Human with a dog’s face.
Human with a dog’s face
Hazrat’e Sayyiduna Ibrahim Bin Maisarah (radi Allahu ta’ala anhu) has said that those individuals who like to take part in obscene conversation, on the Day of Judgement will come with their faces as those of dogs. (Kimiya-e-Sa’adat)
A ban on entry to HeavenThe Holy Prophet (sallallahu ta’ala alaihi wa’sallam) has said: “Entry to Heaven is banned for that individual who uses foul language while talking with others.
The benefit of speaking about good things
The Holy Prophet (sallallahu ta’ala alaihi wa’sallam) has said: “In heaven there huge palaces whose interior can be seen from the outside the palace and the exterior from inside the palace. Somebody asked: “O Prophet of Allah (sallallahu ta’ala alaihi wa’sallam) for who are these made?” The reply was: “For those
who talk about good things”. (Tirmizi)
Those Islamic brothers and Islamic sisters are indeed very lucky who use their tongue for only speaking about good things and give Naikey ki Dawat to as many people as possible. Those people who have the habit of having obscene discussions on the topic of marriage life or those people who like taking part in obscene talks or perhaps those who just enjoy listening to such conversations, those who have a habit of using dirty and foul language, and those who like watching films and dramas which usually these include obscene dialogues and scenes should read the following narrations again and again and should feel scared of the wrath of Allah (az’zawajal). It is narrated in Kimiya-e-Sa’adat that some people will be taken to Hell. There will be a smell coming out of’ their mouths and it will spread around Hell. It will be so bad that the other people in Hell will ask who are these people? They will get a reply that these are those unlucky individuals who used to use obscene sentences, while having a conversation and they were fond of visiting those places where obscenity was the main topic of discussion”.
15 Sunnah And Manners Of Walking.
1. Allah has said in Sarah Bani Israil
“And do not walk haughtily on the earth; you cannot tear the
earth and nor you can achieve height of the mountains.”
2. The fragrant saying of the Beloved Prophet has been narrated: A man, covered with two pieces of cloths, was walking arrogantly, with pride. The earth pulled him inside and he will continue to sink inside the earth until the Day of Judgement.
3. The Beloved Prophet sometimes used to hold the hand of his companion in his blessed hand while
4. When the Holy Prophet used to walk, he would lean a little bit forward as though he is descending from a height.
5. Never walk with pride; wearing chains of gold or any other metal, with the front buttons [of the shirt] open as if to show off. This is the style of the unwise, proud, and transgressing people. It is Haram for men to wear a gold chain in the neck. Wearing other metallic chains is also not permissible.
6. If there is no hindrance, walk on the side of the pathway at a medium pace. Don’t be to fast that people start looking at you thinking that where is he going in such haste. Do not walk too slowly that a viewer may assume that you are ill. One should not hold the hand of any Amrad. It is Haram to hold his hand or to shake hands with him or to hug him out of lust; as it is an act that leads to the Hellfire.
7. It is not Sunnah to look here and there (unnecessarily) while wallcing. Walk with dignity and with your gaze lowered down. Sayyiduna Hassan bin Abi Sinan went for Eid Salah When he came back home, his wife asked him: How many women did you see? He observed silence. When she insisted, he said: I kept looking at the toes from exiting the house till my return to you.
Devotees of Allah don’t look here and there unnecessarily while walking, especially when it is crowded as they might look at someone who is not permitted by the Sharia to look at. This was the piety of our saints The ruling is that if you look at a woman unintentionally and move your gaze away immediately, you will not be sinful.
8. It’s not appropriate to look at someone’s balcony or windows unnecessarily.
9. While walking or coming up or down the stairs, make sure that your shoes do not make noise. Our Beloved Prophet did not like the sound created by shoes.
10. If there are two women standing or going on a way, At not go through between them. A blessed Hadith prohibits us from doing so.
11. It is against manners to spit, clean your nose, put your finger inside the nose, keep tickling your ears, clean the dirt of your clothes with your fingers, itching your private parts and so on while walking, sitting down or standing in front of people.
12. Some people have the habit of kicking whatever comes in their way. This is a very ill mannered practice. There is also a danger of your foot getting injured. Furthermore, kicking newspapers or boxes, packets and empty bottles of mineral water having inscriptions on them is also very disrespectful.
13. While walking, abide by the laws that do not oppose the Sharrah. For example, whilst crossing the road, try to cross the road from the zebra crossings or the over had bridge.
14. Cross the road by looking at the direction of the traffic. If you are in the middle of the road and the vehicle is approaching, then rather than running away, try to stay there as this is a safer approach. Furthermore, to cross the tracks at times when trains are usually passing is like inviting your death. The one who considers trains to be very far should keep in mind the danger of getting entangled in Wires and falling over thereby resulting fatality. There are also places where it is against the law to pass through the tracks. Adhere to these laws especially on the stations.
15. Walk for 45 minutes doing Zikar and reciting Salat,AlanNabi everyday with the intention of gaining strength to worship. you will remain healthy. The best way to walk is to walk at fast pace for the first 15 minutes, medium pace for next 15 minutes and this fast again for the last. With this practice, the whole body will be exercised. the digestive system will be fine, you will be saved from heart diseases and many other diseases.
Chris: Oh my drone it’s DRONE WEEK! Wait…what’s drone week?
Recently I was invited to the InfoCamp unConference at Berkeley where among the awesome and inspiring presentations, I sat in on Peter Swigert’s workshop on drones. Since the blog was deep in Oblivion,Pete and I agreed to coauthor a series of posts on this phenomenon, and also to set the record a little more straight for sci-fi fans and authors on the real-world state of drones.
Today, a first post on the scary, scary world of sci-fi drones.
Unmanned (either manual or automated) aerial vehicles, or drones, have become increasingly common in science fiction, likely a reflection of their increasing role in today’s society. While the future of drone technologies and their role in society are yet to be determined, science fiction has been conservative in its speculation. Most depictions of drones tend to suppose an expansion of the…
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Student blogging is a growing practice within the classroom. With district & parent permission and the right privacy settings in place, this is an excellent format for students to express their ideas to an authentic audience. Blogging incorporates the use of technology and writing, helping to bridge the gap between student interest and classroom assignments. This allows students to make the connection that writing isn’t just the assignments that are given in an English class–writing is what they are doing every time they post a tweet or status update. Improving writing means improving their ability to communicate ideas effectively in all settings.
Whether you’re using student blogs for authentic writing purposes of as a means of formative assessment, the following prompts can be assigned or made available for students to select for more self-directed blogging.
Students should know how to properly review a book before they start blogging. With any…
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14 Madani Pearl Regarding Handshake
1. It is a Sunnah for two Muslims who greet each other with a handshake using both the hands.
2. Also make Salam when you depart and a handshake is also permissible.
3. The Most Dignified Prophet has stated, ‘When two Muslims greet each other with a handshake and ask about each other’s well-being, then Allah sends down hundred blessings between both of them, out of which, ninety blessings are [descended] for the one who greets more cheerfully, and asks about the well-being of his brother more courteously. (Al-Mu’jam-ul-Awsat, vol. 5. pp. 380. Hadis 7672)
4. When two friends greet each other with a handshake, and recite Salat-‘Alan-NabI upon the Holy Prophet then their sins of the future and the past will be forgiven before they move apart. (Shu’ab-ul- Iman lil-Bayhan, vol. 6. pp. 471, Hadis 8944)
5. If possible, recite the following supplication also during a handshake having recited Salat-‘Alan-Nabi: & Slit i.e. May Allah forgive you and me!
6. The supplication that two Muslims make during a handshake will be answered, and they will be
forgiven before the hands separate, (Musnad Imam Ahmad Bin Hambal, vol. 4. pp. 286. HadiS 12454)
7. To shake hands with each other eliminates enmity.
8. The Beloved and Blessed Prophet has stated, ‘Any Muslim who greets his brother with a handshake, and they feel no envy for each other, then Allah will forgive the past sins of both of them before the hands separate. And, anyone who looks at his Muslim brother out of affection, and feels no envy, then the past sins of both of them will be forgiven before the sight is over.’ (Kanz-ul-‘Ummal, vol. 9, pp. 57)
9. One can shake hands no matter how many times he meets [the other].
10. It is not a Sunn ah to do a handshake with only one hand, but rather Sunnah is to use both hands to do a handshake.
11. Some people do a handshake by just touching the fingers; this is not a Sunnah as well.
12. It is Makruh to kiss one’s own hand after a handshake. Islamic brothers should abstain from kissing their own palms after a handshake. (Bahar-e-Shariat, vol. 16. pp. 115 Muhikhkhasan)
13. If a handshake with an Amrad (an attractive lad) or with any person breeds lust, then it is not permissible to shake hands with him. If the sight also breeds lust, then looking at him is also a sin. (Durr-e-Muskhtar, vol. 6. pp. 98)
14. The Sunnah method of shaking hands is that there should be no hindrance of a handkerchief etc. in between; both hands should be bare and the palm of one should make contact wTith that of the other. (Bahar-e-Shariat,, vol. 16. pp. 98)