Imaam Shaafi’ (Rahmatullahi alaih) said: “One who acquires knowledge haphazardly (thoughtlessly and without order) is like a person collecting firewood in the dark of the night (haatibul lail). There is possibly in the bundle a snake which bites him.” This sagacious advice of Hazrat Imaam Shaafi’ (Rahmatullahi alaih) is rather pertinent to those who seek their ‘knowledge’ from the internet by jumping from one deviate website to another donkey site picking up snakes and najaasat from every tom, dick and harry who professes knowledge of Islam. True Ilm can only be acquired from the Ulama who fear Allah Ta’ala inwardly and outwardly. The sign of such Ulama is that by keeping their company and studying their writings the yearning for Allah and the Aakhirat increases and detestation for this life on earth grows in the heart.
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24 January 2018
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Abu Dharr Radiallahu Anhu narrated Rasulullah Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam as saying:
In the morning alms are due for every bone in man's body. His salutation to everyone he meets is alms, his enjoining good is alms, his forbidding what is evil is alms, the removal of harmful thing from the way is alms, to have sexual intercourse with one's wife if alms, and two rak'ahs which one prays in the Duha serve instead of that.