Mabas is the beginning of the flowering of humanity

The cave of Hira has been a place of seclusion and connection of Muhammad with God since ancient times. Every year he spent one month in this cave in thoughts and conversations with the Most High, but during the following months he also secluded himself in this shelter from time to time. Far from the people and the noise of Mecca, in the silence of the night under the light of the stars, Muhammad went with his thoughts to the great Creator and bowed down in obeisance before a deity that has no equal. Sometimes from the height of the mountain he glanced at Mecca spread out in the valley, the city in the darkness of the night was silent and dark, and it was covered by the shadow of ignorance and carelessness.
Muhammad (pbuh) turned 40 years old. That night, like other nights, the cave of Hira witnessed Muhammad’s sincere and pure prayers. Suddenly light filled the cave and a voice reached his ears. Archangel Gabriel appeared before him and gave him the message of the Most High. Turning to Muhammad, he said: “Muhammad – you are the prophet of God, and I am the archangel Gabriel.” Muhammad was surprised and looked at Gabriel. Gabriel said: “Read!”. Muhammad replied: “I cannot read.” Gabriel ordered Muhammad to read several times in a row. And suddenly Muhammad felt that he could read and read: “Read (and pronounce!) in the name of your God who created – Who created man…” (Surah “Al-Alak”)
In this way, Muhammad became the last divine prophet and began his call to monotheism with soul-soothing words. Since then, Mabas day is the starting point of profound changes in society. His Eminence Muhammad (pbuh) first of all called people to worship the one God. His pure heart, like a smooth and clear mirror, conveyed heavenly messages to people. Although he was not familiar with pen and paper, could neither read nor write, the first message he received from the Almighty was a call to read and study. Despite the absence of a teacher, he himself became the teacher of all mankind, the inspirer of all great centers of science and wisdom.
The mission of the Prophet (pbuh) had several goals that were reflected in history. One of them is the improvement of noble character traits. In the holy Koran, a special place is given to the education and training of a person, bringing his intentions and actions into line. In part of the 25th verse of Surah Al-Hadid, it is said: “We sent you before the Prophets with clear signs and with them the Book of revelations and scales (for measuring good and evil), so that man could observe justice.”
In general, two goals are evident in the prophet’s mission. One of them is the emergence of internal radical transformations in a person. In this sense, the Prophet (pbuh) raised the flag of dignity in his hand and shone like the sun in the sky, so that man would know his high place and understand that everything in the world was created for him and for his happiness. Another goal is to call humanity to monotheism. With the help of the revealed verses, he turned people away from worshiping the idols they had created themselves and sowed the seeds of monotheism in their souls. It is obvious that the rays of faith in the One Creator and the recognition of his rule in life preserve his pride and greatness in man. The spiritual state of human civilization also largely depends on good upbringing and good attitude, which were spread by such prophets as Moses (a), Jesus (a) and Muhammad (s).
Naturally, in the rays of the moral and intellectual growth of society, civilization also grew and developed. We see how after some time after Muhammad (pbuh) accepted the prophetic mission, all kinds of scientific and research centers arose and flourished, and spread with great speed throughout the Islamic world. The French thinker Jean Berawa considered His Eminence Muhammad (pbuh) to be a prophet-legislator, a powerful politician, a great leader, a strong orator and a worthy leader. The Almighty gave him pride and majesty so that he could create the best life program and permanent law.