If the son of Aadam were to flee from his rizq (provision) as he flees from death…
There is nothing more of an exhortation [to good] than the grave, and nothing more of a companion than a book, and nothing more safer than unity.
Indeed, this knowledge is the religion, so look (be careful) from whom you take your religion.
[All of] his time would be filled with worship and [the reading of] set portions [of the Qur.aan].
It rained over the grave of Harim ibn Hayyaan on the day he died, and then vegetation began to sprout [forthwith].
[When] Harim ibn Hayyaan died it was a hot day. So when they had finished with his grave, there came a cloud which stopped over the grave; it was neither longer nor shorter than it (the grave). And it drizzled over it (the grave) until it had drenched it, and then it went away.
I attended the funeral of al-Ahnaf in Koofaa, and was amongst those who descended down into his grave, and when I had leveled it [ready for his body to then be placed inside], I saw how it had been made wide and spacious – as far as my eye could see!
I saw the Messenger of Allaah ﷺ in a dream last night, and he ﷺ said [to me]…
My two feet have not become dusty [fighting] in the Path of Allaah.
O Allaah, indeed I long to meet you, so long to meet me [too].