Is it a requirement that the words of remembrance are uttered audibly?
Is it permissible to engage in the remembrance of Allaah whilst not in a state of wudhoo – such as [when uttering the] takbeer [الله أكبر], tahleel [لا إله إلا الله] and tahmeed [الحمد لله], as well as sending prayers and salutations upon the Messenger ﷺ?
What are the causes of the hardening of the heart, and the cure for that?
«O Mu’aadth, indeed I love you for the Sake of Allaah»
Whoever remembers Allaah, He will remember him, respond to his supplication, protect him from whisperings of Shaytaan, and alleviate his difficulties.
al-Awzaa’ee would not speak to anyone after the fajr prayer until [after] he had engaged himself in the remembrance of Allaah; And if anyone did speak to him, he would respond to them.
After the ‘Asr prayer, Hassaan ibn ‘Atiyyah would retreat to a part of the masjid so as to engage himself in the remembrance of Allaah until sunset.
What are the causes which assist in purifying [one’s] sincerity [in worshiping Allaah alone], and likewise [one’s] firmness upon [practising] the religion?
I never came across Ibraaheem ibn Hammaad except that I found him [either] standing in prayer or sitting in [the] remembrance [of Allaah].
The remembrance with the tongue, and that is good and beautiful, and…