Indeed you have in the messenger of Allah an excellent example for anyone who follows him, who has hope and looks to Allah and the Final Day and remembers Allah a lot.
(suratul Ahzaab, verse 21)
Intizar Ahmad Email:- email@example.com
In the name of Allah, and praises and peace be upon the Prophet of Allah. There is no God but Allah the Kind and Merciful, and thanks be to Allah, the lord of the Great Throne. We ask that you bring upon us your mercy and the doors of your forgiveness, and protection from our own sins, and forgiveness of our minor transgressions. I declare that the Prophet of Allah (peace be upon him) fulfilled the trust, and conveyed the message, and we are witnesses to that reality. Whom Allah chooses to guide, there is nothing and no-one that can mislead him and whom he chooses mislead, there is nothing and no-one that can guide him. I'm talking about manners, adaab, akhlaaq - whatever you want to call it. Just to give you some idea of how seriously Islam takes this issue, let's look at some sayings of the Prophet. The Prophet, in Muwatta Imam Malik said ``Verily, I was sent for no other reason, except to perfect the noble traits of character'' - in other words; one of the Prophet's goals, in fact, the primary mission was the perfection of how people behave - their manners. An idea of the supreme importance Islam attaches to the cultivation of good manners and noble moral qualities can be obtained from the under-mentioned Traditions of the Prophet: “The best of you are those who possess the best manners.” “On the Day of Recompense nearest to me will be one who displays in one’s daily life the best of manners.” “On the Day of Reckoning the most weighty item in the ‘Balance of Deeds’ will be good manners.” Once a Companion asked the Prophet, “What is there that takes a Muslim to Paradise? ” The Prophet replied, “Fear of God and good manners.” The Prophet, again, is reported to have said, “A Muslim