It is not from [the etiquettes of] giving advice to spread the faults and shortcomings of the leaders, since that fills the hearts with anger and hate towards the [established and recognised] leaders.
Be cautious of the scholars of evil, just as you are cautious of Iblees.
It is incumbent upon the one to whom advice has been given by his [Muslim] brother to bear the advice with good thoughts, and to thank him for his advice.
Knowledge is [attained] by way of [chains of] transmission, not by intellect.
[During] the day we [will] read from a book, and [during] the night we [will] listen to an audio recording of the people of knowledge.
A question which is oft-repeated by many!!
So your brother is the one who [sincerely] advises you, reminds you, and warns you [against pursuing the path to desctruction].
Either he accepts the truth and adheres to it – then he is a wise person…
What is the ruling if I see someone committing a sin, and I don’t advise him because he knows the ruling?
Whoever does you [a favour or] a good turn, particularly in terms of your religion, and [offering you sincere] advice, and encouraging you upon good and discouraging you against that which is bad, then [all of] this necessitates that you should love [and respect] them.