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 […]
Rather, the believer indeed finds in himself and his heart [a feeling of] pleasure when he abandons [something which is] prohibited…
We observed, and did not find anything better to delight the believer than the love of Allaah (’Azza wa Jall), and seeking His Pleasure.
Because they spoke for the honour of Islaam, and the salvation of the soul, and the pleasure of Allaah.
The pleasure which remains after death, and [that which] benefits in the Hereafter is the pleasure [attained] from knowledge of Allaah and actions for His Sake [alone].
Having worshiped Allaah for 50 years, I had not found (experienced) the sweetness of worship until I left three things…
I see a woman in a dream, and know she is not permissible for me, so I turn my gaze away from her.
Indeed one will not find pleasure of food when ill, so how will he find pleasure in worship whilst sinning?
[What] an exemplary companion is the Deenaar and the Dirham; They are of no benefit to you until they leave you [i.e. you spend them on that which earns Allaah’s Pleasure].