Presentation on theme: "Lessons learnt from this Hadith: 1.To be obscene means to be rude or indecent. 2.A Muslim is never rude in his behaviour or in his speech. 3.If anyone."— Presentation transcript:
Lessons learnt from this Hadith: 1.To be obscene means to be rude or indecent. 2.A Muslim is never rude in his behaviour or in his speech. 3.If anyone is rude to you, never behave rudely to him, rather treat him with kindness. 4.We should never swear anyone or behave in a shameless manner.
Story I Hadhrat Anas says, "I was once walking with Rasulullah.He was wearing a shawl made of coarse material. A villager came up to Rasulullah, grabbed the shawl and pulled Rasulullah towards him. He pulled Rasulullah so hard that the shawl actually left a mark on his blessed shoulder. The villager then said (very rudely and disrespectfully), 'O Muhammad! Give me some of the wealth that is by you which belongs to Allah.' (Look at the tolerance and beautiful character of Rasulullah ) Rasulullah smiled and told one of the Sahabah to give this villager some wealth."
Look at these examples of bad behaviour, How would you classify them? Very serious / serious / quite bad / not bad behaviour ×Chewing gum or eating sweets in class ×Smoking. ×Swearing at a teacher or someone else. ×Cheating in exams (copying from secret notes or another pupil) ×Shouting and making noise at home or in school ×Sharing lunch at school. ×Hitting or kicking younger children in playgrounds. ×Carrying a dangerous weapon (gun, knife, penknife) ×Hitting other pupils or teachers ×Not listening/paying attention in lessons ×Hugging boys/girls during the lesson or in the corridor ×Leaving the classroom without permission.
Happy Land for Islamic Teachings Material taken from the book “Tasheelul Ahaadeeth wal Akhlaaq