Whoever hears of an innovation, then he must not relate it to his companions; he must not relay it [out of fear it may settle] in their hearts.
O noble Shaykh, what is your opinion regarding someone who repented to Allaah from backbiting, and then gave charity on behalf of everyone whom he had backbitten?
O my brother, the benefit of getting together is [that it reminds us] to supplicate [for one another].
This is the clothing of the Monks; certainly, when the Muslims exchange visits with one another, they beautify themselves.
After the death of my father, there ensued a financial disagreement between me and my brother; this disagreement has [now] continued [between us] for [many] years. So, I sought refuge [in Allaah] from Shaytaan the accursed, and began to telephone him and show kindness to him, but he does not reciprocate. I [also] began to visit him with my children to initiate an air of politeness [between us], but he does not let us in[to his house]. So what should my position [now] be [towards my brother], as I feel pain [at our deteriorating state of affairs] O noble Shaykh, since my father and mother have [both] passed away?