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بسم الله الرحمان الرحيم
الحمد الله

Narrated Manṣūr bin ‘Ammār who said, “Sulaymān bin Dāwūd said, ‘Verily, the one who conquers his desire is stronger than the one who takes over a city alone.’” [Ḥilyaħ al-Awliyā’ 6/1707]


Narrated Manṣūr bin ‘Ammār who said, “Sulaymān bin Dāwūd said, ‘Verily, the one who conquers his desire is stronger than the one who takes over a city alone.’” [Ḥilyaħ al-Awliyā’ 6/1707]

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بسم الله الرحمان الرحيم
الحمد الله

Muḥammad bin Aḥmad bin Kathīr said, “Narrated to us some of the people of al-Hijāz who said, ‘Abu Ḥāzim said, “Any blessing that does not result in coming to close to Allāh the Exalted, then it will be a cause of worry (i.e. on Day of Judgement).”’” [Ḥilyaħ al-Awliyā’ 2/497]

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بسم الله الرحمان الرحيم
الحمد الله

Narrated to us Abdullāh bin Muḥammad bin Ja’far who said, “Narrated to us ‘Alī bin Isḥāq who said, ‘Narrated to us Ḥusayn al-Marwazī who said, “Narrated to us al-Haytham bin Jamīl who said, ‘Narrated to us Ṣāliḥ al-Murrī on the authority of Abān from Wahb who said, “I read it in a wise saying, ‘There are four pillars for disbelief: a pillar of it is anger, a pillar of it is desire , a pillar of it is greed and a pillar of it is fear.’” [Ḥilyaħ al-Awliyā’ 3/603]

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بسم الله الرحمان الرحيم
الحمد الله

Abū Aḥmad Muḥammad bin Aḥmad told us that Aḥmad bin Mūsa al-‘Adanī told us that Ismā’īl bin Sa’īd al-Kasā’ī said, “Kathīr bin Hāshim told us on the authority of Ja’far bin Burqān said, ‘It was informed to us that Wahb bin Munnabih used to say, “Glad tidings to the one who sees his own faults over others faults. And glad tidings to whosoever humbles himself to Allāh without any neediness. And may mercy be upon the people of humility and submissiveness. And those who give in charity from wealth that is not gathered in disobedience (i.e. ḥarām means of earning). And the one who keeps in company of the people of knowledge and perseverance and wisdom. And who held fast to Sunnaħ and did not transgress it by innovation (bid’aħ) [Ḥilyaħ al-Awliyā’ 3/602]

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