I will never accept the Najdi Wahhabiyya as a firqa of Ahle Sunnah for the sake of appearing tolerant. Their cursed movement is much more complicated than tajseem. Neglecters of the Sunnah, betrayers of the Caliph, friends of the kuffar. May the Subduer cleanse the world of their trace.
'Ona boşuna seslenmeyin. Aşık o.' 'Aşık mısın?' Yok canım. Tepki kaygılı bir yüz ifadesi. Ama zamanla olur o… Tanıdıkca duygular gelişir, ki şu an öyle oluyor. 'Gerçekten mi?' ' 'Peki, bir şey soracağım..' Evet, (evli ve yakında çocuk sahibi olacak arkadaşımdan) önemli bir soru bekliyorum. 'Onu gördüğünde kalbinin atışı hızlanır mı?' Hayır, şimdi ne olacak? 'Heyecan yapmıyor musun yahu? Az kaldı.' Tanışmadan önce ilk gördüğümde, kendisinden çok, ilgimi takkesinin üzerindeki Nali Şerif çekti. Ve misvak kullanıyordu. Hoşuma gitti. Bir de şöyle birşey var.. o Fatiha ile havayı bambaşka bir koku sarar.
İlk hisler yanıltıcı olabilir. Kalp hızlı atsa zamanla yavaşlar, dıştan çekici olsa içten itici olur. Allah bizi (her konuda) hevâdan gelen düşüncelerden, duygulardan korusun. O’nun bize nasip ettiğindeki hayırı görmemize yardımcı olsun.
Beware, O brother, of doing in secret that which if seen by people would make you ashamed and worried about being censured. A gnostic once said: ‘A sufi is not a sufi unless, were everything that is in him to be exposed on a plate in the marketplace, he would not be ashamed of anything that came to light.’ If you cannot make your inward better than your outward, the least that you can do is to make them equal, so that you behave equally well privately and publicly in obeying Allah’s injunctions, avoiding His prohibitions, respecting what He has made sacred, and hastening to please Him. This is the first step a servant takes on the path of special knowledge.
― Imam al-Haddad (رحمة الله عليه), the Book of Assistance
[Drizzle your citrus fruit with some molasses (which contains iron) to induce vitamin C absorption.]
Mālik ibn Isma’il < Zuhayr < Humayd < that Anas (رضي الله عنهم) reported that the Prophet ﷺ had a camel called al-‘Aḍbā’, which was faster than any other, until a bedouin came on a fast camel and went even faster than it. The Muslims were taken aback by this, saying, ‘Al-‘Aḍbā' has been beaten in a race!' but Allah's Messenger ﷺ said: ‘It is upon Allah never to raise up something in the world without lowering it.’
Ibn Baṭṭāl said: ‘This hadith reveals  the baseness of the world in Allah’s sight;  the duty of renouncing boasting and pride;  that everything of little significance is to be considered base;  hence it is the duty of every intelligent person to renounce it, and to renounce much competition in seeking it.’
Al-Tabari said: ‘Humbleness is in one’s worldly as well as religious interest. For if people were to be humble in this world, rancour would vanish, and they would find rest from the exhaustion which ensues from boasting and pride.’
The hadith also reveals  the excellent character of the Prophet ﷺ, and his humbleness when a bedouin was faster than him in a race;  the permissibility of racing.
― Sahih al-Bukhāri; Chapter: Humility (6501/136); Ibn Hajar al-Asqalāni’s Fatḥ al-Bāri
— Bukhari, Ahmad and others