Top Renunciation Quotes
1. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the better of the two solaces.
2. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the quality of the God-watchful and the nature of the humble.
3. Renunciation of worldly pleasures implies stopping one’s goals and performing activities with genuineness.
4. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is once in a while found [among the people] also, is the loftiest thing that is watched; it is adulated by everybody except left [unpractised] by most of individuals.
5. Deny the pleasures of this world and divine kindness will slip upon you.
6. Get some distance from your vain wants in this world and you will be content with your place of return in the Hereafter and will change your final habitation.
7. Revoke vain pleasures in this world and Allah will give you its blemishes, and don’t be careless, for you are not disregarded.
8. The best demonstration of love is disavowing worldly pleasures.
9. The initial step of austerity is denying worldly pleasures.
10. The best form of renunciation of worldly pleasures is hiding one’s austerity.
11. The best piece of clothing (or superior to wearing the piece of clothing) of this world is
12. The person who is generally meriting denying worldly pleasures is he who knows the imperfections of this world.
13. Verily the renunciation of obliviousness is proportionate to the longing for [knowledge and] knowledge.
14. Verily the renunciation of a dictator’s rule is to the degree of the longing for the rule of a fair ruler.
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15. Verily, renunciation of worldly pleasures implies shortening goals, being thankful for endowments and avoiding what is taboo; and in the event that this [practice] leaves you, at that point let not the prohibited defeat your understanding and remember to be appreciative for your gifts, for Allah, the Celebrated, has ruled out reason through show and clear proofs and books that are open and unambiguous.
16. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is wealth.
17. The foundation of renunciation of worldly pleasures is the craving for that which is with Allah.
18. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the product of religion.
19. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the product of certitude.
20. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the foundation of religion.
21. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the establishment of certitude.
22. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is a profitable exchange.
23. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is a nature of the genuine.
24. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the way to goodness.
25. Renunciation of worldly pleasures implies shortening goals.
26. Renunciation of worldly pleasures prompts parsimony.
27. Renunciation of worldly pleasures implies not looking for that which is missing until that which is available and available perishes.
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28. Renunciation of worldly pleasures is the best solace.
29. On the off chance that you want the endless, at that point disavow the pleasures of the transitory world.
30. On the off chance that you deny worldly pleasures, you will be liberated from the horror of this world and prosperous in the never-ending homestead.
31. Through renunciation of worldly pleasures, intelligence is delivered.
32. The product of repudiating worldly pleasures is rest.
33. Complete renunciation of worldly pleasures is from the best act of confidence while want for this world adulterates conviction.
34. The establishment of liberality is renunciation of worldly pleasures.
35. Your renunciation of this world will spare you and your longing for it will make you fall into annihilation.
36. An individual’s renunciation of that which perishes is proportionate to his assurance about that which is never-ending.
37. Controlling the spirit from the pleasures of this world is the laudable austerity.
38. Embrace the renunciation of worldly pleasures, for surely it helps the religion.
39. By what means can one who doesn’t have the foggiest idea about the estimation of the Great beyond revoke worldly pleasures?
40. By what means can one who has not murdered off his vulgar wants come to the embodiment of parsimony?
41. Leave your renunciation alone of that thing which perishes and vanishes, for without a doubt neither will it stay for you nor will you stay for it.
42. He who denies worldly pleasures will never get poor.
43. Whoever disavows worldly pleasures, adversities become simple for him [to bear].
44. One who disavows pleasures in this world sustains [and protects] his religion.
45. Whoever disavows this world, it won’t evade him.
46. By disavowing worldly pleasures, the product of shrewdness approaches.
47. Disavow nothing until you comprehend what it is.
48. There is no plainness like forgoing what is illegal.
49. There is no advantage in the plainness of one who doesn’t revoke eagerness and enhance himself with devotion.
50. Verily the hearts of the individuals who deny worldly pleasures sob even at the point when they snicker, and their bitterness strengthens in any event, when they are [apparently] glad, and their self-hatred increments despite the fact that they are [apparently] charmed with what they are given.
51. At the point when the person who revokes worldly pleasures escapes from the individuals, search him out.
52. At the point when the person who revokes worldly pleasures looks for individuals, escape from him.
53. Be one who revokes what the oblivious ones want.
54. Favored be the ones who revoke pleasures on the planet and want the [bounties of the] From this point forward. These are the ones who have taken the earth as their rug, its residue as their beds, its water as their scent, the Qur’an as their internal article of clothing and petition as their external article of clothing, and have bought in themselves to the methods of the Savior, Isa child of Maryam (‘a).
55. One who neither gives up over the past nor gets excited with the future has taken parsimony from the two its sides.
56. One who denies [the pleasures of] this world downplays the adversities [he faces in it].
57. One who denies [the pleasures of] this world liberates himself and satisfies his Master.
58. One who disavows [the pleasures of] this world will be enchanted by the nursery of the residence [of unending ecstasy in the Hereafter].
59. One who doesn’t disavows [the pleasures of] this world won’t have an offer in the Nursery of the Residence.
60. Rest is in disavowing worldly pleasures.
61. Take a gander at the world with the eyes of the abstinent, separating one and do not take a gander at it with the eyes of the worshiping, connected one.
62. Disavow the pleasures of this world and get some distance from it, and be cautious that demise doesn’t plummet upon you (while you are a runaway from your Master in its interest subsequently getting pitiable or) while your heart is connected to anything of it because of which you are pulverized.