1. Good temper will melt your sins just as the sun melts frozen goods. Bad temper will spoil your deeds just as vinegar spoils honey.
2. Whoeverís manners get worse; it will be as if he tortured himself.
3. It is an obligation for every Muslim to seek knowledge.
4. To acquire knowledge is binding upon all Muslims, whether male or female.
5. Seek knowledge from cradle to grave.
6. Scholars are the heirs of the prophets.
7. The ink of the learned will be weighed with the blood of the martyrs on the Resurrection Day; and then, the ink of the learned would be preferred to the blood of the martyrs.
8. Anyone who pursues a course in search of knowledge, God will ease his way to paradise.
9. Acquire knowledge, it enables its possessor to distinguish right from wrong; it lights the way to heaven.
10. The most learned of men is the one who gathers knowledge from others on his own; the most worthy of men is the most knowing and the meanest is the most ignorant.
11. The loss of running after an affair without learning about it is more than its benefit.
12. The superiority of a learned man over a worshipper is like that of the full moon over other stars.
13. The sleep of a learned man is better than a thousand Rakats (Units) in Salah (prayer) of a worshipper. No poverty is harder than ignorance and no worship can equal contemplation.
14. Keep yourselves far from envy, because it eats up and takes away good actions, like the fire that eats up and burns wood.
15. You can never please the people with your wealth. Therefore use good temper to please the people.
16. Do good to all people whether they deserve it or not. If the one to whom you do good does not deserve it, you deserve to do good yourself.
17. If your knowledge can help you overcome your selfish desires then it is good for you.
18. Do not destroy your hearts by excessive intake of food and drinks. Verily hearts are like farms which wither if over supplied (with water).
19. Unite with whoever breaks with you. Pardon whoever wrongs you. Give to whoever deprives you and Be good to whoever is bad to you.
20. Worship of Allah is divided into seventy divisions, the best of which is earning a living lawfully.
21. No man has believed perfectly, until he wishes for his brother that which he wishes for himself.
22. One who desires to know the status he holds near Allah should look at the status Allah has near him.
23. Whoever follows a path of seeking knowledge, the Almighty will make his path to Paradise easy.
24. Seeking knowledge is the duty of every Muslim. It will enable you to be your own friend in the desert, itíll be your mainstay in solitude, your companion in loneliness, your guide to happiness, your sustainer in misery, your adornment when you are amongst people and your arrow against your enemies.
25. Paradise lies at the feet of thy mother.
26. One who wishes to have a long life and have his rizq (provision) increased, must do good to his parents, for taking care of them is considered as a prayer, this deed of yours will serve as a shield against fire of hell.
27. To meet friends cheerfully and invite them to a feast are charitable acts.
28. The believers are like a body; when one part suffers from illness, the rest of the body shares in its suffering and rushes to repair it.
29. Much silence and a good disposition; there are no two works better than these.
30. Beware of the prayer of the victim on injustice, for there is no curtain between him and the Almighty.
31. If you ask, ask the Almighty. If you depend on someone, depend on the Almighty.
32. Wealth is not measured in property, but in contentment.
33. For everything there is a door, and the door of worship is fasting.
34. Fasting will keep Satan away from you as far as the east is from the west. It will blacken Satanís face.
35. For everything there is a way of purification, and for the body it is fasting.
36. Cleanliness is half faith.
37. If the signs of the Day of Resurrection appear and if you have a seedling in your hand, you should plant it before the Resurrection begins.
38. When you cook soup add more water, remembering your neighbour.
39. If a man brings up and educates an orphan, he will be as near me (the Prophet) in the Paradise as the fingers of a hand are near to each other.
40. Every individual is a shepherd. The flock that he has to look after and protect is he himself in the first stance, next comes those of his family under him, then the community around him, and so on to the stage of which he is a part.
41. Allah is not merciful to him who is not so to humankind. He who is not kind to Allahís creation and to his own children, Allah will not be kind to him.
42. One-third of the stomach is for food, one-third of it is for water, and one-third of it is for itself (empty).
43. Contentment of the heart is the best detachment from worldly possessions.
44. He who forgives others is forgiven by Allah.
45. Remain truthful even if you perceive harm in doing so, for in truthfulness there is salvation; and avoid lying even if you perceive safety in it for there in lies real disaster.
46. The five daily prayers remove sins, just as water removes dirt.
47. Blessed be my people for their early rising up.
48. Too much sleep does away with both religion and the world. O People, you have certain special characteristics, so get to emphasise them and you have an end, so be prepared for it. A servant of Almighty God should take (make provisions) for himself from his self: from his world (life) for his hereafter, during his youth before his old age, and in life before death. By the One in whose hand is Muhammadís soul after death there will be no blaming, and after this world there is nothing except Paradise or Hell.
49. Deal gently with people, and be not harsh; cheer them and condemn not.
50. The best of friends is he who is best in behaviour and character.
51. One who does not practice modesty and does not refrain from shameless deeds is not a Muslim.
52. Much silence and a good disposition; there are no two works better than these.
53. No man can attain a firm faith, unless he develops strength of character and that can not be achieved unless one acquires the habit of speaking truth.
54. One, who gets up in the morning and is not concerned about the affairs of other Muslims, is NOT a Muslim. One who listens to the call of a Muslim, and does not respond to it, is NOT a Muslim