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75 Good Manners That We Can Learn From The Holy Quran

1. Never lie – (Quran 22.30 2. Never spy on anyone – (Quran 49.12)

3. Do not show or feel triumphant elation – (Quran 28.76)

4. Do not insult anyone – (Quran 49.11)

5. Do not waste anything – (Quran 17.26)

6. Feed the needy – (Quran 22.36)

7. Do not backbite – (Quran 49.12)

8. Always Keep your oaths – (Quran 5.89)

9. Never take bribes – (Quran 27.36)

10. Honor your treaties – (Quran 9.4)

11. Control your anger – (Quran 3.134)

12. Do not spread gossip – (Quran 24.15)

13. Think good of other people – (Quran 24.12)

14. Be kind to guests – (Quran 51.24-27)

15. Do not hurt believers – (Quran 33.58)

16. Never be rude to parents – (Quran 17.23)

17. Turn away from hate or ill speech – (Quran 23.3)

18. Do not make fun of people – (Quran 49.11)

19. Walk in a humble manner – (Quran 25.63)

20. Respond to evil with good – (Quran 41.34)

21. Do not say what you Do not or can not do – (Quran 61.2)

22. Keep your promise and trust – (Quran 23.8)

23. Do not insult others’ false gods – (Quran 6.108)

24. Do not fraud people in trade – (Quran 6.152)

25. Do not take items without right – (Quran 3.162)

26. Do not ask unnecessary questions – (Quran 5.101)

27. Do not be miserly nor extravagant – (Quran 25.67)

28. Do not call others with bad or nicknames – (Quran 49.11)

29. Do not claim yourselves to be pure – (Quran 53.32)

30. Speak nicely, even to the ignorant – (Quran 25.63)

31. Do not ask for repayment (Monetary or anything

for favors – (Quran 76.9)

32. Make space for others at gatherings – (Quran 58.11)

33. If enemy wants peace, accept it – (Quran 8.61)

34. Return a greeting in a good manner – (Quran 4.86)

35. Do not remind people of your favors – (Quran 2.264)

36. Make peace between fighting groups – (Quran 49.9)

37. Talk moderately and lower your voice – (Quran 31.19)

38. Do not let hatred cause you to be unjust – (Quran 6.108)

39. Do not ask too many favors from others – (Quran 2.273)

40. Greet people when entering their home – (Quran 24.27)

41. Be honest, even against relatives or your ownself – (Quran 4.135)

42. Speak gently, even to the leaders of disbelievers – (Quran 20.44)

43. Do not criticise small contributions of others – (Quran 9.79)

44. Do not call the Prophet the way you call others’ – (Quran 24.63)

45. Try to make peace between husband and wife – (Quran 4.128)

46. Never call the Prophet from outside his rooms – (Quran 49.4)

47. Corruption and Oppression is worse SIN than killing – (Quran 2.217)

48. Teach others in a wise and good manner – (Quran 16.125)

49. Do not accuse others of immorality without proof – (Quran 24.4)

50. Consider wives of the Prophet like your mothers – (Quran 33.6)

51. Do not raise your voice above that of Prophet’s voice – (Quran 49.2)

52. Do not call someone a disbeliever (Kaafir

without knowing – (Quran 4.94)

53. Seek permission before entering anyone’s room – (Quran 24.59)

54. Knowing your enemies can possibly become your dear friends – (Quran 41.34)

55. Do not wrongly eat up the wealth of the vulnerable – (Quran 4.29)

56. Do not turn your cheek away from arrogant people – (Quran 31.18)

57. Forgive others, as you like Allah to forgive you – (Quran 24.22)

58. Seek Prophet’s permission when leaving his gathering – (Quran 24.62)

59. Do not hold secret meetings for sin, rather do so for devotion – (Quran 58.9)

60. Do not order others to do good while forgetting it yourself – (Quran 2.44)

61. Be patient with your teacher and follow his/her instructions – (Quran 18.67-69)

62. Do not frown, turn away or neglect those who come towards you – (Quran 80. 10)

63. If not able to help a poor person, at least speak nice words – (Quran 17.28)

64. Be lenient to those under you, and consult them in issues – (Quran 3.159)

65. Verify information from an authentic source before acting upon it – (Quran 49.6)

66. Do not remain in the Prophet’s home unnecessarily after a meal – (Quran 33.53)

67. Those who can should continue to spend on those less fortunate – (Quran 24.22)

68. Do not enter homes without permission and return if refused entry – (Quran 24.27-28)

69. Do not sit with those who mock religion until they change the subject – (Quran 4.140)

70. Say it’s not appropriate to talk of slander when it’s mentioned to you – (Quran 24.16)

71. If in need, ask the Prophet’s wives. – (Quran 33.53)

72. Divorce in a humble manner instead of keeping and hurting your wife – (Quran 2.231)

73. Punish in a balanced manner to how you were hurt or be patient – (Quran 16.126)

74. The difference in language and color are signs of Allah, It does not mean any kind of superiority – (Quran 49.13)

75. Do not take any lady by power or force, do not take back marriage gift without an authentic reason and live with them in kindness – (Quran 4.19)

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