1. Nothing takes precedence over Allah ta'ala and His Messenger ﷺ. 2. Never abandon the way of Alahazrat 3. Stand when you shake hands with your father or ulama. 4. Kiss the hands of your parents, grandparents and leading ulama. 5. When you're about to eat, invite those who are in the house. 6. Stand when your teacher enters. 7. Give and take with the right hand. 8. Say your full name when asked and do not anglicise it. Say it as you do at home. 9. Don't throw anything towards an elder. Give it in their hand. 10. Keep a secret. 11. Dress how you want to be treated. 12. Be on time. 13. Treat your wife how you want your daughter treated. 14. Shake hands firmly. 15. In the company of elders, listen more, talk less. 16. Don't interrupt. Let people finish talking. 17. Chew with your mouth closed, quietly. 18. If someone pays for you, you pay next time. 19. Treat others how you want to be treated. 20. Check the mirror before leaving home. 21. Speak your own language at home. 22. Apply perfume. 23. Uncles and aunts are like parents. 24. Give to your daughter first. 25. Pick up your own plate. 26. Don't look around other people's homes. 27. Don't go somewhere uninvited. 28. Learn Arabic. 29. Go to the masjid at least once a day. 30. Give up your seat for someone older. 31. Eat with the person who's sat alone. 32. Keep eating until your guest is finished. 33. Appear joyous when a guest is at your home. 34. Buy from the shop that's less busy. 35. Don't let your parents use public transport. You drive them. 36. You and what you own belong to your father. 37. Don't do anything in life that you have to lie about. 38. The first priority for charity are poor relatives. 39. Learn to cook. 40. Help your wife with chores. 41. Do a voluntary job at the masjid. 42. Learn tajwid. 43. Leave a room how you found it. 44. Don't overstay your welcome. 45. Your father in law and mother in law are like your parents. 46. Don't call someone a name they don't like. 47. Don't remind someone of an embarrassing incident. 48. Don't take a photo of someone without permission. 49. Get a good night's sleep. 50. Put your phone down at home and when around others. 51. Read daily. 52. Don't use social media. 53. Minimise watching TV. 54. Maintain relations as your relatives have rights. Even if a relative doesn't fulfil your rights, you fulfil theirs. 55. Accept an invite. 56. A man is on the religion of his friends. Show me your friends and I will tell you who you are. 57. Face people when speaking to them. 58. Make ablution at home. 59. Knock before you enter a room. 60. Give and accept gifts. 61. Smile. 62. Quieten the sneeze, cover the yawn, muffle the belch. 63. Say please and thank you. 64. Hold the door open for people. 65. Apologise when wrong. 66. Don't work weekends. 67. Name children after prophets and the pious. 68. Play a physical sport. 69. In a pandemic, don't shake the hands of elders. They're more vulnerable. Put the hand on your chest instead. 70. If you borrow a car, refuel it. 71. Make salam when you enter the home. 72. Do not dip fingers into food. Only the chapatti should touch the curry. 73. Open the car door for elders and sometimes your wife too. 74. If you do a favour upon someone, forget it. If someone does a favour upon you, remember it. 75. There are people so poor the only thing they have is money. 76. Your older brother is like a father. 77. Try your best, the result is with Allah ta'ala. 78. Pray Istikharah. 79. Talk to people on their level. 80. Treat the poor with respect. 81. Build emotional intelligence. 82. Return a missed call from someone you know. 83. Do not put socks on wet feet. 84. Eat with the family. 85. No TV during food. 86. Arguing with a fool proves there are two. 87. Mind your own business. 88. There is no concept of old people's homes in Islam. It is your obligation to look after your parents. 89. Don't prepare another morsel until you've swallowed the last. 90. Leave the home with your head covered. 91. No TV in bedroom. 92. Start with elders. 93. Don't touch your teeth on the spoon. 94. Share. 95. Practice chivalry. 96. Men are the protectors and caretakers of women. 97. Feminism is a disease. 98. Don't forsake your Islamic teacher for your pir. 99. Do not have a private conversation with someone when a third person is present. 100. Don't think you know everything. Perspectives and opinions can change over time.