Three prayers will be accepted certainly: Opressed one’s prayer, guest’s prayer and prayer of father for his child.

Ibn Mâjah, Duâ, 11.

Contentment of Allah is in contentment of parent. Exasperation of Allah is in exasperation of parent.

Tirmizî, Birr, 3.

Allah does not look at your appearance or your possessions; but He looks at your heart and your deeds.

Muslim, Birr, 33; Ibn Mâjah, Zuhd, 9; Ahmad b. Hanbal, 2/285, 539.

Do not argue your brother, do not kid him and do not promise him what you can not do.

Tirmizî, Birr, 58.

Do not hate one another, and do not be jealous of one another, and do not desert each other, and O, Allah’s worshipers! Be brothers. Lo! It is not permissible for any Muslim to desert (not talk to) his brother (Muslim) for more than three days.

Bukhârî, Adab, 57, 58.

The Muslim is he/she from whose hand and tongue the people are safe.

Tirmizî, Îmân, 12; Nesâî, Îmân, 8.

You will not enter paradise until you have faith; and you will not complete your faith till you love one another.

Muslim, Eimân, 93; Tirmizî, Sifâtu’l-Qiyâmah, 56.

A Muslim is the brother of a fellow-Muslim. He should neither commit oppression upon him nor ruin him, and he who meets the need of a brot’ier, Allah would meet big needs, and he who relieved a Muslim from hardship Allah would relieve him from the hardships to which he would be put on the Day of Resurrection, and he who did not expose (the follies of a Muslim) Allah would conceal his follies on the Day of Resurrection.

Bukhârî, Mazâlim, 3; Muslim, Birr, 58

One amongst you believes (truly) till one likes for his brother or for his neighbour that which he loves for himself.

Bukhârî, Eimân, 7; Muslim, Eimân, 71

There are two kind of eyes that would not be touched by the Hell fire. One of these is the eye which has shed the tears for fear of Allah, and the other is the eye which has stayed awake for guarding the path of Allah.

Tirmizî, Fadâilu’l-Jihâd, 12.

He who amongst you sees something abominable should modify it with the help of his hand; and if he has not strength enough to do it, then he should do it with his tongue, and if he has not strength enough to do it, (even) then he should (abhor it) from his heart, and that is the least of faith.

Muslim, Eimân, 78; Abû Dâvûd, Salât, 248.

Faith has over seventy branches or over sixty branches, the most excellent of which is the declaration that there is no god but Allah, and the humblest of which is the, removal of what is injurious from the path: and modesty is the branch of faith.

Bukhârî, Eimân, 3; Muslim, Eimân, 57, 58.

Allah (s.w.t.) likes the one, who does his or her deeds and duties the best way.

Tabarânî, al-Mu’jamu’l-Avsat, 1/275

Wherever you are, avoid to disobey Allah. If you do any bad thing, do anything good immediately, so that it eradicates your bad deed. And behave others with good morals.

Tirmizî, Birr, 55.

Who becomes an intermediary or a helper of a hayr, receives the same thawab as the one who actually did it.

Tirmizî, İlm, 14.

This is one of the Prophetic sayings that people know; ” Do whatever you like to do, if you were not ashamed.”

Bukhârî, Anbiyâ, 54; Abû Dâvûd, Adab, 6.

Give tidings (to the people) ; do not create (in their minds) aversion (towards religion) ; show them leniency and do not be hard upon them.

Bukhârî, ‘Ilm, 12; Muslim, Jihâd, 6

He who shows no mercy to the people, Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, does not show mercy to him.

Muslim, Fadâil, 66; Tirmizî, Birr, 16.

Al-Din is a name of sincerity and well wishing. Upon this we said: For whom? He replied: For Allah, His Book, His Messenger and for the leaders and the general Muslims.

Muslim, Eimân, 95.

The believer would not be stung twice (by something) out of one and the same spot.

Bukhârî, Adab, 83; Muslim, Zuhd, 63.