Whoever leaves his home in search of knowledge, the angels, pleased with his act, spread their wings for him. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 149, Hadees 226)
Whoever goes to my Masjid to gain or impart knowledge, will definitely return with goodness. (Sunan Ibn Majah, Kitab-us-Sunnah, vol. 1, pp. 149, Hadees 227)
From the actions and good deeds of a Muslim, following things continuously reach him even after his death: (1) Knowledge he taught and spread, (2) pious children he left behind, (3) Mushaf (Holy Quran) he left in inheritance, (4) a Masjid he built, (5) a house he built for travellers, (6) a canal he constructed for people, (7) Sadaqah (charity) he gave from his wealth whilst he was healthy and alive. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 158, Hadees 246)
Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Umar !has said: Once the Beloved Rasool came into the Masjid from his blessed room. There were two groups. One was reciting the Holy Quran and making Du’a to Allah , and the other was busy learning and teaching knowledge. He said, ‘Both are on [path to piousness ] goodness. These people are reciting the Holy Quran and making Du’a to Allah .It is up to Allah whether to answer their Du’as or not, whereas these people are busy learning and teaching knowledge; and indeed I have been sent as a Mu’allim [one who teaches].’ Then the Noble Rasool sat at the same place [with the learning and teaching ones]. (Ibid, vol. 4, pp. 150, Hadees 229
There are some people who are the cause of spreading goodness and preventing evil and there are some who are the cause of spreading evil and preventing goodness. So, congratulation to those whom Allah has made a cause of spreading goodness, and ruin is for those who have become the cause of spreading evil. (Sunan Ibn Majah, Kitab-us-Sunnah, vol. 1, pp. 155, Hadees 237)
Soon people will come to you to seek knowledge. When you see them, say ‘congratulation to you for being blessed with the will of the Beloved Rasool and teach knowledge to them. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 161, Hadees 247)
]The heart of a Muslim cannot be dishonest in three things: (1) To perform a deed purely for the sake of Allah, (2) to be the well-wisher of every Muslim, (3) to get associated with the group of Muslims because their Du’a surrounds others (i.e. it protects others from the deception of Satan). (Sunan Daarimi, vol. 1, pp. 108, Hadees 230
Two greedy people are never satiated [i.e. satisfied]: (1) Seeker of knowledge,(2) seeker of the world. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 108, Hadees 334)
One who walks on a path to seek knowledge, so by the blessing of that path, Allah makes the path to Paradise easy for him. The angels spread their wings for the pleasure of the knowledge seeker. All that is in the sky and on the earth, even fish in water, seek forgiveness for the knowledge seeker. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 110, Hadees 342)
One who meets death whilst seeking knowledge for the revival of Islam, there will be the difference of one rank between him and Ambiya in Paradise.(Sunan Daarimi, vol. 1, pp. 112, Hadees 354)
One who seeks knowledge and then succeeds in gaining it, gets double reward. If he is unable to gain it, he gets single reward. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 109, Hadees 335)
The Noble Rasool passed by two gatherings in his Masjid, and said, ‘Both of these are on [path to piousness] goodness. However, one gathering is better than the other. These people are making Du’a to Allah and are inclined towards Him. It is up to Allah whether He bestows upon them or not. On the other hand, these people (of the second gathering) are gaining knowledge and learning religious rulings and are teaching those who do not have knowledge, they are superior. I have been sent as a Mu’allim.’ Then he sat amongst them. (Ibid, vol. 1, pp. 111, Hadees 349) . ‘Do you know who is very generous?’ It was said, that is, Allah and His Rasool! -. know better. He said, ‘Allah is very Jawwad then from the children of Aadam, I am the most generous, and after me the extremely generous is he who gains knowledge and then spreads it. He will come on the Day of Judgement with a group.’ (Shu’ab-ul-Iman lil-Bayhaqi, vol. 2, pp. 281, Hadees 1767)
One who remains in the search of knowledge,
Allah guarantees his sustenance. (Tareekh-e-Baghdad, Muhammad Bin Qaasim, vol. 3, pp. 398, Raqm 1545)
Best worship is learning religious rulings and best religion is refraining from doubts. (Al-Mu’jam-ul-Awsat, vol. 6, pp. 420, Hadees 9264)
The excellence of knowledge is greater than the excellence of worship. Your good religion is to refrain from doubts. (Al-Mu’jam-ul-Awsat, vol. 3, pp. 92, Hadees 3960)
A small amount of knowledge is better than abundance of worship.(Attargheeb Wattarheeb, Kitab-ul-‘Ilm, vol. 1, pp. 50, Hadees5)
Gain knowledge, because to gain knowledge for the pleasure of Allah is to fear Him; to seek it is worship; to talk about it is Tasbih; to discuss it is Jihad, and to teach someone who does not know is Sadaqah. (Jami’ Bayan-ul-‘Ilm, pp. 77, Hadees 240)
If a knowledge seeker meets death whilst he is busy gaining knowledge, he is a martyr. (Ibid, pp. 64, Hadees 194)
One who learns a chapter of knowledge so that he will teach it to others, will be given the reward of 70 Siddiqeen. (Attargheeb Wattarheeb, Kitab-ul-‘Ilm, vol. 1, pp. 54, Hadees 19)
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