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Easy Hadith Learning (2)

4. A Good Dream

It is reported on the authority of Abu Qataadah (R) that the Prophet (SM) said: “A good dream is from Allaah and a bad dream is from Satan; so if any of you has a bad dream which makes him afraid, he should spit on his left side and he should seek refuge with Allaah from its evil, for then it will not harm him.” (Narrated by Al-Bukhaari)

♣ Lessons from This Hadith

  • Our good dreams are from Allaah.
  • Our bad dreams are from Satan.
  • We should seek protection with Allaah from the evil of Satan.
  • Whoever seeks protection with Allaah will be safe from Satan.


5. The Sweetness (Delight) of Faith

It is reported on the authority of Anas (R) from the Messenger of Allaah (SM) that he said: “There are three (qualities); whoever is characterized by them will taste the sweetness of eemaan: One to whom Allaah and His Messenger are dearer than all else; one who loves a man only for Allaah’s sake; and one who abhors returning to disbelief after Allaah has rescued him from it as he would hate being cast into Hell.”

(Narrated by Al-Bukhaari, Muslim and others).

♣ Lessons from This Hadith

  • The characteristics of a true Believer.
  • Our love of Allaah and his Messenger are a part of eemaan.
  • Loving one’s Muslim brother only for Allaah’s sake is a part of eemaan.
  • Hating to return to disbelief is a part of faith.


6. The Believer Is Not Stung Twice

It is reported on the authority of Abu Hurairah (R), from the Prophet (SM) that he said: “The Believer is not stung from the same hole twice.” (Narrated by Al-Bukhaari)

♣ Lessons from This Hadith


7. The Superiority of Greeting (Assalaam)

Narrated Abdullah bin Amr (R): A man asked Allah’s Messenger (SM) “Which act in Islam is the best?” The Prophet (SM) replied “To give food, and to greet those whom you know and those whom you do not know.” [by Al-Bukhari&Muslim]

♣ Lessons from This Hadith

  • Delivering Assalaam is sunnah (optional) but its response is obligatory.
  • We should greet those we know and those we do not know.
  • We would say Assalaam when we are leaving.
  • We should always share our food or provide food for others.

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