Category Archives: Manners and Etiquettes

Eight Things to Teach Your Sons

Our children are literally our investment in this world for the next, as the Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam said: “When a man dies, all his good deeds come to an end except for three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge, and … Continue reading

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Dealing with Criticisms

  Those who are ignorant have uttered curses at Allah, the Exalted, the Creator of all that exists, so what treatment should we, who are full of faults, expect from people.  You will always have to face criticism, which in … Continue reading

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Categories of Patience

  Patience can be divided into five categories following the five categories of deeds:   Waajib (Obligatory)   – Patience in abstaining from haram things and actions – Patience in carrying out obligatory deeds – Patience in facing adversity which … Continue reading

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There are Four Types of Women

  Ibn Hibban narrated in his work Nazahti Al-Fadlaa the advice of Al-Khattaab bin Mu’laa Al-Makhzoomee to his son. At the end of his words he mentioned the following: “Know that women vary more than the fingers of your hand. … Continue reading

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The Rights of Brotherhood

And know that each one of you has certain rights upon his brother. You should fulfil his needs, and this is of levels. The least is that you gladly fulfil his needs when you are able and he asks you. … Continue reading

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The Sins of the Tongue

Ibn Qudamah (may Allah have Mercy on him) said: “The sins of the tongue are many. They have a certain taste in the heart, and they spring forth from a person’s nature. There is no way to be saved from … Continue reading

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Pride

    From ‘Abdullaah Ibn Mas’ood radi-Allaahu ‘anhu who related that Allaah’s Messenger sal-Allaahu ‘alayhe wa sallam said: “Whoever has an atoms worth of kibr (pride) in his heart will not enter Paradise.” So a man said: What about a … Continue reading

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