When Winter would arrive, ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab (radhi-yAllaahu ‘anhu) would be mindful to write to them (the Companions), advising them all…
It is not from [the etiquettes of] giving advice to spread the faults and shortcomings of the leaders, since that fills the hearts with anger and hate towards the [established and recognised] leaders.
So your brother is the one who [sincerely] advises you, reminds you, and warns you [against pursuing the path to desctruction].
He is in the habit of visiting his relatives, and these relatives have some [things of a] reprehensible [nature] in their homes such as a satellite dish.
We are students of knowledge, and we go to some of the masaajid and deliver short sermons of advice about death and other matters.