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Prophet Muhammad treated the poor with mercy and kindness, and he used to give them whatever he could, although he, himself, was poor. He also used to teach his companions to have mercy upon the poor as well.
Ja’far grew up under the tutelage of his father Muhammad ibn `Ali, eventually going on to narrate Hadith mainly from him. This is actually a great sign of good fortune that was prevalent among the early generations of the Muslims, which followed that of the companions of the Prophet.
Kindness to neighbors is highly encouraged by all religions but Islam gives greater importance to how we should deal with our neighbors.The Quran makes it clear that neighbors are entitled to kindness, whether they are related to us or not.
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was born into a society that had many of the major problems that we face today. And mended ties between neighbor, people and even his own enemies. He taught us how to turn those issues of strife into peace and security for everyone.
I actually have people come to me and say: “If going to Paradise means I’m still going to be with my wife, it’s not Paradise!” or “If going to Paradise means he’s still going to be there, it’s not really Paradise!”...
“There are three points about fasting the month of Sha’ban more than other months: First: the Prophet, used to fast three days every month. Perhaps he was busy and could not fast in some months, so he gathered all these in Sha’ban to fast them before the obligatory fast...
O Allah, You are my Lord. There is no true god besides You. You created me and I am your slave, following Your covenant and Your promise as much as I can. I seek refuge in You from the evil I have done. I acknowledge before You Your blessings bestowed on me...
Is it not amazing how much the Prophet took younger one’s self-respect and feelings into kind regard, despite his lofty status as the messenger of Allah, who was sent as a means of guidance and a mercy for all of mankind!
Prophet Muhammad came to correct and perfect our morals and characters; he taught us to know about God and love Him; he taught us to love and respect each other, to treat each other kindly; he taught us to be merciful and patient; to give and forgive; to be peaceful...
Prophet Muhammad was often described as kind and generous and his generosity included smiling at those around him. We know from scientific evidence just how powerful a smile can be. In the early days of Islam there were no articles or books to read.