عن أبي هُرَيْرَةَ عن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم أَنَّهُ قال لَا يَزَالُ يُسْتَجَابُ لِلْعَبْدِ ما لم يَدْعُ بِإِثْمٍ أو قَطِيعَةِ رَحِمٍ ما لم يَسْتَعْجِلْ قِيلَ يا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ ما الِاسْتِعْجَالُ قال يقول قد دَعَوْتُ وقد دَعَوْتُ فلم أَرَ يَسْتَجِيبُ لي فَيَسْتَحْسِرُ عِنْدَ ذلك وَيَدَعُ الدُّعَاءَ

Abu Hurayrah (rta) reported from the Prophet (sws) that he said: “The supplication of a person is always accepted [by God] if he does not supplicate about a sin or severing blood relationships as long as he does not become hasty.” It was asked: “O Messenger of God! What do you mean by hastiness?” He replied: “A person says: ‘I have supplicated enough and think that it will be not accepted,’ so he gets tired at this and stops supplicating.”[1]



[1]. Ibid., vol.4, 2096, (no. 2735).