How did the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) treat Muslims who passed away? Was the relationship of the Prophet with his Companions a temporary one? Did the Prophet’s care and compassion fo
The Prophet preferred a life of poverty. However, his home was a very happy one, with love spreading from its rooms to those who were associated in any way with the Prophet’s family.
Prophet Muhammad, the Messenger of God and the most brilliant educator of humanity, approached mistakes not as cause for shame, but as teachable moments. Even though the Prophet taught his companions
It is agreed upon, even by non-Muslims, that Prophet Muhammad (peace be on him) is the most influential person throughout history. He was raised in a community that worshipped several idols, but he ne
Here, we are giving a few brief notes on one characteristic that manifested itself in the Prophet's behavior in a variety of situations. That characteristic is forgiveness of one's enemies.
The Prophet here advises the young of the Muslim society, who will be tomorrow's elderly, to honor the elderly. Continuous application of this Prophetic advice helps bridge the gap between generations
In common use, gratitude to Allah is defined as devoting all that Allah has bestowed upon you to that for which He has created you. Hence, gratitude transcends speech to a state of being that manifest
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