And I believe he meant every single word…

ما مِنْ ليلةٍ يُهدى إليَّ فيه عروسٌ أنا لها مُحِبّ أحبُّ إليَّ مِن ليلة شديدةِ البرد ، كثيرة الجليد ، في سريَّةٍ أصبِّحُ فيها العَدُوَّ

رواه أبو يعلى 

A night in which I was married to a bride, whom I am in love with, would not be dearer to me than a night of extreme cold and ice. Amongst a campaign attacking the enemy within the early hours.

To read more about him:

Islam Question and Answer – How much Qur’aan did Khaalid ibn al-Waleed (may Allah be pleased with him) memorize?

If you have not read the book sword of Allah. Then you certainly should:

Khalid bin Al-Waleed: The Sword of Allah


Khalid ibn al-Walid – Wikiquote

And a talk about this great man:

YouTube – The Sword of Allah: Khalid Ibn Waleed – Shaykh Zahir Mahmood

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