So you will find the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques (may Allaah protect and preserve him) – every week he meets with the scholars…
With gentleness and a love for good
So, there is nothing more beneficial for the heart than dealing with people with gentleness and a love for good for them.
Addressing the Prophet ﷺ
There does not occur in the Qur.aan an address of “O Muhammad”, rather [there is] “O Prophet” and “O Messenger”…
From the right of the father upon his son
From the right of the father upon his son is that [t]he [son] does not…
Regarding the people of innovations
It is said about the people of whims and desires, that no respect nor honour is to be extended to them.
When someone does you a favour or a good turn
Whoever does you [a favour or] a good turn, particularly in terms of your religion, and [offering you sincere] advice, and encouraging you upon good and discouraging you against that which is bad, then [all of] this necessitates that you should love [and respect] them.
Out of respect for him
When Khaalid ibn Ma’daan would sit, none amongst [those who had gathered] was able to mention [anything of] the dunyaa in his presence, out of respect for him.
Calling the mother by her name
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?
Rectifying the misunderstandings of the people
The people of Egypt would disparage ‘Uthmaan ibn ‘Affaan, until al-Layth ibn Sa’d emerged from [amongst] them and spoke to them about his virtues, and so they refrained.
When a man narrates to me a hadeeth, I remain silent [to encourage] him – [giving the impression] as if I haven’t heard it [before], even though I [first] heard it before he was even born!