HADITH OF MUSLIM
On the Authority of Abu Hurayrah
The Hadith (الحديث, pl. Ahadith) is a body of laws, legends and stories about Muhammad's way of life, (Arabic, Sunnah which includes his biography or the sira) and the sayings themselves where he elaborated on his choices or offered advice; many parts of the Hadith deal with his companions (Sahaba).
'On the Day of Judgement, you will discover the worst man to be the one who had two faces.'
'There are four charactaristics which together make a person a complete hypocrite.
The taint of hypocrisy will attach to the trustee who breaks his trust,
to the speaker who tells untruths,
to the maker of promises who fails to keep them and
to the man who uses foul language when in disagreement with others.
This taint will remain unless the wrongdoer mends his ways.'
'When three men travel together, they should make one of them their leader.'
'Do not quarrel with your brother.HADITH OF AT-TIRMIDHI
Do not ridicule him.
You should refrain from making a promise and then going back on it.'
'A man who helps his people for an unjust cause can be compared with a man, who catches hold of the tail of a camel which is falling into a well.'
'It is ruinous for a man to tell lies so that others may laugh.
It is ruinous for him.
It is ruinous for him.'
'Do not rejoice in the misfortunes of your brother. For God may show him compassion, but create difficulties for you.'
'The most perfect believers, in point of faith, is he who is the best in manners.'
'Even if a group of people in a jungle number only three, it is still incumbent upon them to choose a leader.'
'Calling God in personal prayer is worship.'
'O God, only You can change our hearts. We beseech You to do so, so that we may submit to You.'
'Say, God, I have been an oppressor to myself. And there is no one but You who can forgive my sins. Therefore forgive me in Your generosity. And show me compassion. Verily, You are Forgiving and Compassionate.'
"O God, help me to remember You, and thank You, and worship You with devotion."'HADITH OF ABU DAWUD AND AN-NASA'I