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This book is a compilation of some of the wise sayings of the prophet (s), of the companions (r), and of the pious predecessors. Reflecting on these wise sayings and heeding these counsels will assist in infusing us with the requisite awareness and fervor to prepare for the Day of Judgement. Verily, we are all in need of such counsel, for our Day of Judgment begins not when the world ends, but when our life comes to an end – which is indeed imminent – as the Prophet stated.

The author has divided the book in a rare and unique format. All the sayings are in fact practical advice of preparing for the Hereafter. It is full of wisdom and gems and an absolute must every Islamic household.

Every chapter commences with the Blessed Hadith of the Prophet (SAW), then the statement of the Khulafa e Rashiden, Sahabah, Tabien and other earlier well known Muslim Personalities (Salaf as Saleheen).



This is a concise book on the transient nature of this world; beautified for us by the things we covet; women, children, and wealth in general. These passing pleasures and temporary joys are made insignificant by Allah (swt) when He describes to us the extreme beauty of the Home of the Hereafter in the Qur’an.

So whoever is well-focused and is contented with his provision in this life will obtain this supreme reward.

This book is therefore a brief reminder and a source of strength for those who are true in faith, word, and deed.



In this title, the author gives a clear overview of the practical aspects of the Islamic lifestyle, as exemplified by the Prophet (pbuh) and his Companions (pbuh). Moving from the innermost aspect of the individual’s spiritual life to his dealings with all those around him, one can see how the Muslim is expected to interact with all others in his life



Ibnul-Qayyim, may Allah’s mercy be upon him, said: “Get up and hurry in servitude to Allah and being with Him in the Home of Peace, without any tiredness, hardship or fatigue but by the nearest and easiest of paths. And this is by realizing that you are in a time between two times which is what constitutes your life, and this is the present time which is between what has passed and what is yet to come. Then that which has passed you can correct by repentance, remorse and seeking forgiveness. This is something in which there will be no tiredness, fatigue or any straining efforts required on your behalf.It is nothing but the action of the heart…And there is due from the servant to Allah, in every moment from his time, servitude which will advance him or bring him near to Allah. So if he spend his time in servitude to Allah, he will come closer to his lord and if he busies himself with desires or relaxation or inactivity, he will lag behind. And the servant never ceases either to be moving forward or falling behind and there is no stopping whilst on the path, ever”



In his book Zad Almi’aad, Imam Ibn Qayem al-jawzyah speaks about the Prophet Muhammad (s). He tells us about his way in prayer, his conduct (regarding many things: travels, non-Muslims, visiting, choosing polite words and expressions, pilgrimage, charity, etc.), his battles, his judgments, ad his rulings on marriage and such relevant matters.



Patience and Gratitude are the keys to success in this world and the next, as Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya explains in a beautiful Manner in this Book. In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful By the Time, Verily Man is in loss, Except such as have Faith, and do righteous deeds, and (join together) in the mutual teaching of Truth, and of Patience and Constancy.



The issue of the deeds of the hearts is an immensely important subject, and this is why many scholars have written countless books on the subject – in order to remind and encourage people to perform them. These deeds require sacrifice and exertion because one’s salvation is dependant on them; moreover, the deeds of the limbs will not be performed if these of the heart are absent. Reliance upon Allaah is something that has an immense impact on a person; it is an implication of belief and is one of the finest deeds and acts of worship by which the slave can draw close to Allaah, the All-Merciful; It is one of the highest ranks of Islaamic monotheism because nothing can occur except through one relying and depending upon Allaah for it to do so.



A description and clarification about matters of the heart through which many people today are mislead. Imaam Ibnul-Qayyim expounds upon the true understanding of Zuhd as held by the Salaf, and the innovated understanding that many Soofees stick to. The compiler of the book, Dr. Saleh as-Saleh also mentions the grave mistakes that occur in, “The Reliance of the Traveller,” of Nuh Ha Mim Keller. Overall, Imaam Ibnul-Qayyim, may Allaah have mercy upon him and grant him Firdous, mentions many beneficial words on the path to true rectification of the heart, and also provides an excellent refutation of many of the innovated beliefs held onto by the Soofees.



This is a very beautiful pocket-size booklet consisting of many authentic dua’s (supplications) for a Muslim to suplicate on a daily basis and on speciall occasions.



Before you is a chapter from the great book “Al-Adhkaar” of the great scholar of the seventh century, Abu Zaakariyaa Yahyaa bin Sharaf An-Nawawee. This is a very beneficial chapter entitled “Hifdh-ul-Lisaan” [Guarding the Tongue] The original source, Al-Adhkaar, is one of the prize works of Imaam An-Nawawee in which he compiles and discusses the texts related to what is recommended and forbidden from speech, focusing on adhkaar (words of remembrance) and ad’iyyah (supplications). In the last part of the book, as he explains, Imaam An-Nawawee devotes a chapter to what is forbidden and disliked from speech, such as backbiting, gossiping, and slander, bringing the evidences from the Qur’aan and Sunnah on the obligation of guarding the tongue from evil speech.

In recent times, this great work was verified by Saleem bin ‘Eid Al-Hilaalee and printed in two volumes. For the sake of making this E-Book a source for easy reading and benefit, the verifications of ahaadeeth have been abridged to just the mention of their grade, source references, and a brief discussion on some of them, where necessary.

We advise every sincere Muslim to read and benefit from the words on this very important topic, which many Muslims are neglectful about. And we advise them to reflect sincerely on the evidences so that they can beware of falling into sinful speech.