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Marriage is one of the highest demands because it secures preserving the offspring, and the stability of human life on the earth in a way where man can reform the life as intended by the Creator the Almighty.
Death comes suddenly. Man does not know when death will reach him. If one did not leave a bequest, his heirs may lose a part of their properties because of his negligence.
The worldly life is not praised or dispraised with regard to the time, but with regard to the deeds of people; some of them act for its sake alone, and disregard the Hereafter.
Anger is one of the situations in which one loses a large part of his mind and consciousness because it hinders him from thinking about what is going on. He does not judge properly as expected of him. In this case he is not fit to judge. Therefore, he may not judge until he is completely free of anger and restores his forbearance.
The Islamic methodology is based on easiness and warding off the hardship. If anyone adopted extremism or tried to overburden himself or to cause the people to be in hardship, he will be overwhelmed by the tolerance and moderation of Islam.
One of the most serious sins that entails the most severe punishment is to despise one's sin without taking into account its consequences in this world and in the Hereafter.
Vowing is one of the permitted things, provided that it implies drawing closer to Allah.
When Allah wills good for a servant, he guides him to his straight path, and established his heart on the sincere faith, so he enjoys the good life in this world and in the Hereafter.
Envy is one of the major destructive sins, it is the first sin that occurred in creation. Yet, it is recommended to wish what draws the slave closer to Allah the Almighty.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) said: "Follow and do not innovate.
The insight is the skill of knowing the hidden matters, and to take the right decision from many decisions.
The Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) recommended to his companions, may Allah be pleased with them, what fits their psychological, moral and social qualifications. So that the commandment becomes more effective.
Allah has called the worship and the good deeds a trade, because that is related to the person's immediate and urgent benefits.
It is a sign of the man's belief that he recognizes the cruelty of his heart. This is because once the heart is enlightened by the light of Allah, it will be soften by mentioning Allah and responds to the sermons and the lessons he hears. On the other hand, if the faith became weak, the light will begin to diminish according to the decrease of the faith and then the Muslim will feel the cruelty and hardness, but the remaining faith will urge him to search for the cause of the decrease that led to the cruelty of his heart, and calls him to think seriously in rectifying his affairs, and take his way to reform himself with all the determination and ambition until his faith returns to its previous state. Thus, he takes care of himself whenever he feels the cruelty of his heart so that he meets his Lord waving between fearing him and hoping in his mercy.
This commandment clearly shows that taking caution is a must. Precaution is required in every matter that is feared to cause harm, it is one of the reasons that one should take. Then one shall hope in the grace and mercy of Allah that this reason will yield its fruits.
On the opposite of it is the ugly name, it has bad effects on the soul, the child may be hurt when he hears the ugly name and then feels shy and avoids mixing with people throughout his life.
These are the highest manifestations and the finest meanings of happiness. It is truly the light with which the believer walks among people. It is majesty, beauty and perfection.
The companions of the Prophet, may Allah be pleased with them, used to do their best to avoid the doubtful matters whatever they are. So as to keep their religion and honor blameless.
Since he is humble, the Prophet ( may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him ) used to go to the market, to buy what he needed, and to know the merchants' situation in it, so that he would appreciate the good transactions, and would preach those who act in contrary to the behavior of faithful believers. Then he would teach them the rulings of trading.
It is a part of the Prophetic Sunnah to remind the Muslim when dying with the word of Tawheed ( la ilaha illa Allah ), those who are present with him or one of them shall utter it; perhaps he says it, then it will be the last of his words in this world. His heart will be steadfast with this word until his soul ascends to its Creator. Then it will continue to be a light in his grave until the resurrection when he meets his Lord.