Ibn ‘Abd al-Barr said:
«يلزم كل مؤمن ومؤمنة إذا جهل شيئًا من دينه أن يسأل عنه.»
❝It is necessary for every believing man and woman if they are ignorant about anything from their religion that they ask about it.❞
[At-Tamheed, (8/338) | Translated By Abū Ruqayyah ‘Abd us-Samad]
When Allah, the Exalted, takes something away from you, He compensates you with something better, but only if you are patient and seek your reward from Him. The Prophet(pbuh) said: “Whoever has his eyesight taken away from him and is (then) patient, he will be compensated for it with Paradise.”
[Don’t be sad by Aaidh ibn Abdullah
Al Qarni Pg 46]
If you have it in mind to do an action connected to the hereafter, get working and hasten towards it before Satan prevents you from it..”
• Sufyaan ath-Thawree
Imam Ibn Qayyim [رحمه الله] said:
“The servant has two standings in front of Allāh. A standing in front of Him during the prayer and a standing in front of Him on the Day of meeting with Him.
Whoever stood for the first standing, giving its due right, the other meeting will become easier for him. And whoever took this standing lightly and did not perform it with its due right, the other standing will become hard and severe for him.”
• [Source: al-Fawā’id, (p. 258)]
When our actions are based on good intentions, our souls shall not regret it.
“When you exhale, giving out breaths of regret, they rise and form clouds, to patter upon you drops of forgiveness. And if you shed a tear on the cheek of repentance, you will give life to your barren heart.”
[Seeds of admonishment and reform, p. 152]