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Some of the Desirable (Mustahab) Conducts in Islam
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Some of the Desirable (Mustahab) Conducts in Islam
To have confidence in the promises of Allah.
To belittle oneself before Allah.
To spend for the cause of Allah.
To take comfort with Allah.
To repent from unlawful things that Allah dislikes.
To submit oneself to the orders of Allah in all matters.
To have trust in Allah.
To love Allah and those whom He has ordered to love.
To love because of Allah.
To dislike because of Allah.
To have fear of Allah.
To have hope in Allah.
To be deliberate in one's affairs.
To have fairness.
To be independent of people.
Altruism or selflessness.
To help people.
To train oneself in good matters.
To encourage others to do good deeds.
To stop others from doing abominable things.
To bring reform among people.
To be sincere in one's deeds.
To be good to one's parents.
To be humble.
To visit friends.
To be friendly.
To be steadfast in good deeds.
To be forbearing.
To be good mannered.
To protect the rights of the neighbours.
To be concerned about one's sins (both past and possible future ones.)
Not to have all hopes in deeds.
To be considerate with people.
Not to do or practice anything (spiritually or materially) to the extent that it results in extreme pressure on oneself.
To be nice with the family and children.
To be content with destiny.
To forsake worldly pleasures.
To be respectful.
To be protective of people.
To correct one's mistakes.
To be pleasant in one's speech with others.
To be thankful of the bounties.
To reform people with good language.
To spent much in charity and help the weak.
To maintain good relations with one's relatives.
To spread peace and harmony.
To reach-out for the weak, sick and the orphans.
To be clean.
Not to publicise people's shortcomings.
To be the same in out side and in side in all matters.
To be truthful and stay away from lies even in joking.
To have patience.
To be hospitable to guests.
To accept invitations.
To give and accept gifts on traditional occasions.
To forgive people.
To be chaste.
To have justice in all matters.
To have reverence for religious people.
To stay away from despicable individuals.
To have courage.
To love the poor.
To strife against one's desires.
To give loans.
To help the believers in need.
To prevent any harm from reaching the believers.
To keep a secret and not to publicises it.
To mention people with good names.
To hurry in doing good deeds.
To bring one's self into account.
To give good advise to believers.
To intend to do good things.
To cleanse one's soul and remove believers' shortcomings from it.
To be pious.
To be God fearing.
To avoid doubtful matters (i.e. whether they are halal or haram).
To persevere with avoiding sin.
To persevere on worship and prayers.
Remembrance of death and the hereafter.
To be content.
To be bashful.
To have a happy face.
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