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The Greatest Man To Ever Walk On Earth

The Messenger

By Syed ZeeshanPublished 4 months ago 3 min read
The Greatest Man To Ever Walk On Earth
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A man and his twelve thousand companions return to a holy place. One of the greatest companions announces, “This is the day of massacre and revenge.” However, the man disagrees and says, “No, this is the day of mercy.”

This man eventually becomes the leader of 1.8 billion humans. He is considered the best and most remarkable man to have ever walked on the earth — our beloved Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. We are now going to have a look at the beautiful hadiths ( Quotes ) of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him.

“Riches are not from the abundance of worldly good but from a contented mind”

A person said: Messenger of Allah, does good produce evil? The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, remained silent for a while and he then said:

“In the world, the relationship between goodness and its outcomes is evident. Just as spring rain nurtures and brings forth life among the plants, yielding beauty and sustenance, so too does goodness beget goodness in our lives.

Consider the gracefulness of nature, where some creatures, such as herbivores, survive on the vegetation. They graze until their flanks are distended, quench their thirst at a water source, and even pause to relieve themselves. Then, without waste, they return to partake in the abundance of nature once more. This cycle of balance and harmony mirrors the intricate web of life.

Wealth, like the blessings of rain, is a gift to be embraced with gratitude. When acquired rightfully and through honourable means, it is a source of joy and fulfillment. Just as the animals who graze and find contentment, those who accept wealth with integrity are showered with blessings.

Conversely, those who grasp wealth without justification are akin to the insatiable eater, forever unsatisfied. Their actions reflect a discord with the balance of nature and the ethical principles of righteousness. In their pursuit of wealth, they discover that true satisfaction remains elusive, echoing the folly of one who consumes without ever finding fulfillment.”

“Feed the hungry and visit a sick person, and free the captive, if he be unjustly confined. Assist any person oppressed whether Muslim or non-Muslim”

This call resounds in the imperative to feed the hungry, visit the sick, and free the unjustly confined, but it doesn’t stop there. It urges us to extend our hands to anyone oppressed, whether they follow the faith of Islam or profess a different belief.

The act of feeding the hungry is a fundamental human right. It’s an acceptance that nobody should go to bed with an empty stomach. When someone is hungry and going through tough times, a kind gesture can restore their dignity and give them hope. An illness can be a challenging and lonely time. However, a visit can provide immense comfort and show that we care. It reminds the ailing person that they are not alone and that we are there to support them. It will also help the person recover from whatever he or she is going through. So, just ask someone how they are and know what their condition is and return fill their heart with beautiful words and make them feel better and active. This will help the person recover from whatever they have faced before.

It is crucial to take a firm stance against any type of oppression, regardless of the victim’s identity. The main message resonates with the idea that injustice should not be tolerated, and individuals who experience it should seek support from those who promote fairness. This involves advocating for the rights of everyone, regardless of their religion, ethnicity, or any other background.

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About the Creator

Syed Zeeshan

Hi, I am Syed Zeeshan, a student with greater enthusiasm for Astronomy and Philosophy.

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