Many people are overcome with protective jealousy (الغَيْرَة) to start with disciplining before teaching!
Man has not been blessed with anything better than patience…
Just two or three almonds
[Regarding the Imaam], Abu ‘Abdillaah al-Bukhaaree, a day would come and quite possibly he would not [even] eat a piece of flat bread, and instead sometimes [just] eat two or three almonds.
In control of one’s hunger
[When] I left Koofah for Makkah, I ate [some] food in Koofah, and the next [time I had something to eat was] in Makkah.
A year comes and passes
Indeed a year comes [and passes], and I will not have eaten any meat, other than from my udh.hiyah sacrifice on the day of [‘Eed] al-Adh.haa.
The benefits of hunger
Hunger cleanses the mind and kills the desires, and it is a cause for attaining deeper knowledge.
Control over his tongue
[From] amongst them, [‘Abdullaah] Ibn ‘Own was the one who had the most control over his tongue.
In pursuit of humility
He was self-deprecating, and would not deem himself [to be much].
Seeking knowledge by watching videos
[What is the ruling regarding] using teaching aids such as video to teach Islaamic subjects such as fiqh, tafseer, [the laws of] inheritance, and other such subjects?
Before putting pen to paper
I did not put [pen to paper and record] any hadeeth in my book “Saheeh [al-Bukhaaree]” except that I washed before [doing so], and then prayed two rak’ahs.