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67 Al-Mulk (The Sovereignty),سورة الملك
68 Al-Qalam (The Pen),سورة القلم
69 Al-Haaqqah (The Reality),سورة الحاقة
70 Al-Maarij (The Ascending Stairways),سورة المعارج
After bestowing on his son the advice of being punctual with namaz, Hakim Luqman had also offered some other useful advice in the same verse.
‘.enjoin what is just and forbid what is wrong and bear with patience whatever befall you.’ (TMQ-21:17)
The principle of commanding good and forbidding evil has always been an integral part of our faith. It is a significant Islamic principle which has been emphasized many times in Al- Quran as well as in hadith. If we do not pay heed to his Islamic principle and do not react on seeing evil around us, we are as good as dead, morally as well as spiritually.
Prophet Mohammad (saw) said, ‘If one of you sees something wrong, let him change it with his hand, if he cannot, let him change it with his tongue, if he cannot then let him change it with his heart and this is the weakest faith.’.
Abd allah ibn Masud (ra) was once asked by someone, ‘Who are the living dead? He replied, those who never instruct something virtuous and never forbid something vicious’.
Though the advice of Hakim Luqman is comprised of a few words yet if we carefully observe it we may notice that his advice contains the gist of Islam principles. (contd)
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