«Whoever is invited to a wedding or the like, then he must go.»
One day, as he taught us ‘Aqeedah at the Faculty of Sharee’ah in Qaseem, he made us sit an exam; the exam was on a Sunday, and the following Saturday he brought in all our [marked] papers, considering the number of students was over 80.
As for the Shaykh’s car, then it was as if it were a camel carrying the brothers, because the Shaykh used to take them from one place to another in it.
“My father has arrived in ‘Unayzah to convey greetings to you, I hope you will convey your greetings to him before you leave.”
I brought a container of ripe dates for the Shaykh, and the dates were very fresh – so the Shaykh ate a few and then asked: “Where did you get these dates from?”