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Yasir Qadhi (also spelled Yasir Kazi) is an American Muslim scholar. Since 2001, he has served as Dean of Academic Affairs at the Al-Maghrib Institute, an international Islamic educational institution with a center in Houston, Texas.
- Be careful of laughing at others for perhaps Allah might forgive their ignorance and not forgive you arrogance.
- Be grateful with what you have - by looking at those who have less than you.
- What hurts is not the criticism of our enemies, but rather it is the silence of our friends that truly hurts.
- I don’t care how poor someone thinks he is – if he has a loving family, he is rich beyond measure.
- The fact that Allah has blessed you to witness another Ramadan is proof that Allah wants to see you in His VIP list to enter Jannah.
- Falling in love isn’t haram, it’s what you do with that love that makes it haram or halal.
- Do what you can, with what you have, where you are, Allah demands no more.
- We cannot change the past to rewrite a better beginning - But we can work for the future and strive for a better ending.
- When you willingly give up your own happiness for someone else, that is the sign of true love.
- Learn from the mistakes of others and avoid being one whose mistakes are used as lessons by others.
- Don’t judge others who disagree with your views too harshly. You might just find yourself holding those same views a few years or decades down the line.