I’ve learnt from the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)

12th Rabi Ul Awwal Special: #CompassionDay

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) gratitude and thankfulness that he never complained about life even when he had no parents, no wealth, born in an ignorant society and subjected to persecution and cruelty.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) how to be the ocean of knowledge and wisdom, even without having any formal education.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) to respect and care for the women and stand up for their rights in a society that used to bury the female child and treated women as objects.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) what empathy looks like when he fed the beggars and vagabonds even when he himself was starving for days.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) how to be the embodiment of compassion and strength. He prayed even for those who pelted stones at him and injured him that his shoes filled with blood.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) to raise the voice for truth even if it means standing against your own selves or your loved ones. 

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I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) to have tremendous faith in God’s Plan and God’s Will that led him fighting and winning a battle with minimum resources that nobody have thought they could win.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) to have farsightedness enough to accept a treaty that apparently was against him. It, in fact, opened new avenues to Islam in future.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) gentleness and compassion that led him to visit a woman during her sickness who used to throw trash at him.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) perseverance and forgiveness when he forgave “Hinda” who brutally mutilated his beloved uncle.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) dedication and contention when he accompanied his companions in digging the trench with stoned tied to his stomach out of hunger.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) to reject the wealth, the power and the luxury when offered to him in exchange for his conviction, principles and mission.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) to be tolerant of other faiths when he forbade the destruction of religious places even in the course of the war.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) the patience, tolerance and endurance for the sake of his faith and mission when his family was boycotted for three whole years.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) humility that he never refused invitations and gifts from anyone irrespective of their status.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) the good morals that he would not move his hand from the grasp of the one who is shaking it. He never passed by any group of people without wishing them peace.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) the bravery and courage which was present in his heart since inception. He used to lead the battles from front howsoever fierce they were despite being the leader. He always stood against the face of oppression without hesitation or fear.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) how to be the true manifestation of mercy when he conquered mecca peacefully without any bloodshed and promised asylum to even those who once wronged him.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) the love for humanity. He loved everyone he met. He took care of all the sections of society men, women, kids, old, poor, wealthy and who not.

I’ve learnt from the Prophet (PBUH) how to live in this cruel world, defying all odds, excelling in all the fields, to be a better son, a loving husband, a caring father, a responsible statesman, a disciplined warrior, a spiritual leader and ultimately a perfect human.

So, such a man he was, an ideal model for the entire humankind. He was the final messenger of almighty God, glorified in the ancient scriptures. He was sent by God to set an example for the humans to follow. This article is written to give you a glimpse of his character and persona. So, what you have learned from the aura of the Prophet of compassion (PBUH) and what you could do on the compassion day (i.e. 12th rabi-ul-awwal his birthday) to promote his teachings?

We invite you to do any random act of compassion on this day so that the world will get the message this man par excellence (PBUH) lived to deliver.

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Researcher, an empath, a learning enthusiast, Content writer, and translator in its infancy, striving to make the world a better place through my work.

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  • September 29, 2020
    Ajaz khan

    Will do what ever I can Insha Allah

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