The one who knows himself, knows his Lord.
Your smiling in your brother's face is charity; and your exhorting man to virtuous deeds is charity; and your prohibiting the forbidden is charity; and your showing men the road, in the land in which they lose it, is charity; and your assisting the b
No man is a true believer unless he desireth for his brother that which he desireth for himself
The greatest crimes are to associate another with God, to vex your father and mother, to murder your own species, to commit suicide, and to swear to lie
Keep yourselves far from envy; it eateth up and taketh away good actions, like as fire eateth up and burneth wood
The faithful do not die; perhaps they become translated from this perishable world to the world of eternal existences
The creation is as God's family; for its sustenance is from Him: therefore the most beloved unto God is the person who doeth good to God's family
An adultress passed by a dog at a well; and the dog was holding out his tongue from thirst, which was near killing him, and the woman drew off her boot, and tied it to the end of her garment, and drew water for the dog, and gave him to drink; and she was forgiven for that act.
Verily God hath one hundred loving kindnesses; one of which he hath sent down amongst man, quadrupeds, and every moving thing upon the face of the earth: by it they are kind to each other, and forgive one another; and by it the animals of the wilds a
God enjoins you to treat women well, for they are your mothers, daughters, aunts
Do not say, that if the people do good to us, we will do good to them; and if the people oppress us, we will oppress them; but determine that if people do you good, you will do good to them; and if they oppress you, you will not oppress them
Heaven liveth at the feet of mothers
Four things support the world: the learning of the wise, the justice of the great, the prayers of the good, and the valor of the brave
If a man finds himself with bread in both hands, he should exchange one loaf for some flowers of the narcissus, because the loaf feeds the body, but the the flowers feed the soul
Philosophy is the stray camel of the faithful; take hold of it wherever ye come across it