Treat People With Your Moral Conduct Not By Means Of Your Wealth

Islam given special importance to Moral conduct, it is a way of behaving well with others by showing your nice word and kind manners. When a person asked about the moral conduct, Imam as-Sadiq answered:

“It is to become modest, speak honorable, and meet your brother cheerfully.”

Most of the individuals put effort on their looks and their personality. But the main aim of a person should be to look for the good Moral Conduct. Moral conduct is the base of all the virtues. Ahl-ul-Bayt used varieties of methods for the glorification of moral conduct:

Holy Prophet said:” The best amongst you are the most well-mannered and generous ones who go on intimate terms with people and people go on intimate terms with them, and whose places of residence are frequently trodden on by guests.”

It is also said that “You should be respected, if you want to be lenient and you might be severe, if you want to be disrespected.”

There were many messengers sent by Allah to people but first he developed moral conduct in them, which is a symbol of the virtues of prophet and also the representation of their personalities.

Prophet Muhammad(P.B.U.H) was a perfect example of the moral conduct, as well as other high moral standards. Because of his ideal moralities, he was able to seize the hearts, and deserved the worthily praise of Allah. There are many lessons of Moral Conduct mentioned in the Holy Quran text.

Imam Ali described the moralities of Holy Prophet and said:

“He was the most generous, the bravest, the most truthful and the most faithful, and in terms of temper, the most lenient and in terms of association, the most honorable. Anyone seeing him for the very first time is filled with awe, and any one associating with loves him. I have never seen his like before and after him”.

Prophet Muhammad is a great picture of moral conduct; from Learning Quran you can see the story with Koreish. It can be seen that all the people there were against him and showed various sorts of bitterness that made him travel to his hometown. When Allah made him victorious against all these people, the people of Koreish knew that Muhammad will take his revenge. But the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said nothing to them, he said: “What do you think I am going to do with you? Only the good, for you are the noble brother and son of a noble brother,’ they answered. The Prophet Muhammad(P.B.U.H) said, “ I will repeat the same wording of my brother Joseph the prophet:(Today, you are not condemned.) Go, you are released.”

Once Imams AL-Hassan and AL-Hussein noticed that an old man was performing the ablution incorrectly. They avoided pointing him out directly, instead they made him the arbiter who should rule most accurate ablution.

Similarly, a dispute once occurred between Mohammad ibn al-Hanafiyya and al-Hussein who conveyed a message to his brother: “ So then, brother! Your and my father is the same. You are not preferred to me and I am not preferred to you in this point. Regarding your mother Fatima the daughter of the Messenger of Allah, if my mother possesses gold that is filling the earth, she will never reach the standing of your mother. If you read this message, you may visit me so that I will please you. You are surely worthier of virtue than I am. Peace and Allah’s grace and blessings be upon you.”

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