Uthman ibn Affan Quotes | Quotes by Uthman ibn Affan
1Three worldly things have been made dear to me: feeding the hungry, clothing the naked and reading the Qur'an.
2Worrying about the dunya is a darkness in the heart, while worrying about akhirah is a light in the heart.
3If the hearts are pure, they will never have enough from reciting Allah's words (the Qur'an).
4Absorption in worldly affairs breeds darkness in the heart, and absorption in the affairs of the next world enkindles light in the heart
5If anyone stumbles then he must repent. If anyone errs then he must repent. And no one must insist on (the path of) destruction. If anyone insists on tyranny then he is far away from the path
6Acquire wisdom from the story of those who have already passed.
7Take note of the fact that I am a follower (of the religion) and not an innovator.
8Enjoin what is good and forbid what is evil before the worst amongst you are given authority over you and then when even the best of you make dua against them, their duas will not be accepted.
9It is sufficient for you that the one who envies you is distressed at the time of your joy.
10No one conceals something in his heart, but Allah causes it to be seen on his face or in a slip of the tongue.
11If our hearts were truly pure, we would never have our fill of the words of your Lord
12Allah the Exalted loves him who forgoes worldly life, the Angels love him who rejects the vices, and the Muslims love him who gives up greediness in respect of the Muslims.
13Had our hearts been pure, we would never tire with the Dhikr of Allaah.
- N. C. Wyeth Quotes
- Octavius Winslow Quotes
- Zachary Taylor Quotes
- Zane Grey Quotes
- Ze''ev Jabotinsky Quotes
- Abraham H. Cannon Quotes
- Ada Leverson Quotes
- Adelaide Anne Procter Quotes
- Akbar Quotes
- Alan Rufus Quotes
- Alexis Carrel Quotes
- Alfred Austin Quotes
- Alfred Binet Quotes
- Alfred de Musset Quotes
- Alfred Doblin Quotes