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Veröffentlicht: 7. Februar 2013 in Uncategorized

Ibn Al-Jawzee said:“Aspiring to virtuous deeds is the highest goal of those who strive yet virtuous deeds vary in status and ranks. Some people consider them to mean abstaining from worldly vanities and others think they stand for dedicating oneself to worship. The truth, however, is that complete virtue is nothing but joining knowledge with action…Beware of just having theoretical knowledge without putting it into action, for those who accompany the rulers and associate with worldly people have turned their backs to enacting their knowledge which in turn has deprived them of the blessings and benefit it can bring. Be careful of busying yourself with mere worship and no learning, as many ascetics and Soofees have gone astray due to acting without knowledge…Those who hear your speak will benefit from your knowledge according to how much you yourself benefit from it. When a preacher does not apply his knowledge, his exhortation will flow off the hearts’ surface like water flows off a rock.” [„Sincere Counsel To Students Of Sacred Knowledge“ by Ibn Al-Jawzee, p.39 & 80]

Ibn Al-Jawzee said:“How to master what you memorize: The secret behind mastering what you memorize is lots of repetition, and people are different in that. With some (people) the information sticks with just a little amount of repetition and other need to repeat it many times. Therefore, a man should repeat his lessons in order to have it firmly established in his memory.The Prophet (SallAllahu alayhi wa Sallam) said: “Take good care of the Quraan, for it escapes the chests of men quicker than a precious camel from its leash.” I say, this hadeeth is agreed upon, Bukhaaree #5033 and Muslim #791 and 231 from Aboo Hurayrah.”[Al-Huzza ‚Alaa Hifz Al-‚Ilm Wa Dhikru Kibaar Al-Huffaaz, p.35]

Sufyaan Ath-Thawree said:“When a question or some verdict is put forward to you,then seize the opportunity,but do not vie or compete for them. Take care not to be like he one who loves that his sayings are acted upon, or that his saying should be publicised or heard – and when it is not, then the effects of that [rejection] can be seen on him.”[Al-Hilyah, by Aboo Nu’aym, 6/377]

Zuhree said:“Aboo Salamah used to debate with Ibn ‘Abbaas, (and) because of this, he was hindered from great knowledge.” [Jaami Al-‚Uloom Wa Al-Hikam, 1/518]

Maymoon Ibn Mihraan said:“Do not debate with the one who is more knowledgeable than you, for if you do that he will hoard form you all his knowledge and he won’t be harmed by anything that you say to him at the least.” [Jaami Al-‚Uloom Wa Al-Hikam, 1/517]

‘Abdul-Kareem Al-Jazaree said:“A pious man never debates.” [Ash-Shu’ab, 8129]

Haytham Ibn Jameel was asked:“A man is well learned with regards to the affairs of the Sunnah, should he debate and argue about them?”He replied:“No, however he should inform the people about the Sunnah, so if it is accepted from him then good and if not then he should keep silent.” [Jaami’u Bayaan Al-‚Ilmi Wa Fadhlihi, 4/94]

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