The Simulitude of A Believer and a Non Believer
Sahih Muslim # 6742:
Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The similitude of a believer is that of (a standing ) crop which the air continues to toss from one side to another: in the same way a believer always (receives the strokes) of misfortune. The similitude of a hypocrite is that of a cypress tree which does not move until it is uprooted.
Sahih Muslim # 6745:
Ka’b b. Malik reported on the authority of his father that the similitude of a believer is that of a standing crop. The wind sometimes shakes it and sometimes raises it up and then it comes to its destined end. And the similitude of a hypocrite is that of a cypress tree which is not affected by anything but is uprooted once for all. This hadith has been narrated through another chain of transmitters also.
The Description of Paradise and
the Remembrance of Allah by its Inmates Morning and Evening.
Sahih Muslim # 6797:
Hammam b. Munabbih reported: These are some of the ahadith which Abu Huraira reported from Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) and one is this that he is reported to have said: The (members of the) first group that would be admitted to Paradise would have their faces as bright as full moon during the night. They would neither spite nor suffer catarrh, nor void excrement. They would have their utensils and their combs made of gold and silver and the fuel of their braziers would be aloes and their sweat would be musk and every one of them would have two spouses (so beautiful) that the morrow of their shanks would be visible through the flesh. Their would be no dissension amongst them and no enmity in their hearts. Their hearts would be like one heart, glorifying Allah morning and evening.
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