Authentic hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad

“Get to know people by who they hang out with. Because everyone is friends with their own level.”

(“Man la yavzuruh al-fagih”, vol. 4, p. 396).

“Call upon Allah and be sure that you will be heard. Know that Allah will never hear the prayers of an indifferent soul.”

(“Bihar al-Anwar”, vol. 90, p. 321).

“If any of you has to judge the Muslims, let him not do it in anger. There is no need to make distinctions, looking at the judging parties, offering them to sit down and addressing them.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 176).

“Allah protects his beloved slave from worldly life (from its tricks) just as he protects his sick from water (due to the harm caused by water).”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 179).

“My biggest fear is that my Ummah will give in to lust and be carried away by senseless dreams.”

(Sheikh Sadug. “Hisao”, p. 51).

“Among His slaves, Allah loves the most those who are most useful to other slaves of Allah”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 169).

“Before Allah, above all feasts is that around which the largest number of people have gathered.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 169).

“The best deed in the sight of Allah is restraint in speech (this means refraining from lying, condemning in absentia, cursing, denunciation, and other haram).”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 168).

“The best deed before Allah is to feed the hungry, pay his debts and solve his problems.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 168).

“The best deed in the sight of Allah is prayer performed on time, then good to parents, and then jihad in the name of Allah.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 167).

“Allah will punish two sins already in this world: unrestrainedness and disobedience to parents.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 165).

“Beware of the curse of the destitute, for their curse rises to the heavens (to Allah) like a spark.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 163).

“The divine service consists of 70 parts, the most excellent of which is the halal income.”

(“Mustadrak al-Wasa’il”, vol. 13, p. 12).

“When laying the walls of the house, beware of the haram stone: it can lead to the destruction of the whole house.”

(“Nahj al-fasah”, p. 162).

“Paradise will be granted to the one who hides the faults of his Muslim brother.”

(Sheikh Sadug. “Sawaba al-amal”, p. 145).