I accompanied Muhammad ibn Aslam for more than 20 years, and never once saw him praying a voluntary prayer except on the day of Jumu’ah; [I understood why, when] I once heard him saying: ‘If I was able to pray a voluntary prayer such that my two angels could not see me, I would have done so – out of fear of showing off’.
[Please] talk to us about at-towbah (repentance), and what its conditions are; and what is the [true] meaning of at-towbah an-nasooh?
Reference: I’laam al-Mu’aasireen bi-Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen – Page 315 Question: What is the ruling regarding the one who repents from a sin, then he returns to it again, so he repents again, then he returns to it [yet] again and so on. What is the ruling regarding his repentance? Response: These repentances are all correct, […]
“If it was said to me that there is someone on the face of this earth who is from the pious predecessors, certainly I would have said it is this man,”’
What is the ruling regarding making the intention vocally, such as when some people make the intention to fast [by saying]; “O Allaah, I have made the intention to fast”?
What is the ruling regarding pronouncing the intention for the salaah, the wudhoo, the tawaaf and the sa’ee?