His father, Abdullah, died before the birth of his son, and his upbringing the boy was taken care of by his grandfather – Abd-al-Mutallib. Have Amine, the future prophet, passed away when he was sick
six years, and in the eighth year he lost his guardian, Abd-al-Mutallib, and took responsibility for his upbringing and life on his paternal uncle Abu Talib.
At the age of twenty-five, the young man married Khadija. Forty years he lived honestly and modestly among his people. All they called him Muhammad Amin (Amin means “loyal to the stored collateral, a person”). Those around him trusted his opinion when resolving conflicts, no more or less significant event in the city did not do without the participation of the future prophet. Muhammad is all devoted his time to worshiping God and serving the people.
Every year he secluded himself for a while in the cave of Hira, prayed and praised the Lord’s greatness.
Emir of the Orthodox Ali in “Nakhj al-Balagha” reports: “Lord sent to him one of his best angels, who constantly stayed with him and instructed him in the best actions and customs.”
At the age of forty, Muhammad was chosen by the Lord for carrying out the prophetic mission. The first among men who accepted his faith, was Ali, and the first of the women was his wife Khadijah, and
for some time only these two recited the prayer with his lordship a prophet In those days, Arabia could not be called cultural and civilized state, on its territory were widely widespread murders, robberies, bloody feuds and
wantonness. It is hard to even imagine in what difficult conditions The Great Prophet urged people to turn to God and how much he experienced difficulties along the way.
Yes, it is known from history that after the death of His Eminence Abu Talib The Great Prophet went to Taif to call its people
to worship God. The elders of the city rejected his appeal and did not not only did they not give him due respect, but also insulted him.
Seeing this, the townspeople lined up and started throwing him light with stones, wounding the Prophet’s hands and feet to the point of blood.
His Eminence Muhammad after leaving with a prophetic mission lived in Mecca for thirteen years, and then moved to Medina, where he laid the foundations of the Islamic state. All thoughts and hopes of this great man were aimed at elevation and enlightenment people, guiding compatriots on the path of morality.
The Great Prophet died in the tenth year of his life in Medina and was buried there. At the time of his death, he was full sixty three years.
Morals and customs of the Great Prophet His Holiness was wiser, more intelligent, more patient and kinder than all other people. He would sit on the ground and eat his lunch like that.
He did some household chores himself, for example, sometimes he opened the door home, milked the sheep himself. When the servants got tired of spinning threshing wheel, he helped them. Never got angry because of worldly affairs, his anger was connected only with the divine questions His lordship was friendly with the poor, no scorned to eat with them, respected learned and wise people. In food and he did not distinguish between himself and the servants by clothes. Never slandered In response to evil deeds, he did good. Easy with greeted everyone, always remembered only Allah and with His name started any business. He usually sat facing the Qibla.
If someone needed his help, his lordship immediately went and helped. He treated guests very respectfully, sometimes he even took off his upper cape and spread it out for the guest.
Noticing once that, talking to him, a man trembles, and he trembled before the greatness of his brightness, the Prophet said, “Why are you afraid of me? I am not a slave, but a slave God, just like you.”
Women in Arabia at that time were in a terrible situation, newborn girls were sometimes buried alive in the ground. Tim
at times the Great Prophet left many instructions regarding women, with in order to alleviate their depressed situation.
Arabs in those distant times used many intoxicating drinks, there were adultery, fornication, gambling and other vices are common, but in as a result of tireless and self-sacrificing work of the Great Prophet by this
the abominable act was put to an end. People deprived of everything only thanks to faith in Allah and God-fearing they were able to save two great empires (Roman and Iranian) from the violence of despots
emperors and introduce their peoples to the teachings of Islam.
In all the actions of the Great Prophet, the starting principle was God and faith in Him, and his lightness incessantly called people to realize God-pleasing affairs.
In one of the battles, the Great Prophet found himself a little out of step military. One of the enemy soldiers noticed him when he was alone
sat on the ground Armed with a sword, the warrior approached his lordship and said:
– O Muhammad! Who will save you from me now?
The Great Prophet with firm faith in God exclaimed:
As soon as his lordship uttered this word, the warrior’s hand trembled
and the sword fell from his hand. The Prophet raised his weapon and asked:
– Who can save you now? from me?
The warrior replied:
– No one can save me, because I did not believe in your God,
for him to help me.
And then the warrior believed in Allah and confirmed the prophetic mission
And this is true: whoever believes in Allah, therefore He will be a salvation in
all troubles and support for any disagreements.