Good Treatment of Parents: Imam Bukhari's Juzz Birr al-Walidain
Moral Reckoning: Muslim Intellectuals in 19th Century Delhi
Gateway to the Qur'anic Sciences By Imam as-Suyuti, Turath
Creed of Imam Bayhaqi, English Abridgment of al-I'tiqad wa'l ...
Political Thought of Ibn Taymiyah By Prof. Quamaruddin Khan
Razi: Master of Qur'anic Interpretation & Theological Reasoning
Principles for Students of Knowledge By Imam Ibn As-Sunni
Ibn Khaldun on Sufism: Shifa’ al-Sa’il li-Tahdhib al-Masa
Gift of Seeker On Jewel of Divine Unification (Tuhfat Al Murid)
Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyya on Divine Wisdom & Problem of Evil (ITS)
Shikwah Jawab-e-Shikwah (Complaint & Response) By Allama Iqbal
Treasury of Ghazali: Companion for Untethered Soul, M Abu Sway
’Now, men may be either engrossed [in the world], penitent beginners, or arrived gnostics. The man engrossed does not remember death, or, if he does, it is with regret for his world, and he busies himself with disparaging death. The remembrance of death increases such a one in nothing but distance from God.