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Jabir, may Allah be pleased with him, narrated that the Messenger of Allah, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said:

“… Don't curse your own selves, nor your children. nor your belongings. There is the possibility that your curse may synchronies with the time when Allah is about to confer upon you what you demand and thus your prayer may be readily responded…”. 

 Man is hasty by nature, ungrateful in most cases, disputing even with himself, sometimes gets angry for the trivial reasons, and revolts against the one who angered him to the extent that he forgets all his good deeds, and his respect and love, then he insult and abuses him.

Sometimes the anger overwhelms him so that he supplicates against himself, then surely he will disapprove and regret for such words after he restores his mind.

Since the anger deprives man of his reason, and controls the whole entity, so that man became like a doll which the winds move here and there.

The Messenger of Allah – may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him - tells us out of deep love and affection: " Don't curse your own selves, nor your children. nor your belongings " in the time of anger or while feeling distrust and despair; the believer frees himself from any of discouraging ghosts, which contradict trusting and relying on Allah, and heals Himself from those afflictions that disturbs the faith and the light of certainty.

Any sane person who properly estimates the consequences, will never supplicate against himself or his children, no matter how difficult the circumstances are.

We learn from this Hadeeth above what we have said: that the slave must be polite when dealing with his Lord - the Almighty – he may not ask him about something which he does not really wish for himself and his children. If one supplicated with evil against himself and his children, then he dealt with his Lord in an impolite manner. There is no greater sin than bad manners with the Creator, the mighty, the powerful, other than whom there is no one worthy of worship.