Some hadiths about the manners of a Muslim


God has revealed to me that you must be humble, so that no one boasts

over another, or oppresses another.


Modesty is part of faith and faith is in paradise, but obscenity is part of

hardness of heart and hardness of heart is in hell.

(Ahmad, Tirmidhi).

A believer is not stung twice from the same hole.

(Bukhari, Muslim)

(So if someone cheats you the first time, dont trust them again)

Abu Dharr said: My friend ordered me to observe seven things.

He ordered me to love the poor and be near them; he ordered me

to consider my inferior and not consider my superior;

he ordered me to join ties of relationship

even when relatives are at a distance; he ordered me not to ask anyone

for anything; he ordered me to speak the truth even when it is bitter;

he ordered me not to fear for God's sake reproach anyone may cast on

me; and he ordered me to repeat often, "There is no might and no power

except in God," for these words are a part of the treasure under the throne.


When a man prays publicly in a good manner and prays secretly in a

good manner, God most high says, "This is My servant indeed."

(Ibn Majah)

The strong man is not the good wrestler; the strong man is only the

one who controls himself when he is angry.

(Bukhari, Muslim).

Abu Huraira reported God's messenger (peace and blessings of Allah

be upon him) as telling that Moses' son Imran said, "My Lord, who is the

greatest of Thy servant in Thy estimation?" and received the reply, "The one who

>forgives when he is in a position of power.


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