Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymin rahimahullah said:

“Know that when you deal and interact with your wife then it is mandatory that you think of a [scenario] where a man is the husband of your daughter. How does he treat her? Would you be pleased for him to treat her with harshness and sternness? The answer is no. Therefore, do not be content with treating the daughter of another person in a fashion that you would not be pleased for your daughter to be treated. This principle should be known by all people.”

[Ash-Sharh Al-Mumti’, (12/381)

People ought to show regard for other’s hearts. When someone’s heart breaks, one should strive to mend it with what he can; because in this lies a great virtue.
—  Shaikh Salih Ibn `Uthaymin
Ya’qub established al-Masjid al-Aqsa forty years after Ibrahim built the Ka’bah.
—  ​Ibn ‘Uthaymin, Mukhtaraat min Zaad al-Ma’ad p.11.

Ibn al-‘Uthaymin رحمه الله said,

“Allah ﷻ is Wise. He might test a slave with a particular sin so that he may return to Him in repentance.”

[Al-Mumti, 3/52]

In my view, a successful teacher is the teacher who nurtures students. Those who merely fill the minds of youth and students with knowledge without giving them proper direction, then this is inadequate.
—  Shaykh Muhammad b. al-‘Uthaymin

“Some men treat their wives as butlers. They have them only for intercourse and services. They speak to them in a bad way and look down upon them to. They then want the wives to be good to them.”

Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymin رحمه الله, ‘al-Liqa’ ash-Shahri’ (No. 40)