Be a supportive friend. Be an encouraging counselor. Be a shoulder to cry and lean on. Your awesome love for Islam and “Muslimness” will be communicated simply through your actions of being there for others in an uplifting, genuine way. If applicable, when someone is ready, that person will ask you about Islam and seek your help in becoming the best Muslim they can be, God willing. Or perhaps they’ll be more open to listening to your sincere, gentle advice on something you’re truly concerned about because of your love for them.
What calls for sabr? Situations when we're hopeless and sad about some calamity, failure, shock, loss of someone or something, uncertainty, emotional or mental weakness,...
'Aisha (ra) and the Prophet (saw) would use code language with each other denoting their love. She asked the Prophet (saws) how he would describe his love for her. The Prophet Muhammad answered, saying: “Like a strong binding knot.”The more you tug, the stronger it gets, in other words. Every so often 'Aisha would playfully ask, “How is the knot?”The Prophet (saws) would answer, “As strong as the first day (you asked).”
"Allah is beautiful and Allah loves beauty" is a line i've heard for women to force themselves to believe that they can remove hijab or beautify themselves with hijab on, going against the command's of Allah SWT. Deep down i'm sure these women know that their arguement is in fact invalid, it's a clear sign of weak iman.