20- It is permissibly to answer the one who discredits someone if the one who will answer him thinks mostly of the weakness or the mistaken of him (i.e. the one who discredits).
21- This Hadeeth indicates that it is recommended for the comer to be in the state of ablution and go to mosque first and perform two Rak‘ah and sit for those who come to greet him.
22- The permissibility of greeting the comer and welcoming him.
23- The permissibility of passing judgment according to the apparent indications and accepting excuses.
24- It is recommended for the sinful to cry regretfully for the goodness he has missed.
25- This Hadeeth refers to the permissibility of passing rulings according to the apparent indications and leaving secret intentions for Allaah The Almighty to decide for the Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, accepted the excuses of those who made excuses.
26- The permissibility of not greeting the sinful and the permissibility of forsaking him for more than three days. As for the prohibition of forsaking one for more than three days, it is when this is not for a religious reason.
27- Smiling may be done when someone is angry or being amazed from something, it is not special only for happy events.
28- It is permissible for the old person to admonish his companions and those who loves them most away from others.
29- This Hadeeth refers to the great benefit of telling truth and bad end of telling lie.
30- This Hadeeth refers to the permissibility of acting upon the meaning of the nickname if it is accompanied by a context for the Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, said when Ka‘b, may Allaah be pleased with him, spoke him: 'As regards this man, he has surely told the truth, indicates that others than him told lie. But, this is not applied generally to all people other than him, because Maraarah and Hilaal told the truth. Thus, telling lies applies to those who took oath and give excuses, not those who has acknowledged truth. Therefore, the punishment of those who told truth was done by admonishment that its benefit appeared clearly, and the punishment of those who told lie was postponed for it will be too long. It was authentically narrated that the Prophet, peace and blessing be upon him, said: "If Allaah The Almighty wants good for a person, then He will hasten the punishment for him in this world, and if He wants bad for him, He will reserve the punishment for him until he comes bearing his sins on the Day of Judgment."
31- This Hadeeth indicates that severity of calamity can be lightening by thinking about the one who afflicted with the same affliction.
32- This Hadeeth refers to the great status of observing truth in words and acts and that the happiness of the worldly life, Hereafter and salvation from their evils depends on that.
33- The one who is punished by forsaking is allowed not to attend congregational prayer. That is because Maraarah and Hilaal did not go out of their houses during that period.
34- This Hadeeth indicates that one cannot answer the greeting of the forsaken person if he greets him, because if it was obligatory, then Ka‘b, may Allaah be pleased with him, would not say: "Did move his lips in return to my greetings?"
35- It is permissible for one to enter the house of his neighbor or his friend without his permission and even not from the door if he knows that he accepts that.
36- This Hadeeth indicates that saying 'Allaah and His Messenger knows best' is not a speech nor words and if the one who took oath not to speak to another one says them, then this does not break his oath. Abu Qataadah, may Allaah be pleased with him, said that when Ka‘b kept asking him, otherwise, it was previously stated that the messenger of the king of Ghassan when he asked about Ka‘b, may Allaah be pleased with him, people began to point (him) out and not to speak to him saying, here is Ka‘b, as a kind of exaggeration of forsaking him.
37- Doing quick glances in prayer does not invalidate it.
38- Preferring obeying the Messenger of Allaah, peace and blessing be upon him, to having intimacy with relatives and the service of the woman to her husband and that one should take precautions against the bad things he fears to commit.
39- The permissibility of burning what contains the Name of Allaah The Almighty if there is an interest for that.
40- This Hadeeth refers to the prescription of Sujood Ash-Shukr (i.e. the prostration for being grateful to Allaah The Almighty), hastening to give good news, the one who is given glad tidings can give the best he has to the one who conveys to him glad tiding, congratulating to whom a new blessing occur and standing to him if he attends.
41- People can gather together with the Imam if there are important matters and feeling happy with the things that make his followers happy.
42- The prescription or A‘ariyah (borrowed item).
43- Shaking hands with and standing to the comer.
44- Keep doing the goodness that benefits people.
45- The recommendation of giving charity at repentance and that who vowed to give all of his wealth in charity is not obliged to give it wholly.