Abu Ḥatim Ibn Ḥibbān [d. 965 CE] – “When a person acknowledges their *mistake and apologises, they deserve forgiveness, because offering an apology for a mistake requires humility, which warrants the calming of angry feelings.”

Abu Ḥatim Ibn Ḥibbān [d. 965 CE] – “When a person acknowledges their *mistake and apologises, they deserve forgiveness, because offering an apology for a mistake requires humility, which necessitates the calming of angry feelings. If a person is sincere in their apology, they will humble in both their speech and actions.”

→ Rawḍat al-‘uqalā’ wa-nuzhat al-fuḍalā’ – Pg. 184 | Abu Ḥatim Ibn Ḥibbān [d. 965 AD] | [Maktabah as-Sunnah al-Muhammadiyyah] | Translated by: Abu Dawūd [Mustafa b. Saalih] al-Hushayshi

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