The sign of [one’s] love of Allaah is the plentiful remembrance of Him, for indeed you do not love anything except that you remember it alot.
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?
The Muslim woman generally spends most of her time in the kitchen, busy preparing various types of food, so [as a result] she misses out on taking advantage of the time during the month of Ramadhaan [to increase in the worship of Allaah]. So do you have any advice for the Muslim woman [in this regard]?
He then uttered this dhikr, and asked Allaah to make firm the Qur.aan in his heart; thereafter, he never forgot the Qur.aan.
Indeed, khashyah is to have fear and apprehension of Allaah, such that your fear and apprehension of Him is a cause of preventing you from sin; that there is [the true essence of] khashyah.
Is there anything [authentically reported] from the Prophetic Sunnah about reciting Aayatul-Kursee, the two aayahs after it, and the last two aayahs of soorah al-Baqarah, and then all of the beautiful Names of Allaah – after completing the obligatory prayer?