I sit with the Sahaba and the Tabi’een

I sit with the Sahaba and the Tabi’een.. ❤

It has been narrated by Ibn Al-Jawzi:

“To Abdullah Ibn Mubarak was once said:

“Why do you never sit next to us after the prayer?”

He said: “I sit with the Sahaba and the Tabi’een.

They asked, “How can you sit with the Sahaba and Tabi’een while they have lived previously?”

He replied: “I read their narrations that I have collected. I examine their narrations and deeds. What do I find here with you? You are only here to gossip about people! “
[“Sifat As-Safwah” 4/137].


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Pray your Salah and be good to others too, When you remember Allah, He remembers you. Do you know when you hear or recite the Qur'an, Allah is telling you that He is the One.

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