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Ibn 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Messenger of Allah ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) said:

"Do not talk too much without remembrance of Allah. Indeed excessive talking without remembrance of Allah hardens the heart. And indeed the furthest of people from Allah is the harsh-hearted."  

Jami` at-Tirmidhi

Speaking so much without mentioning the Allah is an unjustified idle talk. There is no good or benefit from such words. It has bad consequences that one has to bear and then to suffer in his life.

He who wants to speak, let his tongue be behind his heart, so that he does not speak unless he knows the meaning of the word and its result, because once he utters a word he can not revoke it. Yet, he will be hold accountable for it, and his apology because of it may not work.

May Allah have mercy on he who speaks to win, or kept silent to be safe,

The best of people: is the one who looks for the word that fulffils the purpose, and is acceptable according to the ettiquets.

The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) this commandment warns us against the fatal mistake which many people fall in; that the speech is devoid from the remembrance of Allah, whether our words are few or many.

The remembrance of Allah the Almighty gives the speech splendor and beauty, and increase the speakers in obedience to Allah Almighty. Therefore, the words will be blessing, and the remembrance of Allah will expiate the ill words which were said during their meeting.

The remembrance of Allah Almighty softens the hard hearts, expand the narrow breasts, opens the way to the mind in meditation and consideration, and prepares it to realize the evidences - of the oneness of Allah and his power – which are scattered in this vast universe.

The heart is softened by the remembrance of Allah and hardened by abandoning it. Its roughness increases as man moves away from the gatherings of remembering Allah, to the extent that it becomes more severe than the stones, so that it can hardly be rectified then it will die consequently.

The remembrance of Allah is the eternal bliss, which has no earthly equivalent.

Woe to those who neglect the remembrance of Alah, I fear he will continue to be heedless until death comes suddenly. Then regret will not benefit him.

Indeed, those who turn away from the remembrance of Allah will not benefit from the reminders.

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