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Beautiful Manners Of Rasûlullah - 2

Anas bin Mâlik said, "When Rasûlullah 'sall-Allâhu alaihi wa sallam' shook hands with a person, he would not take his hand away from that person's hand before that person did so. He would not turn his face away from that person before the latter turned his face. As he sat near a person, he would sit on his two knees; to respect a person, he would not erect his blessed knee."

Jâbir bin Sumra says, "Rasûlullah 'sall-Allâhu alaihi wa sallam' used to talk very little. He used to talk when necessary or when he was asked a question." This means to say that a Muslim should not talk about nonsense; instead, he should keep silent. He used to speak very clearly and methodically; his words would be understood easily.

Anas bin Mâlik said, "Rasûlullah would visit the sick, walk behind the dead as they were taken to the cemetery and accept invitations. He would ride a donkey. I saw him in the holy war of Khayber. He rode a donkey with a rope halter. When Rasûlullah went out after morning prayer, children and workers of Medina would bring containers full of water in front of him. They would beg him to dip his blessed finger into the water. Though it was winter, he would put his blessed finger into all the containers one by one, thus pleasing them."

Again, Anas bin Mâlik 'radiy-Allâhu anh' says, "If a little girl held Rasûlullah's hand and wanted to take him somewhere for some matter, he would go with her and solve her problem."

Hadrat Jâbir 'radiy-Allâhu anh', said, "Rasûlullah 'sall-Allâhu alaihi wa sallam' was never heard to say 'no' for anything asked from him."