QASHIF MASUD
 

Qashif Masud is a 7th generation craftsman, reviving a family tradition

Why so serious? Not always…

What do scholars do when they are relaxing? Having a laugh!

Many people will recognise the faces in this picture and love them dearly. Imam Khalid Hussain, Shaykh Burhan Khandia, Shaykh Haroon Hanif & Shaykh Saad Al-Attas who is from the prophetic lineage.

“The religion of Islam does not require people to disdain seemly laughter and levity and remain perpetually gloomy. An appropriate sense of humor is often a saving grace.” {http://goo.gl/udNZ0}

As everyone was in ‘relax mode’ l took this image using my iPhone 4s as Imam Khalid was joking around. It is very rare to see these scholars in one room never mind joking around. The companions of our Beloved Messenger used to joke around as well!

#iphoneography #MadniMasjid #HumourYourLife #Pranksters

The Humerous Companion

Once Nuayman went to the suq and saw some food being sold which appeared to be tasty and delightful. He ordered some and sent it to the Prophet as if it were a gift from him. The Prophet was delighted with the food and he and his family ate of it.

The vendor of the food then came to Nuayman to collect the price of it and an-Nuayman said to him: “Go to the Messenger of God it was for him. He and his family ate it.” ..

The vendor went to the Prophet who in turn asked Nuayman: “Didn’t you give it to me?” “Yes,” said Nuayman. “I thought you would like it and I wanted you to eat some of it so I had it presented to you. But I don’t have any dirhams to pay the vendor for it. So, pay, O Messenger of God!”

The Prophet had a good laugh and so did his companions. The laugh was at his expense, literally, for he had to pay the price of the unsolicited gift. Nuayman felt that two benefits came out of the incident: the Prophet and his family ate food that they enjoyed and the Muslims had a good laugh! {http://goo.gl/1Mij0}

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