Wednesday, November 30, 2005


Ayah of the Day:
Their is certainly advice in their stories for those who have reason. It is not an invented tale, but confirmation of what proceeds it, and analysts of all things, and guidance and mercy for people who believe. [12: 111]

Hadith of the Day:
Give people respite from your evil. For to do this is a form of charity that you give to yourself. [Bukhari & Muslim]

Wise Quote of the Day:
The heart of those who intimately know Allah is a wellspring of Divine remembrance, whereas the heart of the one stuck in the mires of this world is a factory, which produces only greed and covetousness. [Mansur Ammar]

Guidance of the Day:
One of the most important ways to conquer the hearts of people is that one always seeks an opportunity to do others good and once such an opportunity appears, make use of it without delay. If only we could set our hearts on always doing good to others!

Good morals and sound conscience, and good manners and virtues, are like a currency universally acceptable and which is not affected by changes in the values of other means of exchange. Those provided with such qualities are like merchants with the highest credit who can do business wherever they want.

The more a person suffers in life and is conscious of the life he or she is living, the more profound his or her feelings become. Those who live unconsciously of the meaning of life and events have experienced no suffering, can never develop their feelings and faculties. Nor can they feel themselves as parts of existence. [Peals of Wisdom]

Food for Thought:
He dies not who gives life to learning. Who are learned? Those who practice what they know.

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