* Rage and grudge blind one's eyes, so one cannot see realities.
* A scholar continues living even when he dies. An ignorant person is dead even when he is alive.
* Spreading gossip means betraying a trust.
* This world is the place of working. The place of reward is the hereafter.
* Value the actions of humans, not their words. Do not be deceived by the words of everyone.
* There is no fear for Allah in a heart where there is arrogance.
* It is gross stupidity to do deeds worthy of entering Hell and then to hope for Paradise.
* It is extremely difficult for a person who has the love for fame in his heart to find the truth.
* The remedy for protecting wealth from harm is to give zakat of it.
* The good person is the one who benefits his family.
* Good morals are to refrain from harming others and to endure difficulties.
* Bad morals are to rebel against and oppose Allahu ta'ala.
* Tawakkul is to submit yourself to Allah in all your affairs and to endure all things that befall you thinking that they are all from Him.
* A Muslim lady is like those who perform jihad in the way of Allah as long as she breastfeeds her baby.
* The best thing given to a guest is a smiling face and soft words.
* It does not befit a Muslim to be in a position to beg something from others.
* The thing that brings all acts of worship within itself and draws one much nearer to Allah is salat.
* The best of blessings is the one earned by way of working.
* Saying "I am the son of so-and-so" does not exalt a person.
* Every building has a base. The base of the building of Islam is good moral qualities.
* A perfect person is the one who does not change even when praised or insulted.
* Learning the knowledge ('ilm) that is obligatory on you is better than all gains of the world. For everyone, there is nothing better than learning knowledge ('ilm).
* Do not hurt the feelings of even a disbeliever. Hurting the feelings of a person means offending Allahu ta'ala.
* Control yourself while doing two things: while talking and while eating.