“The Good and the Wise Lead Quiet Lives”

Try to develop an observant character; look, listen and think before acting or speaking. This is character-building and allows you to absorb and benefit from your surroundings before adding to it.

No-one really likes a chatterbox, and after some time, people stop listening to them. But if you notice, it’s the quiet ones that get full attention when they finally do speak :) So observe silence and some quietness (unless you have something good to say) and you will soon inculcate wisdom into your character.

~ Sr Fajr
  1. #1 by Dreamlife on March 4, 2013 - 12:41 am

    And it’s a real blessing if that kind of behaviour comes naturally…when you don’t have to TRY to be quiet or observant because that’s just the way you are.

    • #2 by almuqarraboon on March 5, 2013 - 10:04 pm

      True, but subhanallah, every good characteristic is something that can be developed within a person who is willing to fight their natural inclinations to continue doing what they do

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