There is nothing that is accidental; all situations in life work towards some definite end.
All things in life are materials for wisdom to work with.
Success is achieved when free will and circumstances work hand in hand.
The service of God means that we each work for all.
I work simply, not troubling about results. My satisfaction is in accomplishing the work which is given to me, to my best ability, and I leave the effects to the cause.
The rock can be cut and polished; hard metal can be melted and moulded; but the mind of the foolish person is most difficult to work with.
The load of responsibility weighs upon a soul more than the strain of work.
What is Sufism? It is wisdom. To learn wisdom at every step on the path of life is the only work of the Sufi.
Many do good, but how few do it wisely! To do good wisely is the work of the sage.
The work of the spiritual man is to forget his false self and to realize the true self, which is God; and to realize that this true self is in his brother also.
Every thing and being is placed in its own place, and each is busy carrying out the work which has to be done in the whole scheme of nature.
A person, however learned and qualified in his life’s work, in whom gratitude is absent, is devoid of that beauty of character which makes personality fragrant.
Your work in life must be your religion, whatever your occupation may be.