I stopped speaking to my older brother for a period of years, and that was [only] to avoid problems – so what is the ruling regarding that? And is what I did correct?
Is calling the mother by her name considered as [being] disobedient to her? And [what] if I have become used to this, and she is fine with that – so would this be permissible?
If I attended a party hosted by my relatives, and there are a lot of reprehensible acts [going on], bearing in mind my presence there is only because I was invited – should I speak out against these reprehensible acts, or should I [just] leave the party?
If I am invited to attend a family party where a lot of reprehensible acts are taking place – should I speak out against them, or should I just leave the party?
Abu Barzah al-Aslamee would wake up for the night prayer, perform wudhoo, then wake up his family [so they could also pray]; he would [then] recite between sixty and a hundred aayahs [in his prayer].
Is there any evidence from the Sharee’ah that the deceased delights when his family visits him [graveside]?