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Consideration For Others

 

One of the salient teachings of Islam is consideration for others:

Child Crying. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said, ‘I stand in prayer and would like to make it long but I hear the crying of a child and shorten my prayer not wanting to make things difficult for its mother.’ (Bukhari)

 

Weapons. ‘Whoever enters our Musjid or passes through our market with arrows with him, he should hold them by their heads lest it should injure any of the Muslims.’ (Bukhari)

 

Prayer. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam said, ‘When one of you leads the Salaah he should not prolong it because the congregation includes those who are feeble, ill or old.’ One version adds: ‘those who have to attend to work’. While offering prayers alone, you may pray as long as you like.’ (Bukhari)

 

Abstaining. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam would sometimes abstain from doing something he wished to do, lest others should follow him and it might become obligatory upon them. (Bukhari)

 

Visitor. The Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam would not turn away from his visitor in order to attend to anything until his visitor has turned away to leave. When he met anyone and shook hands with him, the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam would not be the first to withdraw his hand. He would wait until the other person withdrew his hand.

 

Talks. Ibn Masood radhiallahu anhu narrates that the Prophet sallallahu alaihi wa sallam used to take care of us in preaching by selecting a suitable time, so that we might not get bored. (Bukhari 1:68)

 

Hadeeth Newsflash

Reported by K`ab bin Malik (RA): Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, "Two hungry wolves sent in the midst of a flock of sheep are no more destructive to them than a man's greed for wealth and fame is to his Deen.'' [At-Tirmidhi]

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