All praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds. May he shower his infinite peace and blessings upon His Beloved Messenger, Muhammad p.b.u.h, upon his noble family, his companions and upon those who follow the true path until the Day of Judgement.
Hadith Six: Beauty of Islam
"Of the beauty of one’s Islam is that he leaves that which does not concern him." (Tirmizi)
The beauty of one’s Islam is that he forsakes and leaves all non-essential actions and statements. 
A true and complete Muslim should constantly be occupied in fulfilling the commands of Allah, the All Mighty, and His Prophet, peace be upon him, to abandon those things that do not bring the pleasure of Allah, the All Mighty, and also those things which are not beneficial in this world nor the Hereafter. Each individual should be occupied in striving to fulfill the commandments of Allah, the All Mighty, and worry about his own situation instead of searching for faults in others and wasting time in useless pursuits.
The honorable Imam Shafi’ee, may Allah’s mercy be upon him, states, "Time is a like a sword, if you do not cut it then it shall cut you."

All praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds. May he shower his infinite peace and blessings upon His Beloved Messenger, Muhammad p.b.u.h, upon his noble family, his companions and upon those who follow the true path until the Day of Judgement.

Hadith Six: Beauty of Islam

"Of the beauty of one’s Islam is that he leaves that which does not concern him." (Tirmizi)

The beauty of one’s Islam is that he forsakes and leaves all non-essential actions and statements. 

A true and complete Muslim should constantly be occupied in fulfilling the commands of Allah, the All Mighty, and His Prophet, peace be upon him, to abandon those things that do not bring the pleasure of Allah, the All Mighty, and also those things which are not beneficial in this world nor the Hereafter. Each individual should be occupied in striving to fulfill the commandments of Allah, the All Mighty, and worry about his own situation instead of searching for faults in others and wasting time in useless pursuits.

The honorable Imam Shafi’ee, may Allah’s mercy be upon him, states, "Time is a like a sword, if you do not cut it then it shall cut you."