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    "The spirits of human beings are soldiers marshaled in armies. Those who recognize each other come together in harmony. We have a harmony between us, which is the harmony of the hearts, that are beating together. Of hearts that are on the same page. Of hearts that desire same things. That harmony grows, and may that harmony never be broken, but that harmony is a manifestation of the fact we were harmonious before we knew each other" - Shaykh Dr Umar Faruq Abd-Allah (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    Why would you ask someone to pray for you, if you are not willing to pray for yourself?
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    "A spiritual crisis is an invitation to the banquet of God. The fee is pure submission" - Imam Muhammad Abdul Latif Finch (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    It is reported that Al-Hasan Al-Basr often used to say, O youth! Seek the hereafter, for we often see people pursuing the hereafter and finding it as well as the duny (worldly wellbeing), but we have never seen anyone pursue the duny and gain the hereafter as well as the duny.

    Al-Bayhaq, Al-Zuhd Al-Kabr, article 12.
    Let not any Muslim belittle another Muslim, for the lowest of the Muslims is great in the Sight of Allah. - Abū Bakr As Siddiq (Radi allahu anhu)
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    "Try to become an embodiment of compassion and mercy in your daily life. Do not wait for a situation to occur that will call out these virtues in you. Rather, seek out opportunities where you can manifest them along with all of the other prophetic virtues. Do not live your life passively waiting to be used, roused or stimulated into action by events. Live an active life wherein you become the one who is initiating acts of goodness and kindness in all that you do. Be an embodiment of the truth you represent. Let your words and comportment convey the dignity of the believer to all that you meet" - Imam Zaid Shakir (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    "Everyday is another chance to praise God's limitless glory. Everyday is another chance to be a servant of the Merciful. Everyday is another chance to be better than before." - Sarah Joseph.
    "Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest." [13:28]
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    It is reported that Marf Al-Karkh Allh have mercy on him said:

    When Allh chooses good for a person He opens the door to action for him, and closes the door to argumentation; and when Allh chooses evil for a person he opens the door of argumentation and closes the door to action.

    Al-Khatb Al-Baghdd, Iqtd Al-Ilm Al-Amal, article 123.
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    "The night has well set in and the sheer darkness of the grave is the inescapable reality. The Angels have entered that thin space and true reality now beholds. May Allah Ta'ala fill the graves of our parents, brothers and sisters with Real Light and open the thin space to the windows of the Gardens of Paradisial Breeze. And may Allah guide us to be prepared for that utter darkness that ONLY polished hearts filled with the Light of Allah can light up" - Imam Afroz Ali (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    "When you learn, teach. When you get, give." (Cant recall who I quoted.)
    "Verily, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find rest." [13:28]
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    "In order to find the realities of God, you have to be on a path. and you have to have companionship along the path. And you have to have someone to pick you up, and you have to have spiritual guidance. And you have to have the great gift that God gives you - love. Protected love that God gives you. This is the purpose of our life. We were ordered to worship God to know God" - Shaykh Dr Umar Faruq Abd-Allah
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    "Don't think for a moment that your heart is strong. The heart is a vulnerable fool. It turns more easily than you turn your head. That's why its called 'qalb' (that which turns). Protect it with layer upon layer of guards. And the only guard is the consistent remembrance of God." - Yasmin Mogahed
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    "An intelligent enemy is better than an ignorant friend. The friend offers to help you, but will actually cause more harm than good. The intelligent enemy may not like you, but will treat you with fairness" - Shaykh Hamza Yusuf (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    "An intelligent enemy is better than an ignorant friend. The friend offers to help you, but will actually cause more harm than good. The intelligent enemy may not like you, but will treat you with fairness" - Shaykh Hamza Yusuf (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Shame on you and shame on mark hanson. One would think that working for something called the "Al-Ghazzali Center", this would be known to you.

    The above is a saying of (/stated by) Imam Al-Ghazali, it's from his Ihya (or if another book, it escapes me which one). It is quite famous and well-known not buried under obscure passages.

    Broad daylight robbery by the criminal gang of hanson, afroz et al and their blind fanboys whose Islam revolves around jahil personalities claiming to be scholars! Very ironically, you are the "ignorant friend" here and indeed, worse than an "intelligent enemy"! (PS. It's actually "foolish" friend in the original, the rest of the saying is mostly correctly plagiarized by mark hanson and you.)
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    "Be aware when your deluded soul tells you to react in anger to a person with bad manners. Be courageous by showing patience in adversity and by bearing another's bad character with the highest moral standard. An inability to say sorry for one's actions is a great cowardice" - Habib Ali Jifri (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    Imam Sufyaan ath-Thawri (rahimahullah) advised one of his Brothers:

    "Today, people are not able to discern between truth and falsehood, and none will be saved from this predicament except for someone who invokes Allah with the same instensity and feeling with which a drowning man invokes Allah for help. Do you know anyone who is at that level? It used to be said: 'The time draws near for the people when the wise among them will find no joy (but will instead be constantly worried about the degeneration of Muslim society).' Fear Allah, the Possessor of might and majesty. Be a man of solitude; occupy your time with yourself (with preparing for the Hearafter); and seek companionship with the Book of Allah (Azza wa Jal)."

    Source: Biography of Imam Sufyaan ath-Thawri
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    ‎"I got to know my Lord, through the cancellation of my plans" - Ali (r)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    Perhaps a great deed is belittled by an intention. And perhaps a small deed, by a sincere intention, is made great
    - Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak

    Dhikr (remembrance of Allah) is to the heart as water is to a fish; see what happens to a fish when it is taken out of water.
    - Ibn Taymiyyah

    Wealth should be viewed just like the toilet, in that you have need for it and resort to it when necessary, but it has no place in your heart
    - Ibn Taymiyyah

    "To clean the heart, one must use the soap of Imaan, the water of Islam and let it dry under the light of ALLAH"
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    'Trust in Him until you don't trust in anything else. At that point, whatever He wills will make you smile" - Imam Muhammad Abdul Latif Finch (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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    Al-Imm ibn al-Jawzi was asked:

    "Is it better for me to make tasbh or to make istighfr?"

    He replied:

    "The dirty robe is more in need of soap than perfume."
    O you who believe! Stand out firmly for Allh as just witnesses and let not the enmity and hatred of others make you avoid justice. Be just: that is nearer to piety, and fear Allh. Verily, Allh is Well-Acquainted with what you do. (Al-Mā'idah: 8)
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    "Two kinds of people who face failuers in life: First who does not listen to anyone, and the other who listens to everyone" - Imam Afroz Ali (may Allah swt preserve him)
    Ibn Taymiyya (r) said: The Way of those Shuyukh of Tasawwuff is to call people to Allah's Divine Presence and obedience to the Prophet (Majma'a Fatawa Ibn Taymiyya, Dar ar-Rahmat, Cairo. Vol 11. Pg 497)
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