Visit our YouTube channel for more Shaykh Saalih al-Fowzaan said: The truth is that a happy life is not [attained] with an abundance of wealth, nor an abundance of sustenance, nor superficially nice appearances – which in reality are not-so-nice. Nor is it with [attaining] the pleasures and desires, but rather, genuine happiness and […]
Then, on this occasion (the eve of Muharram) I say, perhaps it is most appropriate for a person to conclude [the passing of] his year with contemplation, and reflection on what he has done and what he is doing.
By Allaah, were the hearts sound (pure), they would be saddened at missing out [from goodness to be attained]. How many are the hours which pass by us, and we are prevented from benefitting from them?
Visit our YouTube channel for more Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen said: So my advice to my brothers – not [specifically] regarding the internet, nor the satellite channels – is to fear Allaah regarding themselves, and to know that they have not been created for this, [instead] they have been created for the worship […]
So if he did not ‘sow’ anything in there for his Hereafter, then he has lost it, and [as a result] he has lost his Hereafter.