The Etiquettes of Companionship (Part 2): Wanting good for people – Shaykh Yahya Rhodus

In this second podcast based on Iman Abdulwahhab ash-Sha’rani’s (Egyptian Scholar of the 10th Islamic Century) book Adab as-Suhbah, Shaykh Yahya discusses three more Etiquettes of Companionship: (1) wanting good for people; (2) learning to veil people; and (3) learning not to condemn people for the sins they commit. With respect to the last etiquette, Shaykh Yahya explains the hadith, “If anyone condemns his brother for a sin, he will not die before committing it himself,” and how to heed its warning.


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