Rules of healthy way of life according to the Sharia in the interpretation of Rizaetdin Fakhrutdinov Part 2
Do not be in a hurry when walking, when you do not need, and you can not go too slow. When walking, body posture must be kept straight. When you walk down a city street, you need to stick to the right, so as not to disturb passers. You cannot look around on the sides when walking, sight should be directed forward. It is not allowed a stop on the way, as this will hinder passers-by. Not stare into the eyes of oncoming people and touch them. In that case, when the passers-by too much, you need to take right and let the crowd.When you noticed among travelers disabled or poor, try to help him overcome the obstacles encountered in the path. Give way to those who come to meet with heavy and big burden.
If you have met people who are at a high tones find out the relationship between themselves, do not become involved in the dispute, go on your way. You should not walk on the mud, though it seems the goal closer. You cannot rely on the integrity of the roads, the most important of its quality.Be mindful of your pockets, watches and similar subjects, being in the crowd.Greet friends and acquaintances with the words "Assalyamu 'alekum!" at a meeting. And when you will be greeted answer "Va' aleykumusallyam" with respect.When walking, no scuffs, not subject to the ridicule of the passers-by, imitating their gait and the peculiarities of behavior.It is unacceptable to eat while walking, nibble sunflower seeds, as it is a sign of bad manners.If your companion is a person older than you in age, go next to his right side.And when you need to show him the way when you enter the room, salon ship or wagon train has to go ahead.Disengage from those who constitute a threat to anyone or Affairs of things that offend the Sharia or the rules of decency.
Remember the words of God in the Holy Quran: And do not turn your cheek [in contempt] toward people and do not walk through the earth exultantly. Indeed, Allah does not like everyone self-deluded and boastful (The Quran, Surat Luqman, 18)