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Advices of Luqmaan

Advices of Luqmaan

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Advices of Luqmaan(A.S.)
O! the one that is more beloved to me than my own soul,know Allah.
 
Anything that you preach,practice it first.
 
S
peak according to your rank.
 
R
ecognize the respect of people.
 
R
ecognize the rights of people.
 
G
uard your secrets.
 
T
est your friends in times of trouble.
 
T
ry out your friends in times of profit and loss.
 
K
eep away from stupid people.
 
B
e a friend of clever and wise men.
 
S
how your efforts in good work.
 
P
lan with clever and wise men.
 
S
peak with affection.
 
V
alue your youth.
 
hile you are young do the work of this world and hereafter.
 
H
onour your friends.
 
D
eal with your friends and enemies in a honest way.
 
R
egard your parents as a blessing.
 
R
egard your teacher as your best guardian.
 
S
pend according to your income.
 
I
n all your work take the middle course.
 
S
erve your guests to the best of your ability.
 
M
ake generosity a habit.
 
hen entering somebody's home look after your eyes and tongue.
 
K
eep your clothes and body clean.
 
B
e friendly to your society.
 
T
each your son knowledge and discipline.
 
T
each your son,if possible,archery and horsemanship.
 
hen dressing start by putting on your shoes and socks on your right foot,and when taking them off 
 
,begin with the left foot.
 
hen working with somebody,work recording to his capacity.
 
hile speaking at night,speak softly; and while speaking during the day, first keep an eye on all sides.
 
D
on't stretch in front of people.
 
Anything that you don't like for yourself;don't prefer it for others.
 
ork with intelligence and planning.
 
D
on't try to teach when you are not learned.
 
D
on't tell your secrets to women and children.
 
D
on't set your heart on things which belong to others.
 
F
orm a habit of speaking less,eating less and sleeping less.
 
D
on't undertake any work without thinking.
 
U
ndone work should not be thought as completed.
 
D
o not leave today's work for tomorrow.
 
D
on't joke with your elders.
 
D
on't bore your elders with lenghty talks.
 
D
o not encourage people to be rude to you.
 
D
on't disappoint a man in need.
 
D
o not remember past disputes.
 
D
on't confuse your own good with the benefits of others.
 
D
o not show your wealth to friends and enemies.
 
 
 
D
on't ignore your relationship with relatives.
 
D
on't scandalize about people.
 
D
on't admire yourself.
 
I
f a group of men are standing,do likewise and stand.
 
D
on't point fingers at others.
 
D
on't pick your teeth in front of others.
 
D
on't spit or clean your nose loudly.
 
hen yawning keep your hand in front of your mouth.
 
D
on't expect loyalty from ill-bred people.
 
D
on't pick your nose in front of others.
 
D
on't speak nonsense.
 
D
on't make people ashamed in front of others.
 
D
on't repeat something that has been said already.
 
D
on't make signs with your eyes and eyebrows.
 
D
on't praise yourself and your family in front of others.
 
D
on't decorate yourself like a woman.
 
D
on't do what your children want you foolishly to do.
 
G
uard your tongue.
 
D
on't gesticulate when speaking.
 
L
ook after the respect of people.
 
D
on't mix with offenders.
 
D
on't recall the dead by their ill-doings, because there is no benefit in it.
 
As long as possible try not to start fights and arguments.
 
D
on't continously test your strength on others.
 
D
on't take an experienced person to be noble.
 
D
on't eat your bread at the table of others.
 
D
on't hurry in your work.
 
D
on't grieve over worldly things.
 
D
on't become acquainted with anybody that does not value himself.
 
At times of anger say things thoughtfully.
 
D
on't clean your nose with your sleeves.
 
D
on't sleep at sunrise.
 
D
on't eat in front of others.
 
hen walking with your elders,don't walk in front of them.
 
D
on't interrupt other peoples talks.
 
D
on't rest your head on your knees in the presence of others.
 
hile you are walking look where you are going and do not look around.
 
I
f possible don't ride a horse bare-back.
 
D
on't order your guests to do something for you.
 
D
on't speak to a lunatic or a drunk man.
 
D
on't get angry with any one in the presence of your guests.
 
D
on't sit with loiterers and doubtful characters in the street.
 
D
on't lose your respect for the sake of profit and loss.
 
D
on't be a wastrel and proud of yourself.
 
D
on't carry peoples enmity on to yourself.
 
K
eep away from strife and trouble.
 
D
on't be without a pocket knife,a ring,and some money.
 
B
e friendly to people,but not to the extent that you may lose your own respect.
 
D
on't belittle yourself.
 
D
evote your life and with Allah by truthfulness.
 
D
evote your life and with your ego by discipline.
 
D
evote your life and with people by being just.
 

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