Sneezing and spitting
The Beloved Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) has also described for us the etiquette of sneezing and spitting. Hazrat Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) says that whenever the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) sneezed, he would put his hand over his mouth (and nose) and lower his voice.
The rationality and wisdom of this process can be gauged from the fact that modern medical research shows that many diseases are spread by infections transmitted by coughing and sneezing. An electronic microscope has found that 1.1 million particles of sneeze are released into the air every second. These particles have the ability to form bacterial colonies. These particles have the ability to spread for 12 to 30 minutes and float in the air for up to half an hour. can.
Similarly, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade spitting unnecessarily. Hazrat Anis (may Allah be pleased with him) says that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) said: "Spitting in the mosque is wrong. It can be compensated by burying it."
There is a place of worship where people come only for worship so it should be kept clean. The same rule applies to every place where people come and go and sit up. Burial will be ordered if the floor is made of mud. The floor is not soldered or plastered. Otherwise, instead of burying it, it should be ordered to be thoroughly cleaned. The significance of this command of the Prophet (peace be upon him) can be gauged from the fact that many contagious diseases like TB etc. are spread through saliva.
The whole system of the universe is governed by a separate law. If nature and the cells of nature are violated, then the same condition or condition of disease will be compared to health. The picture of extraordinary events and sudden accidents, which are different from the general laws of nature, is astonishing and surprising to us because we do not understand their real causes and real reality. Otherwise, in fact, they also belong to a certain party and cells. Therefore, a miracle is called a miracle because its causes and effects are beyond ordinary human comprehension and human consciousness is incapable of them.