The skies do not weep for them
Ibn Qayyim said:
Nothing brings more disgrace to a person than him being heedless of Islamic virtues, beneficial knowledge and righteous deeds.
Whoever is such then he is from the barbaric hooligans – who pollutes the water and raises the price. If he lives, he lives without honour and if he dies, he dies without being missed.
The absence of such a person brings comfort to the lands and to the worshippers. The skies do not weep for them and the ghurabaa (strangers) do not miss them.
[Miftah dar as-Sa’ada 1/134]
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