18 August 2019   16. Zul Hijja 1440
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The person whom you are in discussion with has more right over you than the one who is calling you over a cell phone.

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It is becoming increasingly common for people owning cell phones (like BlackBerry) to become engaged and engrossed in browsing, surfing, reading emails, checking messages, etc. whilst being in discussions or conversation with people. This can become irritating and annoying for others in the gathering or meeting. Such actions are against the teachings of social etiquette derived from the Sunnah.

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Many social problems which include disputes, divorces, and the breakdown of family relations are the result of us not managing situations correctly. Many of these problems can be avoided if we learn how to manage a situation.

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“Among the signs of hypocrisy is for a person to dishonour his word.” (Bukhari, Muslim)

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There are great virtues for visiting the sick. Hazrat Ali (RA) narrates that Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has said: “Whoever visits a sick person in the evening then 70 000 angels shall invoke mercy for the visitor until the morning. If he visits the sick in the morning 70 000 angels invoke mercy for the visitor till the evening and he will receive a garden in Jannah.” (Tirmizi, Abu Dawood)

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There is a general tendency to confine Human Rights to physical and material entitlement. Moral values and human dignity seem to becoming less important. Yet true rights will only be fulfilled when moral and social justice is upheld.

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Among the vices that consume the good deeds of a Believer is 'backbiting' (gheebat), which has sadly become a common and widespread malady in our community.

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A Muslim home not only provides a place of residence for its occupants, but also serves as a place of security and privacy.

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Maintaining family ties is an important obligation of every Muslim. One way of strengthening family ties is to assist family members who are in financial need. It is praiseworthy to direct one's Zakat and other charity to needy family members, as this entails two virtues: the virtue of charity and the virtue of strengthening family relations.

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Anger is a normal human emotion that is found within every person but turns destructive when not controlled. Mismanagement of anger causes one problems at work, in personal relationships, and in the overall quality of one’s life. Therefore the guidance given to us in the hadith is towards the management, control and curbing of anger.

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