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Laughter and smiling can never be equated. A smile radiates warmth and goodness and is highly recommended in Islam. To the contrary, loud, unruly and rowdy laughter expressing great enjoyment or expressing other positive and/or negative sentiments is seriously detested.

Among the signs of a munafiq (hypocrite), as indicated in the hadith, are three: viz. when he speaks, he lies; when he makes a promise, he does not fulfill it; and when he is entrusted with something, he breeches that trust. It’s thus incumbent for a Muslim to be extremely cautious and mindful of not being ensnared by this disastrous trap.

Children are a priceless blessing. They are a source of sustained blessing (baraka) in the home. Indeed, it is their presence that continuously attracts wholesome sustenance from Allah Ta’ala.

When a Mu’min rises after death, in his grave, he will most surely be carrying his “bag of deeds”. Additionally, the two angels that accompanied him during his entire lifetime will also be present.

There are truly great rewards in store for those who unhesitatingly rally to the assistance of the poor and needy.

The regular and purposeful repetition (epistrophe) of these words is indeed a great blessing. Hence, as a Muslim, one ought to repeat these words as often as possible

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