Follow Sunnah of Muhammad (SAW) While Communicating with Others

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Follow Sunnah of Muhammad (SAW) While Communicating with Others

Communication is very important among humanity. The term communication commonly means “the move of information” in a defined qualifying criterion whereby sender of the message has the capacity to convey it’s indicating the supposed receiver. The Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) teaches us about every matter of life including how to communicate with others. Here are some tips from Sunnah which all of us must follow to communicate in best and effective way.

 

1. Keep Smile On Your Face

It is said by Abdullah Ibn-E-Haris that:-

“I never came across a person who smiled as much as Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).”

It signifies that keeping any smiling face is surely an open invitation to some others for debate and giving symptomatic of friendliness while Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) generally had any welcoming carryout. This behavior of openness to everyone serves as a great way to obtain being able to spread one`s communication anywhere anytime. Consider an illustration of this a individual that is not used to a given city, and would like to know in regards to particular address. If that person meets a person who is agonized due to any motive, there usually are maximum likelihood that very first person could be rejected even time to talk using the latter a single. But as a result of jovial gestures, one can not only receive someone`s care about converse with but additionally serve while relieving that person`s tremendous grief. It is reported that Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) said that:-

“Your smiling in the face of your brother is charity.”

 

 

2. Talk In Good Tune And Volume

Avoid your tone as well as the volume of one's voice. Your tone determines whether you will make ones relationship or break that. Any undesired loudness as part of your voice might put persons off in addition to make further attempts to be able to communicate futile. In Quran E Hakeem it is said that:-

“Be modest in your walk, and lower your voice. Surely, the most unpleasant of voices is the voice of the donkeys.”

 

 

 

 

“Be modest in your walk, and lower your voice. Surely, the most unpleasant of voices is the voice of the donkeys.”

 

 

3. Take Start With Greetings

It is recommended that we should tale start from Aslaam O Alaikum. These greetings create love among them.

“A man came to the Prophet and said: Peace be upon you! He responded to his salutation.He then sat down. The Prophet said: Ten [rewards]. Another man came and said: Peace and Allah’s mercy be upon you! He responded to his salutation when he sat down. He said: Twenty. Another man came and said: Peace and Allah’s mercy and blessings be upon you! He responded to him and said when he sat down: and blessings are upon you! He responded to him and said when he sat down: Thirty.”

 


4. Shake The Hands With Each Other

Shake hands with Mehram and equal gender.

 

 

5. Use Simple And Concise Words In Your Conversation

Avoid complex words and use simple and concise words. It is said by Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) that:-

“I have been given superiority over the other prophets in six respects: I have been given words which are concise but comprehensive in meaning.”

 


6. Avoid Arguing

Staying nice is simple when you’re dealing with nice persons. But, nearly speaking, this earth has more going without running shoes than like people. Despite your very best efforts, you might be bound to head into not-so-nice persons. Try to never fall in to disputes and also argumentation.

Do not disputes, or you will lose heart and your strength will depart...

 

 

 

 

“And obey Allah and His Messenger. Do not disputes, or you will lose heart and your strength will depart. And observe patience. Surely, Allah is with the patient.”

 


7. End Your Conversation With Greetings

Before your departure end the conversation with greetings. 

So these are the best ways to make your conversation best and perfect by following Sunnah. May Allah help us to follow Sunnah (Amen)!