“Try to find know-how and educate to be dignified and calm even as in search of understanding, and humble yourselves with those whom you research from” – (Tabaraani).
We should respect our Teachers. We can see the respect that Hazrat Ali had for the one who taught him even a word.
He (R.A) once said, “One who taught me a solitary word, made me his slave.”
Hazrat Ali (R.A) have told about the privileges of a Teacher they are:
- You welcome individuals by and large and after that welcome him with an uncommon welcome.
- Sit before the Teacher.
- Try not to point with your hand within the sight of your Mentor/Instructor nor wink with your eye.
- Try not to quote another person who said inverse of what your Instructor said.
- Try not to belittle anybody before your Mentor.
- Try not to chase for the deficiencies of an Instructor, and if the Teacher commits an error acknowledge his reason.
- Exalt your Teachers for Allah.
- In the event that the Teacher needs anything, surge before everybody to serve him.
- Try not to whisper within the sight of your Teacher; don’t get a handle on him by his article of clothing.
- Try not to demand answers when the instructor gets to be drained.
- Never feel you have gone with the Mentor enough since he resembles a palm tree from which individuals sit tight for natural products to drop from.