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Al-Rasool Al-Akram Mohammad

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Al-Rasool Al-Akram Mohammad (peace be upon him and his household) Morals

Occasion: The Birth of the Messenger of Allah Mohammad Bin Abed Allah (pbuh) and his Grandchild Imam Jafar Al-Sadek (A.S.)

 
We congratulate Imam Mahdi the Master of the era (May God hasten his appearance), and the Supreme Leader Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei (God keep him), and the believers especially the fighters on the occasion of Prophet Mohammad Bin Abed Allah (peace be upon him and his household) birth and his grandchild Imam Jafar Al-Sadek (A.S.).

Prophet Mohammad's personality was characterized by sublime humanitarian morals, the good companionship with the people and treating them with kindness and softness and mercy, and the ability of bearing the pains and difficulties and harms.

We present hereinafter samples from his social character according to what was mentioned in the Family of the prophet's (A.S.) prophetic traditions who are the most familiar ones with the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his household) and his personality and his single and social behavior.
 
Imam Al-Hassan related to his father (A.S.) that he said: "The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his household) was ever gaiety in which he meets the people with a smile and a gaiety, and his character was easy, and tractable, and he is neither horrid nor rude, and neither clamorous nor obscene, and don't speak about the faults of the others, and don't eulogize the ones who doesn't deserve to be eulogized".

In addition, he (peace be upon him and his household) used to address his nation by saying: "You Bani Abed Al-Muttalib, you will not greet the people by your money, so greet them in a happy mien, and in a beauty gaiety".
 
And if The Commander of the Faithful wants to describe the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his household), he says: "He was the most generous one and his chest was the most courageous and his dialect was the most honest one and his quittance was the most faithful, and most tractable, and best companionship, and who sees him for the first time he fears him, and the one who associated with him, will love him; I didn't see like him before and I will not see like him". Besides, Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him and his household) used to accost him, and even he used to greet the children, and he used to humor the people so much and even he (peace be upon him and his household) said: "The most rational person is the person who humor people, and the most humble person is he who insult people".
 
Prophet Mohammad didn't use to dispraise anyone, and straggle anybody, and search about any ones blemishes, but vise versa, he was so modest, and it was mentioned that when he wanted to blame someone or to admonished him, he used to admonish him with shyness and modesty.  
 
And if some one requested from him a need, he used to accomplish it for him if he can, otherwise he meets the person who requested the need by saying nice words or in supplications or in a guide.
 
Moreover, if Prophet Mohammad missed any of his men for three days, he asks about him, so if he was absent, he calls him, and if he was present, he visits him, and if he was sick, also he pays a visit to him.
 
He (peace be upon him and his household) didn't use to sit or stand without invoking God, and he didn't used to take for himself a special place in the council but he used to sit in the last place in the council, and order his companions to do as such.
 
He gave an important care for purity, even some his companions said: "I didn't see more purge one other than the Messenger of Allah, and he cared a lot for his appearance and neatness, in which no one was like him in his cleanness and clothes and in the elegance of his appearance; it was narrated that he used to adorn himself to his friends beside his adorn to his family. And it was related to Imam Al-Sadek (A.S.) that he said: "The Messenger of Allah used to spend money on the fragrance more than his spending on food".
 
Imam Al-Baker (A.S.) added: "When the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his household) used to pass in a street and after two or three days, if a person passes by this street, he knows that Prophet Mohammad had passed by it because of the nice fragrance that was spread".

With respect to his high moral standards, Imam Al-Sadek (A.S.) says when Prophet Mohammad used to sit with his companions: "The Messenger of Allah used to divide his moments between his companions, so he looks to one and then to the other equally, and he didn't use to outspread his legs at all between his companions, and if he shakes his hand with someone, he didn't use to leave the others hand unless the other person leaves his hand, and when they realized this, then the person who shakes his hand, he shakes it then leaves it from his hand".
 
And none of his companions that used to call him unless they tell him: "At your service". This was the biography of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him and his household) with his companions and nation; he used to treat all the people with a paternal sympathy which is full of passion and sympathy and compassion and mercy, despite of his leader position in the nation and his sublime position. This original Mohammedan Prophetic behavior and that morals and noble features that were found in his great personality from the most important factors in the Islam's victory and his quick extension and spread and power to the peoples' minds and hearts: "Certainly you have in the Messenger of Allah an excellent exemplar for him who hopes in Allah and the Latter Day and remembers Allah much".

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