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Ramadan 2007 (Seerat-e-Mustufa (S.A.W))


Social Interaction

Rasoolullah (S.A.W) used to interact with his wives, companions, neighbours and family so courteously that it brought them all to agree that He (S.A.W) was the most moral, compassionate and excellent mannered from all of Allah (S.W.T) creation.

Hadrat Anas (R.A) states, “I remained in the service of the Prophet (S.A.W) for a period of 10 years but never once did He (S.A.W) reprimand me or ask of why I had not done a particular chore.” (Zarqaani, Vol. 4, Pg. 266)

Hadrat Aisha (R.A) further states, “There was no one more principled with family or friends than Rasoolullah (S.A.W). Whenever anyone called him, He (S.A.W) used to answer by saying, “Labbayk (I am present).”

Hadrat Jareer (R.A) states that from the time he had accepted Islam, never once was he refused by the Prophet (S.A.W) to sit with him, and that Holy Prophet (S.A.W) always smiled whenever He (S.A.W) saw Him. He (S.A.W) would also show kindness to children and visit the sick and destitute (needy). (Shifaa Shareef Vol. 1, Pg. 71)

Hazrat Anas (R.A) states, “Whenever anyone intended to speak to the Prophet (S.A.W) privately in His ear, He would not move His Blessed Head from that person until he finished what he wished to say.

He (S.A.W) would never stretch His legs whilst sitting with the Sahabah Ikraam (R.A) and would always be the first to make Salaam and Musafahaa (Handshake).

The Beloved Prophet (S.A.W) would spread his own personal sheet of cloth for guests to sit on and called the Sahabah Ikraam (R.A) by their Kuniyats (title given to a person in relation to his children e.g.  The father of Zaid shall be known as Abu Zaid).

All guests of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) were greeted by a smile from him, and never did He (S.A.W) stop or interrupt anyone whilst they were talking. In the mornings, the people of Madina used to bring bowls of water to the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) so that it may become mutabarak (blessed) by him placing His hand into it. He would not refuse to do so in even the coldest of winter mornings. (Shifaa Shareef Vol. 1, Pg. 72)