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What’s Hidden behind the Smile Sunday, December 4, 2011

Posted by Administrator 2 in #ABS.
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“In Islam, good character and manners are not confined to being welcoming and friendly externally. Although smiling at someone is a good deed it is only meritorious when done with sincerity and love; if one smiles at someone while having hatred for him, then it is not good manners, rather it is hypocrisy.

Good character is that one possesses the good quality of love and affection in the heart, which manifests in the form of meeting someone with a smile and a cheerful countenance.”

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1. Huda - Monday, December 12, 2011

Masha’Allah, what a beneficial post, and what an easy way of obtaining a good deed.

2. Jeba Mohammed - Thursday, April 12, 2012

This blog is amazing mashaAllaah, may Allaah swt reward you all! Very beneficial article.


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