When i was going to drinking there is no such place to sit so i sit on the my account book and then drink water. how is this in our islamic saryiat ?
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when i was going to drinking there is no such place to sit so i sit on the my account book and then drink water
how is this in our islamic saryiat ?
is anything wrong ?
its normal ?
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Drinking and sitting on book
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In normal circumstances, the guidance and Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (saws) is that the believers should drink or eat while in a seated position. But if the place is unclean, or if one is in a place where it is not possible to sit down; there is no harm if one eats or drinks while standing. In normal circumstances the Messenger of Allah (saws) always sat down when eating or drinking; but it is also reported that sometimes he (saws) ate and drank while in a standing position.
If one could not find a place to sit and one temporarily did sit on a book or stack of books to eat or drink, there is absolutely no harm and no sin.
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