This page contains Golden Words and Inspirational Quotes.
Sehnay walay Kamal kartay hain
Why an Earthen Pitcher remains cool?
‘Gharoor Aik Bemari Hai’
The Greatest Wisdom!
Don’t forget when you become Rich and Happy
Worldly Gods’ Ultimate Fate
Haqooq-ul-Ibaad kay Gunah
Don’t Disclose your Miseries to People
Mardoun ki Tarbiyat
“Rishtoun ki Rassi”
Phool Yoon he nahi khill jaatay, Sahib!
Control your Tongue
Work Hard Silently
Zindagi and It’s Lesson
The Finger which wipes your tears
Who is a Great Man?
Think before you Speak
Worth of a Human Being. Passenger when alive and Cargo when dead
“Hassad and Ghummand” (Jealousy and Arrogance). Arrogance is ‘Gharoor’ in Urdu which is the first Sin which Allah dislikes the most.
“Gharoor ka Beej” (The seed of Pride)
Slavery in a Palace Versus Rule in a Hut
Remembering Allah’s Bounties
Use & Misuse of Human Tongue
Jealously is Poisonous
Don’t Spoil your Tongue with the Sins of Others
Insaan ka apna kya hai?
Ashfaq Ahmed about Difference Between Momin and Muslim
Ashfaq Ahmed about Love
AShfaq Ahmed about Teacher
Ashfaq Ahmed about Strong Faith in Allah
Learning from Life-Ashfaq Ahmed
Ashfaq Ahmed about ‘Dhoka’ (Deceit)
Ashfaq Ahmed about a Cat’s Faith in Her Master
Amma Sardar Begum: Ashfaq Ahmed
Raise Your Character Very High
Don’t Wait for Paradise, Let Paradise wait for you
How to Fix Pay in Islam?
The Concept of Security in Islam
Recognition of You and Your Friends
Learn Content from Birds-Sheikh Saadi
Keeping Your Secret- Sheikh Saadi
Making Some One Happy with Your Good Deed-Sheikh Saadi
Quote of Sheikh Saadi. Leave him who hurts you, but dn’t hurt whom you have left.
More Quotes of Sheikh Saadi
Sheikh Saadi about Illiterate and Illogical Person
Sheikh Saadi: About a Pious Woman
Anger: A Punishment to Yourself on the Fault of Some One Else
No One is Indispensable
Insaan Bhee Kiya Cheez Hai?
World, a Place of ‘Ibrat’
They Were Also Alive Yesterday
Never Be Proud
Salah-ud-Din Ayubi’s Saying
Salah-ud-Din Ayubi about Vulgarity
Thank Allah that Your Sins are Hidden
Control on One’s Tongue
Complete Trust in Allah
Six Golden Principles
A Tall Tree
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