poems about friendship

  • The poet Ibn al-Kizani says:

Choose who to choose for yourself

And don’t be tempted by the slanderers

And don’t be tempted by the slanderers

And don’t be tempted by the slanderers

And don’t be tempted by the slanderers

And don’t be tempted by the slanderers

A friend is not a friend of prosperity

But if eternity is up,

But if eternity is up,

But if eternity is up,

But if eternity is up,

But if eternity is up,

His delusion sleeps in which

You care not to lie down in a dream

You care not to lie down in a dream

You care not to lie down in a dream

You care not to lie down in a dream

You care not to lie down in a dream

And how many laughter you guts

You wish you had found the bathroom

You wish you had found the bathroom

You wish you had found the bathroom

You wish you had found the bathroom

You wish you had found the bathroom

  • The poet Bashama bin Amr says:

Life’s disgrace and friend’s war

And both I see it as food and bella

And both I see it as food and bella

And both I see it as food and bella

And both I see it as food and bella

And both I see it as food and bella

If it is not one of them

Walk to death a beautiful walk

Walk to death a beautiful walk

Walk to death a beautiful walk

Walk to death a beautiful walk

Walk to death a beautiful walk

And do not sit down with a burden

Enough with the accidents for one ghoul

Enough with the accidents for one ghoul

Enough with the accidents for one ghoul

Enough with the accidents for one ghoul

Enough with the accidents for one ghoul

  • The poet Muhammad Al-Wasiti says:

The souls of men get to know each other when they meet

Among them is a pious enemy and friend

Among them is a pious enemy and friend

Among them is a pious enemy and friend

Among them is a pious enemy and friend

Among them is a pious enemy and friend

The same is the case with people, and people are among them

Light if you accompany it and heavy

Light if you accompany it and heavy

Light if you accompany it and heavy

Light if you accompany it and heavy

Light if you accompany it and heavy

  • The poet Elia Abu Madi says:

What is the honor of he who does not accompany humiliation?

I will break your tools, break the pen

I will break your tools, break the pen

I will break your tools, break the pen

I will break your tools, break the pen

I will break your tools, break the pen

And have mercy on your tender youth, for they are

Do not carry and bear the pain

Do not carry and bear the pain

Do not carry and bear the pain

Do not carry and bear the pain

Do not carry and bear the pain

How often do you call them when they are asleep?

I thought you heard the ram

I thought you heard the ram

I thought you heard the ram

I thought you heard the rum

I thought you heard the ram

What is in their ears is deafening

As if they have deafness in their ears

As if they have deafness in their ears

As if they have deafness in their ears

As if they have deafness in their ears

As if they have deafness in their ears

  • The poet Al-Nabigha Al-Dhibyani says:

Be ahead of your friend and don’t be

squirrel bites

squirrel bites

squirrel bites

squirrel bites

squirrel bites

Gentleness is goodness, and patience is happiness

Be patient in company that will achieve success

Be patient in company that will achieve success

Be patient in company that will achieve success

Be patient in company that will achieve success

Be patient in company that will achieve success

And despair over what has passed is followed by rest

And, by God, a grafted animal will return to slaughter

And, by God, a grafted animal will return to slaughter

And, by God, a grafted animal will return to slaughter

And, by God, a grafted animal will return to slaughter

And, by God, a grafted animal will return to slaughter

  • The poet Mansour Al-Karizi says:

I close my eyes to my friend as if I

He has what comes from ugliness ignorant

He has what comes from ugliness ignorant

He has what comes from ugliness ignorant

He has what comes from ugliness ignorant

He has what comes from ugliness ignorant

I have no ignorance except that I am my creation

You can stand the possibility of hating what I try

You can stand the possibility of hating what I try

You can stand the possibility of hating what I try

You can stand the possibility of hating what I try

You can stand the possibility of hating what I try

  • The poet Abu Al-Ala Al-Maari says:

So you are with miserable days

Do not forget the affection in prosperity

Do not forget the affection in prosperity

Do not forget the affection in prosperity

Do not forget the affection in prosperity

Do not forget the affection in prosperity

And whoever punishes his brother for his wealth

What led to the truth in fraternity?

What led to the truth in fraternity?

What led to the truth in fraternity?

What led to the truth in fraternity?

What led to the truth in fraternity?

And who made generosity to his relatives

He does not know the ways of generosity

He does not know the ways of generosity

He does not know the ways of generosity

He does not know the ways of generosity

He does not know the ways of generosity

  • The village poet says:

Nothing in the world is more beloved to my eyes

From the view of friends and companions

From the view of friends and companions

From the view of friends and companions

From the view of friends and companions

From the view of friends and companions

And the sweetest music that pleases my ears

The voice of al-Bashir is the return of loved ones

The voice of al-Bashir is the return of loved ones

The voice of al-Bashir is the return of loved ones

The voice of al-Bashir is the return of loved ones

The voice of al-Bashir is the return of loved ones

  • Al-Mutanabbi says:

The worst country is a country without a friend

The worst of what a person earns is what he deafs

The worst of what a person earns is what he deafs

The worst of what a person earns is what he deafs

The worst of what a person earns is what he deafs

The worst of what a person earns is what he deafs

Judgment and sayings about happiness

  • Ethics first, then science and efficiency, this is the key to happiness for individuals, governments and the masses.
  • Even if a man had money and was healthy, he would not stop wondering if he was happy or not.
  • Happy Eid is not fixed date.
  • Freedom with pain is better than slavery with happiness.
  • Happiness is good health and bad memory.
  • People think that feeling happy is the result of success, but the opposite is true, success is the result of feeling happy.
  • Many people have a misconception about happiness, which will not be achieved by fulfilling desires, but by sacrificing for a noble cause.
  • Happiness cannot be in money, power or power, but rather in what we do with money, power and authority.
  • One of the first conditions for happiness, is that the relationship between man and nature must not be broken.
  • There is no happiness for me more than the freedom of my homeland.
  • The past is nothing but a dream, and the future is nothing but a vision, and your present living with complete love for God Almighty makes the past a dream of happiness and the future a vision of hope.
  • The whole world is a false dream, love, money, health, happiness, and glory, none of that is immortal and does not remain.
  • Sacrifice is the jewel of chivalry, and it is what creates happiness among human beings.
  • Clarity of purpose in a person causes him to be reassured and leads to happiness.
  • The only happiness is based on waiting for happiness.
  • Happiness and contentment are great beauty tools, and tricky tools for keeping youthful looks.
  • In the misery of some there is happiness in others.
  • Happiness is in three things: to do God’s command, to be content with what He has divided you, and to be satisfied with what He has decreed for you.
  • If the goal you are achieving is not your personal goal, you will not be happy when you achieve it.
  • Happiness is not made by food alone, nor precious clothes, nor vanity and envy, but it is made by endless love.
  • A selfish person is someone who does not use every minute of his life to secure the happiness of the selfish.
  • You may do something that does not bring you happiness, but there is no happiness without doing something.
  • Happiness is like a ball, a boy pursues it and as soon as he catches it he kicks it.
  • It suffices you from happiness in this world, a pure conscience, a calm soul, an honest heart, and to work with your hands.
  • Excessive happiness is just like sadness, it narrows the soul if we do not share it with anyone.
  • Misery is not crying, and happiness is not laughter.
  • Happiness is when your thoughts, words, and actions coincide.
  • Whoever wants eternal happiness, let him adhere to the threshold of slavery.
  • Many seek happiness in what is higher than a person, and others in what is lower than him, but happiness is a person’s height.
  • For happiness two tributaries are eternal, simplicity and kindness.
  • If you want happiness, do not look to the one who has been given more than you, but rather to the one who has been given less.
  • He who loses all his sources of happiness does not care which chasm he fell into.
  • Whoever obtains happiness must share it with others, for happiness has given birth to twins.
  • Happy people always think they are right.
  • Marital happiness is in the wife’s hands more than it is in the husband’s hands.
  • A woman’s happiness is lost if she cannot consider her husband as her best friend.
  • The mind is the source of happiness and unhappiness.
  • There is no happiness without dignity.
  • We seek to avoid pain more than we seek to find happiness.

Various tips and wisdom about life

  • Life is a flood of memories pouring into a sea of ​​oblivion, but death is the solid truth.
  • Democracy is eager to learn, but authoritarian rule is not in its interest to spread science and enlightenment.
  • The conscious mind is able to respect the idea, even if it does not believe in it.
  • The path of God is clear, and it is not permissible for it to be mixed with anger or pride.
  • Woe to the people from a ruler who has no shame.
  • The man is responsible for everything, as long as he wants to.
  • Suffering has its side of joy, despair its softness, and death has meaning.
  • Thinking is a double-edged sword.
  • When we blame others, we become their victims, we justify our actions towards them, and we give them part of the moments of our lives that may be the last.
  • If you are with God, you are with the absolute majority.
  • The face is the mirror of the mind, and the eyes without speaking confess the secrets of the heart.
  • The mother is everything in this life. She is comfort in grief, hope in despair, and strength in weakness.
  • There are those who grumble because roses have thorns, and there are those who are optimistic because roses are above thorns.
  • The pessimist sees nothing of life but its shadow.
  • I sowed my sorrows in a field of glaciation, and turned into joys.
  • The most melancholy of people who do not know the reason for his depression.
  • Yesterday is today’s memory, and tomorrow is his dream.
  • Humans did not act according to the saying of the one who said, “The best of things are in the middle.” That is why you see them killing criminals and prophets.
  • You can’t laugh and be tough at the same time.

Tips and wisdom for success

  • If you don’t try to do something beyond what you’ve mastered, you never progress.
  • Winter is the beginning of summer, darkness is the beginning of light, stress is the beginning of comfort, and failure is the beginning of success.
  • When you do not know what to do, your real work begins, and when you do not know which way to go, your real journey begins.
  • The journey of success does not require searching for new land, but it requires interest in success and the desire to achieve it, and looking at things with new eyes.
  • It is not written in ink like someone who writes the blood of the heart.
  • Turtles are more experienced with knocking than rabbits.
  • A person who is more flexible can control his feelings and achieve his goals more than a person who is not flexible.
  • In the heart of every winter a spring trembles, and behind the veil of every night there is a smiling dawn.
  • The sage should not be stubborn if fortune frowns in his face.

Poems, advice and judgment