24 July 2019   21. Zul Qadah 1440
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Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) was most tolerant and would never become enraged or take revenge for any personal matter. An example is mentioned below:

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Islam strongly advocates the practice of mashwara (mutual consultation) in matters of importance such as domestic, private, marital, financial, political, etc. Mashwara and consultation is a meritorious practice of great benefit that is encouraged by the Noble Quran and Ahadith.

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Breaking family ties and harbouring enmity for a fellow Muslim are major sins. Amongst the categories of people who are not forgiven by Allah Ta’ala on the 15th night of Sha’ban are those who cut ties with relatives.

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Hazrat Jabir ibn Sulaym (RA) once requested Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) for advice who advised him, “Do not be vulgar towards anyone. (Abu Dawood, Tirmizi)

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Hazrat Ayesha (Radiyallahu Anha) narrates that she heard Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) saying, “Verily a believer can obtain the rank of a person who stands in Ibadat (devotion) at night and fasts during the day through good conduct.” (Abu Dawood)

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Harbouring suspicion and ill-thoughts about others is a major sin which is the root cause of many other vices that become the cause of division and disunity in society. Suspicion and ill-thoughts that are not supressed and curbed can lead to jealousy, hatred, gossip, slander, revenge and other major vices. This in turn leads to breakdown in marriages, family ties and social order.

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To do good deeds requires effort, time and resources. Once good deeds have been accomplished, protecting them is of utmost importance.

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Punctuality is an important etiquette in Islam and should be the endeavour of every Muslim. Whilst it is human to be occasionally delayed for one's meeting or appointment, a Muslim should always display promptness and punctuality in all dealings.

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Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) instituted the concept of kafful aza (refraining from causing harm), as an essential right of the road. Drivers and road users are specifically cautioned in this regard. Disregarding this leads to loss of lives and injury to others.

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Whilst on journey, it becomes necessary to utilise public facilities at halfway stops, filling stations, airports, etc.

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