* One should not be deceived by temporary pleasures and worldly goods that are short-lived.
* Abdiyyah (being a true slave of Allahu ta'ala) is knowing that one is always in need of Allahu taala and fully obeying His Messenger.
* Abundance and goodness come into a house where the Qur'an al-karim is read (recited). Angels get together, and devils run away from there.
* The value of voluntary acts of worship compared with that of obligatory ones is not even like a drop of water compared with an ocean.
* Those who have greed for hoarding up wealth are always in distress and sorrow.
* Ikhlas is performing acts of worship only for the sake of Allahu taala without thinking about worldly benefits.
* Dua is the weapon of the Believer and the head of the religion. It is the light of the sky and earth.
* Allahu taala sees sins but covers them. Humans do not see sins but reveal them.
* The best gain is to put your trust in Allahu taala and not to expect anything from people.
* Whoever commits a sin laughing will go to Hell crying.
* Justice is amity and harmony among people, as well as the beauty and ornament of leaders.
* If a Believer has ikhlas and repentance, Allahu taala forgives all his sins.
* Ashab-i Kiram reached endless perfection only by way of suhbah.
* Since pain, sorrow, separation, and disasters happen by Allahu taalas will and predestination, one should be pleased with everything that comes from Him.
* One of the gravest sins is to make fun of people.
* Exchanging the Hereafter for the world, that is turning away from Allah to people, is stupidity.
* Be among people, but do not be a burden on them.
* A wise person finds a way before his fears come true.
* The one who pursues unnecessary things loses necessary ones.
* The most virtuous day is Friday. The most virtuous month is Ramadan, and the most virtuous deed is the salat performed in time.
* The one who puts his trust in Allahu ta alas decree after taking precautions is a person of tawakkul.
* Obeying parents is an expiation for major sins.
* A person may be in need when he is a scholar even though he was wealthy when he was ignorant. If sustenance were distributed as per knowledge and intelligence, animals would perish because of their ignorance.