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ISLAMIC TREASURY OF VIRTUES
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 Islamic Treasury Of Virtues
  • Book Author:
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan
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318
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Islamic Treasury of Virtues

ISLAMIC TREASURY OF VIRTUES

Book contents

  • God’s people   
  • Those who show mercy will be dealt with mercifully
  • Whatever happens is the will of God   
  • Remaining steadfast in the face of persecution   
  • The most worthwhile work is preaching the word of God 
  • The preacher of God’s word wishes people well, no matter how they treat him   
  • A good deed is of no value if it makes one proud 
  • Of all actions, the most sublime is remembrance of God 
  • An able and righteous man – the most treasured asset
  • Qualities of leadership   
  • An Islamic Treasury of Virtues Table of Contents
  • What those who sit with leaders should be like   
  • Sycophantic subordinates portend disaster   
  • Lip service is not proof of real attachment   
  • Even self-sacrifice is of no value without total sincerity   
  • It is wrong even to hint a partnership with God   
  • Have trust in God right up till the end   
  • Thinking of God in moments of crisis   
  • On hearing the Hereafter mentioned, he waived his claim 
  • Fear of God made the stick fall from his hand 
  • Fearing God’s punishment, even when one is dealing with the lowly   
  • The greatest favour to seek from God is forgiveness    Avoiding anger   
  • Knowing the world, but not the Hereafter 
  • They will be of good cheer on meeting God   
  • What really matters is the man within   
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  • Extending unstinted support 
  • In between two possibilities   
  • The heart and the tongue: of all things the best and the worst   
  • Obedience to the Prophet, come what may   
  • Sincerity and piety the essence of Islam   
  • True faith brings visions of unseen realities   
  • The Qur’an is for admonition, not just for recital   
  • Bear hardship with patience, and one’s sins will be forgiven in the next world   
  • The eminent should grieve for the lowly   
  • What is Faith?   
  • Lose all, gain all   
  • Knowledge is more than just information 
  • Affluence is the greatest trial   
  • All man’s sins, except pride, may be forgiven   
  • The Prophet’s way of giving advice 
  • When evil lives on   
  • An Islamic Treasury of Virtues Table of Contents
  • Remaining on speaking terms   
  • Follow in the footsteps of the early Muslims: that is the only way to reform   
  • Hoping for something is not enough It must be worked for   
  • Not hating even the direst of enemies   
  • A true believer shows no hesitation in answering the call of the Almighty   
  • The God-fearing treats others best   
  • Bowing at the very name of God 
  • Salvation is for those who tread the path of the Prophet and his Companions   
  • Conversing with God more and with men less   
  • Remembrance of God the greatest act of worship 
  • God’s own are those who accept the Qur’an   
  • Liking criticism   
  • Rising above love and hate   
  • Patience and forbearance in the face of ignorance   
  • Swallowing one’s anger increases one’s faith   
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  • Immune to flattery 
  • To praise someone to his face is to destroy oneself 
  • Not letting praise go to one’s head   
  • Blessed are those who tolerate the severity of the righteous   
  • Receiving praise, not with conceit, but with humility
  • Reject reproof and you reject what is good   
  • Working in one’s own sphere, and avoiding conflict with the government of the day   
  • Fearing no one in giving admonishment   
  • Reckon with oneself before being reckoned with 
  • Learning from everything that happens 
  • Meditation the greatest of activities   
  • The Companions worshipped by thinking of God and the Hereafter   
  • In everything there is a lesson to be learned 
  • The nature of a true believer 
  • Worship   
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  • Worshipping God and not harming others 
  • Knowing God is the greatest worship   
  • Good Character-the very essence of religion   
  • It is the spirit of worship that is important   
  • Lodge God in one’s heart: that is the best of states   
  • Remembering God is a constant state of prayer   
  • God looks after one who prays to Him   
  • To help a Muslim in need is a great act of worship 
  • Truly destitute are those bereft of God’s grace in the Hereafter 
  • Hastening to pray in times of difficulty   
  • Letting one’s heart be moved by the Qur’an 
  • Prayer places one under divine protection   
  • Congregational prayer brings one closer to God 
  • Self-seeking places one far from God   
  • A show of piety is not reverence   
  • Keeping within the bounds of propriety when fasting
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  • The state induced by prayer should be abiding   
  • God can hear even the smallest whisper   
  • Religion is worthless if its end is material gain   
  • True worship entails meekness and humility before God 
  • God loves the humble cry of His servant   
  • How to be prudent   
  • Mention what is good: pass over what is evil 
  • Three all-embracing duties   
  • True knowledge is that which induces fear of God   
  • No one is exempt from danger of going astray   
  • How saint-worship gradually turns into idol-worship
  • The law of God is applicable to everyone   
  • When those bound for Paradise find their way barred
  • Only disinterested action is of moral value 
  • Between hope and fear 
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  • There is charity in forgiveness  
  • The corrupting influence of power    
  • Those who do not fear God cannot understand the state of mind of those who do    
  • Sometimes the obscure are more amply rewarded than the famous    
  • Preferring to be unostentatious    
  • Living in fear of Doomsday    
  • Setting no special value upon one sown actions    
  • The worth of honest earnings    
  • Sincerity  
  • Being sincere means abstaining from what is forbidden    
  • Weighing up one’s actions before they are weighed
  • up on the divine scales of justice  
  • Do not regard knowledge as a means to personal prestige    
  • Lust for fame the worst single danger-for man    
  • Acting ‘to be seen by men’    
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  • Fearing God in one’s dealings with men  
  • Putting oneself in others’ shoes and not entertaining suspicions    
  • Rejoicing in the Muslims’ prosperity  
  • Avoiding retaliation for the sake of God  
  • One who will be saved from Doom on the Day of Judgement    
  • Hardness of heart comes from using religion for worldly ends    
  • The Day of death will be the great awakening    
  • Worldly attachment bars the gate to eternity    
  • Standing on the brink of Hell-fire    
  • Thinking nought of one’s actions    
  • The greatest deeds are the most difficult of all    
  • Only the Muslim who is true to his faith can enter Paradise    
  • Regarding one’s deeds as of no special value  
  • It is hypocrisy to join a movement because of its worldly success    
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  • By performing small tasks a man does not demean himself    
  • Having bad relations with anyone is no reason to deny him his rights    
  • Being satisfied with God’s bounty and always thirsting for knowledge  
  • By making no efforts, man loses what he hopes to gain  
  • Leave justice to God    
  • Being conscious of one’s own faults, not of others  
  • Bowing to the will of God and to His Messenger  
  • He whose heart is free of hate will enter Heaven  
  • Reforming others and being ready to be reformed oneself    
  • The least one can do is not harm anyone    
  • Worship is more than a set of rituals    
  • Why try to make a god of oneself?  
  • While worshipping God, respect the convenience of others    
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  • The simpler the ceremony, the greater the blessing    
  • Choose the simpler, not the more difficult way    
  • Making things unnecessarily difficult for oneself does not constitute piety    
  • Religious leaders should have consideration for their congregations    
  • Rather than from outward actions, greatness comes from inward grace    
  • No rigidity in religion    
  • God looks not just at actions but at their motives    
  • Piety    
  • Piety leads one to press onwards in spite of all obstacles  
  • Giving oneself up to God and wishing others well    The self-destructiveness of worldly greed    
  • The true intellectual is a man of great piety  
  • Showing no favouritism  
  • Self-appraisal first and foremost    
  • Taking no advantage of one’s position  
  • An Islamic Treasury of Virtues Table of Contents
  • Justice, even towards enemies    
  • The feelings inspired by faith are misinterpreted by the profane  
  • Self-Reliance    
  • Preferring God to riches    
  • No affliction is worse than hardness of heart    
  • Unwillingness to make sacrifices leads to self- destruction  
  • Do not become unbalanced by love or hate    
  • No Paradise without the sacrifice of life and property
  • Things asked for and things given freely are in two separate categories  
  • Keeping out of the limelight    
  • True knowledge is fear of God    
  • Lost to the world  
  • Conceit: the most evil trait    
  • Fearing God in matters that concern the weak  
  • Remaining detached from the material side of life    
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  • When pleasures seem empty    
  • Man proposes, God disposes  
  • Retribution here and now    
  • When death is nigh  
  • Salvation is all    
  • The joys of a pious household    
  • The call of paradise  
  • Take what is gladly given; do not ask for more  
  • Preoccupation with prestige can lead straight to perdition    
  • Giving up this world for the next  
  • Selflessness in worldly matters    
  • No Islamic revolution without Islamic individuals    
  • There are times to remain silent and times to speak freely    
  • Two eyes that shall be saved from the Fire    
  • One has to lose in order to gain  
  • An Islamic Treasury of Virtues Table of Contents
  • Worldly attachment hinders acknowledgement of the truth  
  • Beyond the call of duty    
  • To live, one must come to terms with dying  
  • True religion brings about radical changes in one’s life  
  • Repentance is to be ashamed of what one has done  
  • Have dealings with men as if they were dealings with God  
  • Humility    
  • Respect means something more than the making of gestures    
  • Refraining from acquiring unnecessary tastes  
  • Conceit takes one far from God  
  • The bravest is the most in control of himself    
  • Giving one’s best, but without conceit    
  • Never considering oneself above serving God    
  • Having regard for necessities rather than formalities
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  • Kindness to animals    
  • Accepting all food without demur  
  • God does not like pride in His servants    
  • Avoid functions whose sole purpose is ostentation    
  • To humble oneself is to raise oneself    
  • The Prophet did not allow his hand to be kissed    
  • Heaping scorn on truth is an act of pride  
  • Sitting among people with no thought for position    
  • Having due regard for people who are of no special importance  
  • The self-belittler is great in the eyes of God  
  • Simplicity of Dress  
  • Good manners at meal times    
  • What it pleased the Lord to give to His Prophet    
  • The secret of contentment is being happy with what one has    
  • The parting of the ways    
  • The servants of God must live in humility  
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  • Trust In God  
  • The Countless Blessings of God    
  • Devotion to God: food for the soul    
  • Constant fear of God    
  • No limit to God’s mercy  
  • All power is in the hands of God    
  • Everything happens through the instrumentality of God  
  • Even the most ordinary things are great blessings  
  • Islam: a practical guide to daily living    
  • Meet your Lord with a clean record    
  • It is only under stress that a man appears in his true colours  
  • Being content with what God ordains  
  • Manners In Speech    
  • There is virtue in refusing to retaliate  
  • Not being offended when criticized    
  • Discord and the truth    

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