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Be mindful of Allah and Allah will protect you.
One of the Companions (may Allah be pleased with them) asked the Prophet (may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him) to order him with something that would benefit him in this world and in the Hereafter, so he ordered him not to get angry. His advice 'Do not get angry' repels most of people's harms.
"Adhere to my Sunnah"
The Hadīth of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) teaches us that a person often adopts the habits, ways, and attitudes of his companion. So, in order to safeguard his religion and morals, one must scrutinize and consider the one whom he befriends.
Fear Allah by obeying His commands and avoiding His prohibitions wherever you may be, follow a bad deed with a good one to expiate it and wipe out its bad effects from the heart and its penalty from your record of deeds, and treat people as you would like them to treat you.
This commandment was not for Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, in particular as it is apparent, but he transmitted it to the other believing men and women.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was very careful to settling the rows of the prayer because the congregational prayer is an evidence of the unity of hearts and establishing the brotherhood of faith. The more the rows are straight, the stronger the hearts will be, and so Muslims will be more compassionate.
The Muslim should not be accustomed to cursing or to saying the indecent words, he may not be angry for any of the matters of the world unless it is related to the religion or the honor, or that it harms the life or the offspring or wealth.
If it were not for the favor of the Lord, man would not have donated, because he is stingy by nature, indeed the benevolence is from Allah the most generous.
The believer is wise enough to put everything in its right place and behaves with the light of his insight, so that his transactions is characterized by leniency, he treats people in a friendly way, respects the elders and has mercy on the children, he properly estimates the prestige of people; he behaves politely with the high class people, and do not despise any of the people because of being poor or ugly or even for the low lineage.
The Messenger of Allah - may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him - recommends in this Hadeeth not to speak unless our words is mixed with the remembrance of Allah.
This commandment appears as if it is a farewell advice that carries things of concern, which man may forget them; for being distant from Allah, and for being attached to the worldly life and following his self inclination.
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.
Anger also affects the mental and psychological faculties, it strongly affects the nerves and blood vessels; once one gets angry he will be afflicted with severe disorders, high blood pressure, and rapid pace of heartbeat as well.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was famous among his companions for medicine and wisdom. He knew how to diagnose the disease and prescribe the medicine, this is one of his insights, with which Allah has singled out him.
Traders in the markets and other places continued to swear in order to promote their goods, and to tempt people to buy the items at high prices, motivated by the greed.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was merciful to the animal as he was merciful to people. He (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was the fountain of compassion, and benevolence in every situation.
The provisions of Islamic law are based on honesty and certainty, not on the suspicion and speculation.
The Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to address women after he finished preaching men, since they are the counterparts of men so that he reminds them of the good deeds and let them feel the responsibility of spending for the sake of Allah and feeding the poor. Just as men do, as long as they have surplus money to spend from.
Being in seclusion with a woman is a reason of suspicion and temptation. It is a great sin for those who insist on committing it or take this matter lightly and disregard its consequences.