Question Are these words ولك عندي بكل يوم وليلة أجر صديق an authentic addition to the narration on your website found here?
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Question Could you kindly give me the Arabic text and reference for the statement made by Sayyiduna Mu’adh ibn Jabal (radiyallahu ‘anhu) welcoming death when he was passing away?
Question Regarding your answer on ‘The earth and heaven weep when a Believer passes away‘, some narrations mention that the earth weeps for forty days. Please mention this narration and the authenticity.
‘Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud’s (radiyallahu ‘anhu) advice regarding fulfilling obligatory deeds and abstaining from sin
Question Is this narration authentic? Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud (radiyallahu ‘anhu) said: “Fulfil whatever has been imposed on you [by the Shari’ah], then you will become the greatest worshipper among people. Abstain from the prohibitions [haram acts], then you will become the most pious of people and be content with whatever Allah has apportioned for you, then you will be …
Question What is the source of this narration? Sayyiduna Jabir ibn ‘Abdillah (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) said: “When you fast, then let your hearing, your sight and tongue also fast from speaking lies and carrying out forbidden deeds, and do not cause harm to your servant. When you fasting, you should be dignified and calm. Do not make the day you are …
Question What is the source of this narration? Sa’id ibnul Musayyab (rahimahullah) said: “One who is seated in the Masjid, is actually seated in the company of Allah Ta’ala.”
Question Is this true? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said to the effect: “The world is three days; One day to come, one day to stay and one day to go.”
Question Is there any narration which states Musa (‘alayhis salam) once asked Allah Ta’ala regarding gratitude (shukr)? Allah Ta’ala said “Keep your tongue moist in dhikr.”
Question Please mention the reference and Arabic text of this quote? “The world is three days; As for yesterday, it has vanished along with all that came with it. As for tomorrow, you may never see it and as for today, it is yours so work on it”
Question Is this authentically attributed to Sayyiduna ‘Umar (radiyallahu ‘anhu)? “Take account of yourself before it is taken by Allah”.
‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud (radiyallahu ‘anhu) prefers to bite on coal rather than express displeasure at taqdir
Question Who is this statement attributed to and could you mention the reference? لأن أعض على جمرة حتى تبرد أحب إلي من أن أقول لشيء قد قضاه الله ليته لم يكن
Question Could you mention the reference for this narration? إذا أراد الله تعالى بعبد خيرا جعل له واعظا من قلبه يأمره وينهاه
Question Please mention the reference and Arabic of this quote: “Sometimes two men will be together offering one Salah, but the difference between them is that of between the sky and earth. This is because one person has his attention fully to Allah and the other is completely unmindful”- Hassan ibn ‘Atiyyah