A Code For Everyday Living - Ustath Imran Asif


In this series, you will learn basic codes of living in the light of a topical book of hadiths. These hadiths were collected by Muhammad al-Bukhari addressing the question of perfecting Muslim manners in a very elaborate manner called, Al-Adab al-Mufrad "In this video you will learn about the importance of being a good neighbor. Abdullah bin Amr narrated that the Messenger of Allah said :- "The companion who is the best to Allah is the one who is best to his companion. And the neighbor that is the best to Allah is the one that is best to his neighbor." [Tirmidhi]

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You will learn about the following topics in this live dars :-

  • Neighbours
  • Ties of Kinship
  • Mawlas
  • Looking After Girls
  • Looking After Children
  • Parents
  • Generosity and Orphans
  • Children Dying
  • Being a Master
  • Responsibility
  • Correctness
  • Dealing with people cheerfully
  • Consultation
  • Dealings with people and good character
  • Cursing and Defamation
  • Praising People
  • Visiting and Guests
  • The Elderly
  • Children
  • Mercy
  • Social Behaviour
  • Separation
  • Advice
  • Defamation
  • Extravagance in Building
  • Compassion
  • Attending to this world
  • Injustice
  • Illness and Visiting those who are ill
  • General Behaviour
  • Supplication
  • Guests and Spending
  • Speech
  • Names
  • Kunyas
  • Poetry
  • Words
  • General Behaviour
  • Omens
  • Sneezing and Yawning
  • Gestures
  • Greeting
  • Asking Permission to Enter
  • People of the Book
  • Letters and greetings
  • Gatherings
  • Humor
  • Sitting and lying down
  • Mornings and evenings
  • Sleeping and going to bed
  • Animals
  • Midday Naps
  • Circumcision
  • Betting and similar pastimes
  • Various
  • Aspects of Behavior
  • Anger

Basic manners and etiquettes are taught to us since birth but they are way more significant when it comes to being a well-mannered muslim. Muslims should be recognisable at first glance but appearances can be deceiving and can make the judgement non-reliable or unauthentic but when a muslim is in the company of a non-muslim, the former should be identifiable by his religion in the form of basic etiquettes which include everything from the way a person stands to the way he carries out his day to day activities.

Etiquettes make a person stand out and be remembered for it and the way our religion preaches the importance of having basic manners can hardly go unnoticed.

Course Instructor : USTATH IMRAN ASIF. (Every Wednesday in the WLICC masjid)

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Is there a fee to be paid for this course?

This is a free course and no fee is required.

Do I receive any qualification from the course?

No certificates are given