Tuesday, November 06, 2007

The Ideal Muslim Man

1. He is truthful
2. He does not cheat, deceive or stab in the back
3. He is not envious
4. He is sincere
5. He keeps his promises
6. He has a good attitude towards others and treats them well
7. He is characterized by shyness
8. He is gentle towards people
9. He is compassionate and merciful
10. He is tolerant and forgiving
11. He is easy-going in his business dealings
12. He is of cheerful countenance
13. He has a sense of humor
14. He is patient
15. He avoids cursing and foul language
16. He does not falsely accuse anyone of fisq or kufr
17. He is modest and discreet
18. He does not interfere in that which does not concern him
19. He refrains from backbiting and slander
20. He avoids giving false statements
21. He avoids suspicion
22. He keeps secrets
23. He does not converse privately with another person when there is a third person presents
24. He is not arrogant or proud
25. He is humble and modest
26. He does not make fun of anyone
27. He respects elders and distinguished people
28. He mixes with people of noble character
29. He strives for people's benefits and seeks to protect hem from harm
30. He strives to reconcile between Muslims
31. He calls people to truth
32. He enjoins what is good and forbids what is evil
33. He is wise and eloquent in his da`wah
34. He is not a hypocrite
35. He does not show off or boast
36. He is straightforward and consistent in his adherence to the truth
37. He visits the sick
38. He attends funerals
39. He repays favors and is grateful for them
40. He mixes with people and puts up with their insults
41. He tries to make people happy
42. He guides others to righteous deeds
43. He is easy on people, not hard
44. He is fair in his judgment of people
45. He does not oppress or mistreat others
46. He loves noble things and always aims high
47. His speech is not exaggerated or affected
48. He does not rejoice in the misfortunes of others
49. He is generous
50. He does not remind the beneficiaries of his charity
51. He is hospitable
52. He prefers others to himself
53. He helps to alleviate the burden of the debtor
54. He is proud and does not beg
55. He is friendly and likeable
56. He checks his customs and habits against Islamic standards
57. He follows Islamic manners in the way he eats and drinks
58. He spreads the greeting of salam
59. He does not enter a house other than his own without permission
60. He sits wherever he finds room in a gathering
61. He avoids yawning in a gathering as much as he cans
62. He follows the Islamic etiquette when he sneezes
63. He does not look into other peoples houses
64. He does not imitate women.

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