Welcome phrases for guests
- O our guest, may God bless you and be with you.
- May God live these faces, seeing them increase the joys.
- Oh, welcome, and by God, it resulted in the introduction of our distinguished guests, you are welcome among us.
- Welcome, our honorable guest. Welcome to you, our dear guest.
- Welcome, our guest, to the arrival of a dear guest.
- With hearts full of love, hearts pulsing with affection, and a soul searching for the spirit of brotherhood, we say to you that everything in the universe is happiness, you are welcome, dearest guests.
- Oh hello my dear guests.
- Welcome, my dear guests.
- With hearts full of love, hearts pulsing with affection, and words searching for the spirit of brotherhood, we say welcome to you.
- You are welcome to come to us, and a coincidence is better than a thousand appointments.
beautiful welcome phrases
- Welcome to these faces, seeing them increases the joys.
- With the most beautiful bouquets of roses and jasmine, we welcome you.
- We wish you to have a good time and happy moments, God willing, and waiting for your participation and interaction, and waiting for what your pen will overflow again. Greetings from me.
- Welcome, you are welcome among your brothers and sisters, God willing, we will be happy with you, and I hope that you will benefit and benefit us with your participation. We are happy to have you with us.
- With hearts full of love, hearts pulsing with affection, and words searching for the spirit of brotherhood.. we say welcome to you.
- Greetings to those who fall in love with him.
- With the heart, we scatter the greetings, and our reception bleeds, fragrant with roses and caddy, and filled with love, longing and feelings.
- With love, respect and longing, we welcome you.
- All the welcome and greetings express how happy and happy we are to have you join us.
- Welcome to the one who came with a greeting and peace, he wants to welcome the sweetest words, he wants us to announce to him joining the constellation of our dear friends.
Welcoming phrases with a poetic poem about the reception of the traveler
poem to welcome the traveler
Oh returning under the care of the Most Merciful *** The heart is satisfied with you and the conscience
I came in full of peace and happiness *** and longing overwhelmed Alolhan
Look at uncles and aunts *** Look at girls and boys
They went out to record the vanguard of their beloved *** on his knees strewn with shine
And the breezes were still, I felt the throbbing of their hearts in the air
And I knew in their generosity to you the utmost *** What gratitude reached Al-Asda’
Your little ship has come down from above *** you are blessed with the mercy of your gracious Lord
No, and do not resort to the hope of entering it *** in every delinquency and every paradise
Eyes do not take a falling light *** sluggish as it descends into ports
I met you, the metropolis of the country, to meet it *** for the sake of the one who has a right over the homelands
And the honest socket received his guest *** with a cheerful cheerful smile
Congratulations on your arrival, my dear, and you will get what you want from pride and honor
Welcoming phrases and poems for students of science
The poem of the poet Ibn Duraid
Welcome to those who I love and love in God the Almighty
Welcome, righteous people, pious, who are different in faces and adorn every garment
They strive to speak with chastity and respect, serenity and modesty.
They have the awe, the majesty, the prohibitions, and the virtues beyond statistics.
And the ink with which their pens run is purer and better than the blood of the martyrs.
O you who seek knowledge of the Prophet Muhammad, you and others are not equal
Welcoming poems about welcoming guests and generosity
Honorable companion poem
Hello my brothers, hello to the companions, in Al-Badar Al-Bader
We are waiting for the companions of Kram
Where young people gather in the initiative
We are waiting for Hassan’s visits
Lessons and literature in the initiative, we are waiting
An oasis of goodness, my brother, wants to meet the young people in the first place
We are waiting for the gift of the book in it is what is delicious
Valdar Badar we are waiting and the athlete oh peace
And good brotherhood, in the early days, we are waiting
The poem “Ujbil” that “your father is the carp of his day” by the poet Al-Burjami
Ijbail, your father is experiencing the trouble of his day
So if you are called to great things, hurry.
I give you advice from someone who advises you
Eternity is not overlooked
God feared him and fulfilled his vow
And if you swear by Mary, let it be dissolved
And the guest is kind to him, for it is his abode
Verily, do not be a curse for hostels
And know that the guest informs his family
overnight, even if he is not asked
And leave the seaweed to the friend and others
So that they do not see you from the defenseless
Wasl al-Muwasil what described his affection for you
And beware of the ropes of the mutating traitor
And leave the place of evil, do not be tainted by it
And if your house comes to you, turn
The house of humiliation for whoever sees it is his house
Go away from her as if he did not go away
And if you think about something bad, go ahead.
And if you want to do something good, do it.
And if the enemy comes to you from the
Pinch it like that, and don’t say I didn’t.
And if you become poor, do not be humble
Hope the virtuous when the unfavorable
And if you meet people, strike at them
Until they see you slapped negligent paint
And seek what your Lord has enriched you with
And if you are afflicted with affliction, beautify yourself
And your dream took hold in all of your affairs
And if you resolve to desire, then put your trust
And if he quarrels in your heart once
Two things, so baptize for the most beautiful
And if you meet the Bahishin to the dew
So help them and ease with what they please
And if they fall in love with you, then go down.
He felt about the importance of welcoming and generosity to the guests, Bashar bin Burd said
Indeed, the generous one will hide his hardship from you * until you see him rich while he is struggling.
And the miser over his money has faults * Blue eyes have black faces
If you are generous to give a little and you are not able to give generously, the generosity does not appear
Shine with goodness, hoping for a straw, so what do you hope for fruit if the lute does not sprout?
Broadcast the looms and do not prevent you from saying it * Everything that bridges poverty is praiseworthy
Sareeh Al-Ghawani said about generosity
If you have a good conscience * Generosity does not harm the one who is destitute.
Othmani said about generosity
All the forbearance of the palm, if you ask him
Neither generosity consumes money before it perishes * nor does miserliness increase the wealth of the poor
Do not beg for money by living a plentiful life * For every tomorrow there is a new provision
Yazid bin Al-Hakam said:
I saw a generous soul whose sustenance comes to him blissful and he is not given to greedy eagerness
And every careful person will not exceed his sustenance * and how many will be given his sustenance while he is praying
Muhammad Al-Baghdadi said about generosity
If he gives a little to an honorable boy, then what he gives you is little
And if the gift is from my world * then a lot of things give you
Ibn Askar al-Mawsili said about generosity
The generosity of the Generous, if it is not due * and it is late, did not escape from the hardship
The clouds are useless by their lightning * If it does not rain on the trail *
And what is long a promise is reprehensible, and if he permits * his hands are after the length of the full moon
Sheikh Al-Saburi said On generosity and generosity
Generosity is an honorable trait, an honorable trait that is more honorable than a trait
A virtue that spreads to the horizons * You have a tongue of thanksgiving with a launch
Do not cover faults like generosity * and the fault of the mean without cover
Al-Shafi’i said about generosity
If you are not generous and things are going on with him * and your hands have taken possession of the rugs and the fists
So what is expected of you if you are isolated * and the world bites you with its fangs biting you
And the days take back what I gave you * and from the habit of days you take back the loan