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130 Hadeeth on Manners from Buloogh al-Maraam Workbook by Moosaa Richardson

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Moosaa Richardson
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Publication Year:
2019
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130 Hadeeth on Manners from Buloogh al-Maraam Workbook by Moosaa Richardson

ISBN:9781718156203

NOT for unassisted self-study

This is the official workbook for the weekly class at al-Masjid al-Awwal (live in Pittsburgh or online from anywhere). This is literally a $20 ticket to over TWO YEARS of weekly classes, thoroughly engaging and packed with solid academic benefit and touching reminders! Classes are taught live from this workbook, broadcast worldwide. No registration is required. No fees. Simply get the workbook and follow along from wherever you are. All previous lessons, high-quality and professionally mastered, are available on 1MM's (free) Spreaker Channel here:

https://www.spreaker.com/show/130-hadeeth-on-manners

This workbook contains all 131 narrations of Kitaab al-Jaami' from Buloogh al-Maraam, along with an English translation of each one. It has been designed to provide structured guidance for note-taking. With each hadeeth, as a routine, we learn about the Companion(s) who narrated it and the imam(s) who collected it. Important points, based primarily on the explanation of Shaykh Saalih al-Fowzaan, follow in numbered lists, with adequate space for notes. It is hoped that students who normally struggle with note-taking may learn how to identify the most important points of a class and improve this essential skill.

In this study of 131 hadeeth narrations, we are reminded about the importance of refining one's character, some good manners to work on, some bad manners to avoid, and some important personal supplications to be used throughout our day and night.

In Section One, we study 16 narrations about essential everyday manners in basic interactions. Then, 14 narrations zoom in on some of the most important manners connected to kindness and keeping ties in Section Two. In Section Three, 11 narrations inspire us to be more pious, more focused on the Hereafter, and less materialistic, in shaa' Allah. Section Four includes 40 narrations warning us from various manifestations of bad character, while Section Five includes 19 more narrations about more ways to apply good character. Finally, in the last section, we study 31 narrations about remembrance and supplication. While memorizing all of these narrations is indeed quite helpful, the last section, most specifically, should be given special attention.

CONTENTS:

HADEETH 1: SIX BASIC RIGHTS OF ISLAMIC BROTHERHOOD

2: HOW TO APPRECIATE ALLAH'S FAVORS

3: PIETY AND SIN GENERALIZED

4: THE PROHIBITION OF EXCLUDING A THIRD PERSON

5: THE PROHIBITION OF TAKING PEOPLE'S SEATS

6: LICKING THE FINGERS AFTER EATING

7: WHO SHOULD INITIATE THE GREETING?

8: ONE PERSON MAY GREET ON BEHALF OF THE GROUP

9: INTERACTING WITH NON-MUSLIMS

10: MANNERS RELATED TO SNEEZING

11: THE DISCOURAGEMENT OF DRINKING WHILE STANDING

12: EATING AND DRINKING WITH THE RIGHT HAND

13 & 14: MANNERS OF WEARING SHOES

15: THE PROHIBITION OF DRAGGING GARMENTS

16: ENJOYING ALLAH'S BLESSINGS WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE

SECTION TWO: KINDNESS AND KEEPING TIES
17: MAINTAINING GOOD FAMILY TIES

18: THE SEVERITY OF BREAKING FAMILY TIES

19: SIX DESTRUCTIVE MAJOR SINS

20: THE IMPORTANCE OF PLEASING ONE'S PARENTS

21: A BELIEVER'S CONCERN FOR HIS NEIGHBORS

22: THE GREATEST OF ALL MAJOR SINS

23: THE CRIME OF PROVOKING OTHERS INTO SINFUL BEHAVIOR

24: NOT BOYCOTTING MUSLIMS FOR MORE THAN THREE DAYS

25: EVERY GOOD DEED IS A CHARITY

26 & 27: SIMPLE DEEDS THAT COUNT AS ACTS OF CHARITY

28: AIDING YOUR BROTHERS AND ALLEVIATING THEIR BURDENS

29: DIRECTING OTHERS TO GOOD DEEDS

30: GRACIOUS INTERACTIONS IN THREE SITUATIONS

SECTION THREE: ASCETICISM & VIGILANCE
31: THE HALAAL & HARAAM ARE CLEAR

32: RUINED ARE THE WORSHIPERS OF MATERIAL THINGS...

There are a total of 131 narrations!

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