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Describe just four duties of Brotherhood in your own words.
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بھائی چارے کے آٹھ حقوق بیان کیے ہیں امام غزالی علیہ الرحمہ نے وہ کتاب بھی دی گئی ہے اس میں سے آپ نے صرف چار کو بیان کرنا ہے ۔ وہ آٹھ یہ ہیں ۔
۱۔ مال میں
۲۔ بدن وجان میں
۳۔ زبان میں
۴۔ دل سے درگزر کرنے میں
۵۔ سچے دل سے دعا
۶۔ اس کے ساتھ نرمی میں پیش آنے اور وفا کرنے میں
۷۔ تکلیف میں
۸۔ تکلیف کو چھوڑ کر آسانی پیدا کرنے میں
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Yes, there are handouts for ISL201.
This topic is included in the handouts.
Lecture Number 14 is on the topic of Brotherhood.
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The holy Prophet (saw) said that two brothers are likened to a pair of hands, one of which washes the other. He chose the simile of the two hands, rather than the hand and the feet because the paue are of mutual assistance towards a single aim.
The lowest degree is where you palce your brother on the same footing as your slave or your servant, attending to his need from your surplus. Some need befalls him when you have more than you require to satisfy your own, so you give spontaneously, not obliging him to ask.
At the second degree, you place your brother on the same footing as yourself. You are contented to have him as partner in your property and to treat him like yourself, to the point of letting him sharev ti equally.
At the third degree, the highest of all, you prefer your brother to yourself and set his need before your own. This is the degree of the Siddiq and the final stage for those united in spiritual love.
Here too, there are different degrees, as in the case of material support.
The lowest degree consists in attending to the need when asked and when in plenty, though with joy and cheerfulness, showing leasure and gratitude.
As for silence, the tongue should not mention a brother's faults in his absence or his presence. Rather should you feign ignorance. You should not contradict him when he talks nor dispute nor argue with him. You should not pry anmd quiz him about his affairs. On seeing him in the street or about some business, you should not start a conversation about the object of your coming and going, nor ask him about his, for perhaps it will be troublesome to him to discuss it or he may have to lie about it.
Seeking forgiveness from Allah with repentance is a virtue. Afw (عفو) is another term for forgiveness in Islam; it occurs 35 times in Quran, and in some Islamic theological studies, it is used interchangeably with ghufran. Afw means to pardon, to excuse for a fault or an offense.
Forgiveness in the Quran. ... At that time, the following Quranic verse was revealed: 'O My Devotees, who have committed excesses against their own selves, do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Surely, Allah forgives all sins. Indeed He is the mostForgiving, the Merciful' (Quran 39:54)
Asking for forgiveness: