By Dr. B.S. Foad
This book follows in the tradition of the first two books published before, and describes the way we apply our faith in our character and behavior and how we live our life as people of faith.
The importance of being active and productive is illustrated with verses from the Qur’an and the sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). We should do the work to the best of our ability. One of the goals of faith is to improve the relationship between people and resolve disputes and removes ill-feelings. A righteous person does not hate or envy other people, rather he/she is kind and loving and just, and is content with what God provides for him.
Proper understanding of religion and wisdom is a blessing from God, and implies coming up with the right solution for the problems that we face. It is our duty to spread useful knowledge and set an example for others to follow.
Diversity is willed by God so that we can listen to different points of view and learn from one another.
Giving sincere advice is part of faith, and should be done in a kind caring way so that others may listen and accept.
Muslims have rights over other Muslims, including help and support, guiding to the truth and giving sincere advice, visiting the sick and witnessing the funeral, and not harming others with our words or deeds.