• We wish Pharaoh’s Here and Moses’ Hereafter
  • When a boat is about to sink, passengers of themselves begin to invoke Allah
  • The world is ancient, but it has not lost its newness
  • Some are dead when alive; others are alive even after death
  • We earn to live and we live to earn
  • Fortunate is the person who remains pleased with his fortune
  • When the child is ill, the mother will know how to pray
  • He who has no light in his heart, what will he gain from the festival of lamps
  • Life by itself is not the aim of life. The aim of life is to attain life eterna
  • We go along carrying the burden of others, and, having gone some way, we throw off all our burdens, and are silently lost in some unknown world.
  • It is sin to remember the sin you have already repented over. Forget about the sin you have given up
  • Life is come from God; live it for God. Wealth is come from God; spend it in the way of God
  • A more fearful thing than death is the fear of death
  • If you wish to see impurity, look within yourself; if you wish to see good, find it in others
  • Peace will come once you remove the conflict between your desires and your duties
  • That man is cursed twice who is not generous even with the money he has acquire wrongly
  • Once repentance (taubah) is truly accepted, even the memory of the sin is erased
  • What is ‘truth’? That which comes from the lips of a truthful person. The more honest the person the greater the truth
  • The most unfortunate person is one who remains hard-hearted even in poverty
  • When the eye becomes the heart, the heart becomes the eye