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    ibn hazm Quotes

    And though the years before I die Stretch out interminably, I Shall only count my life in truth As that brief hour of happy youth.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: truth  youth  die  year 
     
    The wise man knows the only fitting price for his soul is a place in Paradise.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: men  soul  wise 
     
    No one is moved to act, or resolves to speak a single word, who does not hope by means of this action or word to release anxiety from his spirit.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: action  anxiety  hope  spirit 
     
    We should think of those who were famous for their good deeds or their bad deeds; did their fame raise them one single degree in the sight of Allah. Did it win them a reward that they had not already won by their actions during their life?
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: action  bad  fame 
     
    Two kinds of people live a life without care: one kind are extremely worthy of praise, the other kind are extremely worthy of criticism. The first are those who care nothing for the pleasures of the world and the second (i.e. those who are deserving of criticism) care nothing for haya or modesty.
    — Ibn Hazm
    If there is someone in need whom you wish to help, whether the initiative came from him or from you, do no more than he expects of you, not what you might personally wish to do. If you overstep the mark, you will not deserve thanks, but blame from him and others and you will attract hostility, not friendship.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: friendship  wishes  help 
     
    If your pride leads you to boast, you will be doubly guilty,because your intelligence will have shownthat it is incapable of controlling your pride.
    — Ibn Hazm
    Anyone who rises above the things of this world, to which you kneel, is mightier than you.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: world 
     
    Truthfulness is composed of justice and courage.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: justice  courage 
     
    One hour of neglect can undo a year of pious effort.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: year  neglect 
     
    What indicates a person's weak religion and fear of God, is that he seeks for an opinion that suits his desire.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: desires  fear  opinion  god 
     
    Glad-tidings to he who knows his own faults more than other people know it.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: people 
     
    "When we contemplate the duration of the universe, we see it limited to the present moment, which is nothing more but the point which separates two infinities of time. The past and the future are as meaningless as if they did not exist. Is anyone more misguided than the man who barters an eternal future for a moment which passes quicker than the blink of an eye?."
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: time  men  future  past  present  moment  universe 
     
    Knowledge no longer exists if one has ignored the attributes of the Almighty Great Creator.
    — Ibn Hazm
    There are two things that if you do them you will attain the good of this world and the hereafter; [They are] that you bear what you dislike if it is beloved to Allah and you leave what you like if it is disliked by Allah.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: world 
     
    Anyone who criticizes you cares about your friendship. Anyone who makes light of your faults cares nothing about you.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: friendship  care 
     
    Of Love-may God exalt you! -the first part is jesting, and the last part is right earnestness. So majestic are its diverse aspects, they are too subtle to be described; their reality can only be apprehended by personal experience. Love is neither disapproved by Religion, nor prohibited by the Law; for every heart is in God's hands.
    — Ibn Hazm
    If you advise someone on the condition that they have to accept it, then you are an oppressor.
    — Ibn Hazm
    When you compare yourself with others in matters of wealth, position, and health, you should look at people less favoured than yourself. When you compare yourself with others in matters of religion, knowledge and virtue, look at people who are better than yourself.
    — Ibn Hazm
    tags: health  people  virtue  wealth 
     
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