Socialize with people in such a manner that when you die, they should weep for you, and as long as you live, they should long for your company.
Inability is a disaster; patience is bravery; abstinence is a treasure, self-restraint is a shield; and the best companion is submission to Divine Will.
A greedy man will always find himself in the shackles of humility.
Silence will create respect and dignity; justice and fairplay will bring more friends; benevolence and charity will enhance prestige and position; courtesy will draw benevolence; service of mankind will secure leadership and good words will overcome powerful enemies.
Be a child of your times!
The best deed of a great man is to forgive and forget.
Oppression and tyranny are the worse companions for the Hereafter.
Avarice dulls the faculties of judgment and wisdom.
Adversities often bring good qualities to the front.
One who comes into power often oppresses.
Bear sorrows and calamities patiently, otherwise you will never be happy.
One who takes account of his shortcomings will always gain by it; one who is unmindful of them will always suffer. One who is afraid of the Day of Judgment, is safe from the Wrath of God. One who takes lessons from the events of life, gets vision, one who acquires vision becomes wise and one who attains wisdom achieves knowledge.
The first fruit of forbearance is that people will sympathize with you and they will go against the man who offended you arrogantly.
If you find that somebody is not grateful for all that you have done for him, then do not get disappointed because often you will find that someone else feels under your obligation though you have done nothing for him and thus your good deeds will be compensated, and God will reward you for your goodness.
Minds get tired like bodies. When you feel that your; mind is tired, then invigorate it with sober advice.