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I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

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1 I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Sat Sep 15, 2012 5:32 am

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Love is a beautiful emotion. It encompasses all the most beautiful
things in the world. Every relation and connection gets stronger and
more durable when there is an element of affiliation and love added to
it. Beginning from our first love as a child for our mother to choosing
someone to spend our whole life with, love is what makes life worth
living. And, like all precious things in the world, this priceless
treasure demands guarantees to keep it flourishing.

When you love someone, they are always on your mind and become the
driving force of your direction in life. You love to follow them, obey
them, do whatever you can to please them and try your best to avoid
whatever displeases them. You share with them your problems and consult
them for their best advice. Their name soothes you and their company is
the most precious time of your day. Never do their messages and mails go
unread or ignored. The world sees you change when this beautiful
feeling overpowers you, whether this love be for a human, a mission, a
career or simply a car or a gadget. Love changes your priorities and the
color of this feeling is evident on your face and in your feelings,
words, and actions.

We all love the Prophet Muhammad , the personality whose greatness is
acknowledged by Muslim and non-Muslim thinkers and scholars-a warm
friend and a guide for his companions, a devoted and loving husband to
his wives, a shady tree for his daughters, a leader of the Ummah
(community), an exemplary politician and a reformist who transformed the
most uncultured Bedouin into the most disciplined force of people known
to history.

His message, which begins with the oneness of Allah , gives answers
for all the problems we face today. But how many of us have actually
explored the message he brought? Do we really know the message? The
Qur’anic code of life sent to us though our beloved Messenger of Allah
still remains untouched, only to be ‘recited’ when we are in trouble or a
calamity afflicts us, or it becomes a part of the deluxe package that
goes with the bride. How many of us consult his way in our practical
lives whether it’s a matter of celebration or woe?

We never see the Prophet telling a lie, deceiving a human or even an
animal, breaking a pact or a promise. He forgives and prays for the
humiliating tribal chiefs of Taif and the people who throw stones at
him. He rejects social inequality and all sorts of racial supremacy and
lays down in his final sermon, the basic charter of human rights,

An Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab
has any superiority over an Arab; also a white has no superiority over a
black nor a black has any superiority over white except by piety and
good action.

He sets best examples of justice and warns that the previous nations
were destroyed because they only punished their weak and poor for
crimes. He teaches us to be on our best behavior and to have ‘akhlaaq’
(manners) with our neighbors (Muslim or Non-Muslims) so much so that he
once thought that they might get a share in inheritance (because of the
stress Allah has put on their rights). He cries for Allah’s forgiveness
for us and stresses us to remain united and not be divided due to
language, castes or sects.

Learn that every Muslim is a brother to every Muslim and
that the Muslims constitute one brotherhood. Nothing shall be legitimate
to a Muslim which belongs to a fellow Muslim unless it was given freely
and willingly. Do not, therefore, do injustice to yourselves.

Non- Muslim minorities are at peace under his rule. Justice is served
irrespective of faith, status or personal affiliation. He lifts the
status of a woman from the one who was buried alive at birth to a
guarantee to get best rewards, may it be through serving and obeying
one’s mother, taking care of a wife or raising a daughter with love. He
brings a message that puts rewards in charity and spending from what we
love most, giving an orphan a home and helping a widow to survive.

No one has the right to question anybody’s sincerity of ‘love for the
Prophet ‘ but we all need some serious self-evaluation. When we claim
to be his followers, it automatically makes us his ambassadors and
representatives in whatever roles and responsibilities we take. Do we
consult the Prophet in different matters of our lives?

Let’s follow the Prophet to prove that we love him. Let’s celebrate
him every day. Let’s light up our hearts with the beacon of this message
like we light up the streets on his birthday. Let’s engrave those
beautiful stories of his life, which we memorize and narrate, on our
actions. Let’s check if our deeds are compatible with our claims of love
towards him. In following him, lies the secret of Allah’s love, mercy
and forgiveness for us.

”Say, [O Muhammad], “If you should love Allah, then follow me,
[so] Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. And Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.” (Al-Qur’an 3:31)

2 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Sat Sep 15, 2012 5:58 am

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The Man Who Promised Prophet (saw) To Tell The Truth.
Telling
the truth is a very good habit. If you always speak the truth, you can
save yourself from a lot of trouble! Here is a story of a man who did a
lot of bad things, but his promise to tell the truth saved him.

Once a man came to the prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.s.) and said, "Oh
prophet of Allah, I have many bad habits. Which one of them should I
give up first?" The prophet said, "Give up telling lies first and always
speak the truth." The man promised to do so and went home.

At night the man was about to go out to steal. Before setting out, he
thought for a moment about the promise he made with the prophet
(s.a.w.s.). "If tomorrow the prophet asks me where have I been, what
shall I say? Shall I say that I went out stealing? No, I cannot say
that. But nor can I lie. If I tell the truth, everyone will start hating
me and call me a thief. I would be punished for stealing."

So the man decided not to steal that night, and gave up this bad habit.

Next day, he felt like drinking wine, when he was about to do so, he
said to himself, "What shall I say to the prophet if he asks me what did
I do during the day? I cannot tell a lie, and if I speak the truth
people will hate me, because a Muslim is not allowed to drink wine." And
so he gave up the idea of drinking wine.

In this way, whenever the man thought of doing something bad, he
remembered his promise to tell the truth at all times. One by one, he
gave up all his bad habits and became a good Muslim and a very good
person.

If you always speak the truth, you can be a good person, a good
Muslim whom Allah likes and favors. If Allah - our Creator - is pleased
with us, He will reward us with HEAVEN, which is a place of happiness
and joy.







3 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Sun Sep 16, 2012 12:29 pm

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When you love someone, they are always on your mind and become the
driving force of your direction in life. You love to follow them, obey
them, do whatever you can to please them and try your best to avoid
whatever displeases them. You share with them your problems and consult
them for their best advice. Their name soothes you and their company is
the most precious time of your day. Never do their messages and mails go
unread or ignored. The world sees you change when this beautiful
feeling overpowers you, whether this love be for a human, a mission, a
career or simply a car or a gadget. Love changes your priorities and the
color of this feeling is evident on your face and in your feelings,
words, and actions.


Thanks so much for this post. It's so important for us to read and reflect. These words alone are so powerful

4 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Sat Sep 22, 2012 8:40 pm

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5 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Sun Sep 23, 2012 1:24 pm

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6 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Mon Sep 24, 2012 6:17 am

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Of course we love our Prophet Muhammad (saw). May Allah's blessing be upon him and his family. Ameen.

7 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:41 pm

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8 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:54 pm

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9 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:56 pm

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11 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Tue Sep 25, 2012 10:39 am

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Masah Allah , what a beautiful thread.
Let us keep this important threads going! Smile

12 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:22 pm

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Amen sister, I agree....WE LOVE OUR BELOVED PROPHET


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13 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:53 am

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We Love Our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)






14 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:55 am

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We Love Our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)






The Prophet(PBUH)said,"Do not tell a lie against me for whoever tells a
lie against me (intentionally) then he will surely enter the
Hell-fire."(Narrated Ali,Hadith 1:106)

15 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:58 am

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We Love Our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

There is no
word as beautiful as Allah.No example as beautiful as
Rasulallah(SAW).No lesson as beautiful as IslamNo song as
melodious as Azan.No charity as meaningful as Zakat.No
encyclopaedia as perfect as Al-Quran.No prayer as perfect as Namaz.No
diet as perfect as fasting.No journey as perfect as Hajj.....

16 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Wed Sep 26, 2012 4:24 am

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Allah (SWT) has sent Prophet Mohammed (SAWS) for the entire
universe. All the successful paths of various fields of life get
inspiration for his personality. This is the reason those who oppose the
Quran in the beginning, get convinced after studying it thoroughly. In
this way, many people are embracing Islam. This has been going on for
the past fourteen centuries. The number of the new entrants into Islam
is increasing day by day. Seeing the increase in numbers of the people
who enter into the fold of Islam, its opponents are perturbed.
Christians and Jews are constantly engaged in presenting the life and
character of Prophet Mohammed (SAWS) in a distorted manner. They have
now become dare enough to propage these false notions on internet and
You Tube.

17 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Thu Sep 27, 2012 4:23 am

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What a very great man, Gandhi, said about our Beloved Prophet pbuh.


18 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Fri Sep 28, 2012 5:41 am

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By TABU



The Prophet Muhammad (Salla-Allahu ‘Alayhi wa Sallam) said: “Every act of goodness is Sadaqah.”

19 Re: I love the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) on Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:47 pm

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Muhammad (S.A.W) - The Last Messenger


And was sent for all Mankind.



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