Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Oct 8, 2017
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Oct 1, 2017
There is a very relevant Hadith recorded by Bhukari, which clarifies that when the Prophet had to choose between two paths, he always opted for the easier—the peaceful course of action—than the harder one.
One is free to choose between the two paths of peace and violence. According to on Hadith, the Prophet of Islam defined a believer as the one from whom “people are safe as regards their lives and property.”
According to another tradition, the Prophet of Islam observed:
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | Sep. 24, 2017
Anger is the killer of peace. Giving vent to anger is a sign of weakness, whereas the mastering of anger is a sign of power. Anger, moreover, confounds one’s thinking capacity.
The angry man can neither understand any issue in a clear-headed way, nor can he give a response which is adequate to the situation. What is worse is that when an individual is angry, he is all too prone to turn to violence, but the truth is that violence is no solution to any problem.