Following Hadith taken from "Gardens of the Righteous" : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: The relationship between one believer and another is like that between different parts of a building, one part strengthens another.  (Bokhari and Muslim)...

Continuing our series of weekly extracts of writings from Hazrat Masih-e-Maud (as) from "Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam": Righteous conduct proceeds from him not as labor but as delight and pleasure.  This is the paradise that is bestowed upon a spiritual person in this very life.  The paradise that will be bestowed in the hereafter would be a reflection of this paradise which will, through Divine power, be manifested physically....

Following Hadith taken from "Gardens of the Righteous" : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: A Muslim is one against whose tongue and hands the Muslims are secure; and an Emigrant is one who departs from that which Allah has forbidden (Bokhari and Muslim)....

Continuing our series of weekly extracts of writings from Hazrat Masih-e-Maud (as) from "Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam": God requires that we should offer ourselves to be sacrificed in His cause.  We shall acheive steadfastness when all our faculties and powers are devoted to His cause and our life and our death are all for His sake....

Following Hadith taken from "Gardens of the Righteous" : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: He who acquires a hand's breadth of land wrongfully will have seven earths suspended from his neck (Bokhari and Muslim)...

Following Hadith taken from "Gardens of the Righteous" : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: A man will be brought on the Day of Judgment and will be thrown into the Fire, whereby his arteries will protrude out of his belly and he will go round and round holding them as does a donkey working a mill.  The denizens of the Fire will gather round him and say: What is this? Did you not enjoin good and forbid evil? He will say: That is so.  I enjoined good, but did not do it; and I forbade evil but did it (Bokhari and Muslim)...