you without the need of investing any capital – Malik b. Dinar.
2. The true believer hides his good deeds just as he hides his sins – Bishr al-Hafi
3. Constantly thinking about someone is a sign of true love – so how often do those who claim to love Allah remember Him?
4.”Whoever does not find happiness in the dhikr of Allah, prayer, and reciting The Quran,will not find it anywhere else” -Hasan Basri.
5. Ibn Masud: “Indeed, a person forgets knowledge that he had learned because of a sin that he performs.”
6. Wahb ibn Munabbih () said, “Whoever claims to be smart, but does not concentrate on the Hereafter, is lying.”
7. If you don’t try to wake up for Fajr, there is really no benefit in you waking up at all.
8.Estimate how many lines of blogs, internet, twitter and news you’ve read today, and then compare that with how many lines of Quran recited.
9.Fame is a test from Allah. The ascetic Ibrahim b. Adham (d. 161 AH) said,”Whoever loves fame has not been sincere to Allah.”
10. Hassan al-Basri: “Of the signs that Allah has turned away from a person is that he becomes occupied with that which does not
11. Of the pearls of Ibrahim b. Adham (d. 162 AH), the scholar and ascetic, is,”Only that which is done for Allah lasts forever.”
12.Ibn Taymiyya: “The essence of iman (faith) is to believe the Prophet in all that he says, and to conform with all that he commands.”
13.”And remind [others] if these reminders are beneficial” al-Quran 87:9
14. “The one who points to the good has the reward of the one who performs it.” (Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon
him) “And continue to remind, for surely the reminder benefits the Believers.” [51:55]