I just read a hadith from Saheeh Bukhari which is quoted in Muhammad Taqi Usmani’s An Approach to Quranic Sciences. Basically, the Prophet (s) is telling some of his followers that if they go to the mosque every day and learn two verses of the Quran it is like going to the market and acquiring two she-camels without committing any sin or impropriety. And then the Prophet (s) repeats this saying up to the number of four verses and four she-camels. Do we have this same hadith? If not, then is it ok, or even recommended to follow a hadith from a Sunni source if it results in positive action? If you yourself do not have the ability yet to say whether a hadith is saheeh or tha3eef but it seems correct, is it okay to follow it?
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