…then the reward for what he intended and strived towards will be recorded for him [even though he did not attain his goal].
by Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen volume 1, 2nd edition size: 4.27mb filetype: pdf Download This book is intended to be an important companion to the sincere student of knowledge; highlighting the virtues of seeking knowledge, the etiquettes of doing so and the means which assist in acquiring knowledge. Other areas covered include the extremely […]
It is not permissible for a person to be lenient in attending gatherings of knowledge – and exerting himself in doing so…
It is befitting for the student of knowledge to protect and preserve his time, because [sometime] in the future he will [reflect over this and] regret the time he has wasted.
The wise person knows that the most blessed of days is a day on which he increases in virtue and knowledge.
[As an ummah], we are in a time of great trials and tribulations, and nothing can save us from these trials and tribulations except Allaah Subhaanahu wa Ta’aala, and thereafter beneficial knowledge.