The Messenger of Allah, Allah bless him ﷺ said that he was sent to complete good character (Muwattaʾ Malik), which leads us to understand that sound religious practice results in good character. However, there are certain matters of conduct which one must learn from those who have them. Among such individuals was the great scholar, Shaykh Abdul-Fattah Abu Ghudda, who, after a life of learning, teaching and benefiting others, died in 1997. Amongst his works is his great book, Islamic Manners, In this book the great erudite hadith master of this time: Shaykh Abdul-Fattah Abu Ghudda beautifully detailed much of the conduct believers need for gracious day to day dealings. The book brilliantly unloads crucial guidance on day-to-day matters ranging from cleanliness, visiting people, dealing with non-Muslims, to death and condolences.