Optional but recommended
We will not be asked about what out tongues say.
The statement of the tongue can be of the utmost danger to a person.
A person must be careful what they say.
A person should speak good or else remain silent.
Neighbours that visit you
Friends who live in your hometown who visit
Any local person who visits you, whether they are your friend or not
A passing traveller who stays with you in your hometown
He certainly has perfect eemaan (belief)
He certainly lacks all traces of eemaan (true belief) and must be a disbeliever
He may have characteristics of eemaan (true faith) and kufr (disbelief)
His rationale and sanity may go away.
He may do things he comes to regret later on.
He automatically develops enthusiasm from acts of worship.
He will show his good characteristic of manliness.
He should consider the characteristics and condition of the student before answering.
He should give the same verdict regardless to whom he is speaking.
He should always begin his advice with, "Do not get angry."
He should get angry.
He should tailor his answer such that he might answer someone else in a different fashion.