“…And help ye one another unto righteousness and pious duty, but help not one another unto sin and transgression…” Al-Maidah 5:2)


“The believers are but a single brotherhood; so make peace between your brothers; and fear Allah that ye may receive mercy.” (Al-Hujurat 49:10)


“And hold fast, all of you together, to the Rope of Allah, and do not separate…” (Ali-Imran 3:102)


“Lo! Allah loveth those who battle for His cause in ranks, as if they were a solid structure.” (As-Saff 61:14)


Prophet Mohammed [pbuh] once said,

“The connection between Muslims is like that of a strong wall-one part strengthens the other.”

The prophet then showed this by interlocking the fingers of one hand with those of the other.


Prophet Mohammed [pbuh] once said,

      “He whose two days (of life) are the same, is in loss.”


Prophet Mohammed [pbuh] once said,

“Take advantage of five opportunities before five other things; your youth before your senescence, your health before your illness, your wealth before your poverty, your leisure before your haste, and your life before your death.”


Imam Husayn Al-Shaheed [a] once said,

      “He who acts according to what Allah has enjoined for him is of the best people.”


Imam Hassan Al-Askari [a] once said,

“There areno qualities above these two: faith in Allah and being beneficial to Muslims.”


Imam Ali Al-Murtadah [a] once said,

“Your yesterday is gone, your tomorrow is doubtful. Therefore value today and act as thou will not have tomorrow.”


Imam Jaafar As-Sadiq [a] once said,

“Verily everything is intimidated by a believer because the religion of Allah causes him to be powerful, and he is not intimidated by anything, which (epithet) is the characteristic of any believer.”


Imam Ali Al-Murtadha [a] once said,

“You should avoid self-admiration, having reliance upon what appears good in yourself and love of exaggerated praise because this is one of the most reliable opportunities of Satan.”

Imam Ali Al-Murtadha [a] once said,

      “Never, never will prosperity be reached by remaining idle and lazy.”


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