Sin is a sore; if it is not stopped it spreads.
The reality of Taqwa is this, that if you have expose what’s in your heart, place it on a tray and take it to the market then you should not be ashamed of a single item you have displayed.
Not to show greed to somebody else’s wealth is also a form of charity.
To seek forgiveness is simple but to leave sin is difficult.
One who cannot keep his tongue in control will always be disgraced.
Some manners of the ignorant are: the answer before he hears, the opposition before he understands, and the judgment with what he does not know.
When the believer becomes angry, his anger should not take him out of the truth; and when he becomes satisfied, his satisfaction should not bring him into falsehood.
Certainly, knowledge is a lock and its key is the question.