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Tears of Rasulullah (saw): How much do you Love Rasulullah (saw)?

Tears of Rasulullah (saw): How much do you Love Rasulullah (saw)?Suddenly, there was a person said Salaam. "May I come in?" he asked the permission to enter.

But Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) did not allow him to enter the room. "I'm sorry, my father is ill," said Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) turned back and closed the door.

Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) went back to her father who had opened his eyes and asked Fatimah, "Who was he, my daughter?"

"I don't know, my father. It's the first time I'm seeing him," Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) said gently.

Then, Rasulullah (saw) looked at his daughter with trembled look, as if he wanted to reminisce about every part of her daughter's face. "Know one thing! He is who erases the temporary pleasure; he is who separates the companionship in the world. He is the angel of death (Ezraeel)," said Rasulullah (saw).

Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) bore the bomb of her cry. Then, Rasulullah (saw) ask his daughter to allow the angel of death (Ezraeel) to enter.

The angel of death (Ezraeel) came toward him; But Rasulullah (saw) asked why Jibril (Gabriel) did not come along with him. Then, Jibril was called. Jibril was ready in the sky to welcome the soul of Habibullah and the leader of the earth.

"O Jibril, explain me about my rights in front of ALLAH (SWT)?" Rasulullah (saw) asked with a weak voice.

"The doors of sky has opened, the angels are waiting for your soul. Paradise opens widely waiting for you," Jibril said. But, in fact, those all did not make Rasulullah (saw) relieve, his eyes were still full of worry.

"You are not happy to hear this news?" asked Jibril.

"Tell me about the destiny of my people in future?"

"Don't worry, O Rasulullah. I heard ALLAH (SWT) told me: I make Paradise Haram (forbidden) for every one, except the people of Muhammad," Jibril said.

It became closer and closer, the time for the angel of death (Ezraeel) to do his work. Slowly, Rasulullah's soul was pulled. It was seemed that the body of Rasulullah (saw) was full of sweat; the nerves of his neck became tight.

"Jibril, how painful this Sakaratul Maut is?" Rasulullah (saw) uttered a groan slowly. Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) closed her eyes, Imam Ali (as) sat beside her, bow deeply and Jibril turned his face back.

"Am I repugnant to you that you turn your face back O Jibril?" Rasulullah (saw) asked to the deliverer of Wahi. "Who is the one who could see the Habibullah in his Sakaratul Maut," Jibril said.

Not for a while, Rasulullah uttered a groan because of unbearable pain.

"O ALLAH (SWT), how greatest is this Sakaratul Maut. Give me all these pains, don't to my people." The body of Rasulullah (saw) became cold, his feet and chest did not move anymore. His lips vibrated as if he wanted to say something, Imam Ali (as) took his ear close to Rasulullah. "Uushiikum bis salati, wa maa malakat aimanuku" - "take care of the Salaat and take care of the weak people among you."

"Outside the room, there were cries shouted each other, Sahabah (Companions) held each other. Fatimah daughter of Muhammad (saw) closed her face with her hands and, again, Imam Ali (as) took his ear close to Rasulullah's mouth which became bluish.

"Ummatii, Ummatii, Ummatii" - "My people, my people, my people." And the life of the noble prophet ended.

Could we love each other like our prophet Muhammad (saw)?

Allahuma salli ala Muhammadin wa aale Muhammad (O Allah! Bestow Peace on Muhammad and his Descendants)

How deep is Rasulullah's love to us? Indeed Rasulullah (saw) really deserves best of our LOVE than everything in this world as shown in the following narration.

Thawban, the Companion of Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw):

Thawban, the Companion of Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)Thawban was one of the freed slaves of Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw). He was always with the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) at home or in journey. After the passing away of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) he stayed for some years in Syria and later for some time in Egypt. He was present at the time of the victory on Egypt. Thawban died at the age of 51 years.

It is found in Rewayat (narration) that he adored the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) so much that for a single moment he could not bear his absence. One day Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) saw him in a very sad mood. He appeared to be weak. Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) asked him, "O' Thawban! What has happened to you? Thawban replied: "O Messenger of Allah! I am not ill nor have any pain, but, I am worried about your proximity which I will be missing in the Paradise. As you will be in a higher station and I am in a lower position. I will not be able to see you over there."

At the same moment an Ayat (verse of Noble Qur'an) was revealed. "And whoso obeys Allah and the Messenger, and then they will be in the company of those on whom Allah has bestowed His Grace, of the Prophets, the truthful, the martyrs, and the righteous. And how excellent these companions are!" Noble Qur'an (4:69) [Bihar al-Anwar vol.2 pg.68)]

O Messenger of Allah! Indeed, I love you:

Aishah reported that a man came to the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) and said: "O Messenger of Allah! Indeed, I love you more than I love myself, and I love you more than I love my family, and I love you more than I love my children. When I am at home and I think of you, I am unable to contain myself until I can come to you and look at you. When I think about my death and your death, I know that when you enter Paradise, you will be raised to where the Prophets are. But, if I enter Paradise, I am afraid: will I be able to see you?"

So, the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) did not answer him at all until Jibril revealed to him: "And whoever obeys Allah and the Messenger, then they will be in the company of those on whom Allah has bestowed His Grace - of the Prophets, the truthful, the martyrs and the righteous. And how excellent these companions are!" [an-Nisa, 4:69]

[Silsilat al-Ahadith as-Sahihah; #2933]

Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) and his six true friends:

In the third year after Hijrah (Migration), some members of the Ozal and Qareh tribes who resided near Makkah and apparently had the same origin with the Quraish tribe went to the honorable Prophet Muhammad (saw) and said, "Some members of our tribes have chosen Islam as their religion. Please send some Muslims to our tribes to teach us the meaning of religion, Noble Qur'an, Islamic principles and laws."

Having heard this, the glorious Prophet Muhammad (saw) chose six of his Sahabah (Companions) to go with them. The leadership of those six was on the shoulders of Marand ibn Abi Marthad or Asem ibn Sabet.

Holy Prophet Muhammad's (saw) messengers set off with that group and left Medina. They continued their way till they arrived in the domicile of the Hozail tribe and they alighted there. Holy Prophet Muhammad's (saw) friends, were resting when suddenly a gang of people from the Hozail tribe attacked them with their swords.

Getting aware of the situation, the Holy Prophet Muhammad's (saw) friends immediately went to their weapons and got ready to defend themselves.

The attackers swore that they would not intend to kill them but to hand them to the people of Quraish in Makkah in return for some money. They offered them a deal. Three of them including Asem ibn Sabet replied, "We never accept the meanness of dealing with Mushrikeen (polytheists)." They fought and were killed.

Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) and his six true friendsThe other three, Zaid ibn Dasaneh, Khabib ibn Oday and Abdullah ibn Tareq did accept and yielded.

The people of Hozail bound them with rope tightly and set off for Makkah. Abdullah ibn Tareq, getting near to Makkah, loosened the rope on his hands and reached his sword but the enemy did not waste any time and killed him.

Zaid ibn Dasaneh and Khabib ibn Oday, at the end of the trip, were sold in exchange for two captives of Hozail in Makkah.

Safvan ibn Umayyah Quraishi bought Zaid ibn Dasaneh. Safvan's father was killed in the battle of Badr or Ohud so he intended to take his revenge on Zaid ibn Dasaneh and kill him.

Zaid ibn Dasaneh was taken out of Makkah. The people of Quraish gathered to see the scene. Zaid ibn Dasaneh came in with steady steps and there was no sign of fear on his face.

Abu Sufyan was watching the scene. He thought that it was the best time to make Zaid ibn Dasaneh insult the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) because it was the last moments of his life. Abu Sufyan went to Zaid ibn Dasaneh and said, "Do you not wish now that Muhammad was in your place and we would cut his neck while you would go to your wife and children comfortably?"

Zaid ibn Dasaneh replied, "I swear by Allah (SWT) that I do not like to see a thorn in the Holy Prophet Muhammad's (saw) foot while I am resting at my house beside my wife and children."

Abu Sufyan glared at him with his mouth open in surprise and then he turned his head back to the people of Quraish and said, "I swear by God I have not seen somebody's friends love that person as much as Muhammad's friends love him."

Holy Prophet Muhammad's (saw) friends loved him so much that they even could not see his foot injured with a thorn.

Having seen this love, Abu Sufyan, one of the arch enemies of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), confessed that he had not seen somebody to be loved as much as Muhammad.

After a while, it was time for Khabib ibn Oday to be hanged so he was taken out of Makkah. Khabib ibn Oday asked them to let him say his Salaat (prayer). They let him and he said his prayer very humbly but quickly.

Then he turned to the people and said, "I swear by Allah (SWT) that if you did not accuse me of being frightened of death, I would say my prayer more."

They bound him to the gallows tree. Then Khabib ibn Oday's voice was heard while he was praying to Allah (SWT) in such a spiritual way that many people were influenced by it and some threw themselves on the ground.

What Khabib ibn Oday saying was is, "We performed the mission given to us by Your Messenger (saw), please let him know about what happened to us this morning. O Allah (SWT)! See these cruel people, destroy them all and do not let even one of them live."

By Martyred, Morteza Motahhari in Attraction and Repulsion of Imam Ali (as)

Farsighted [Save the honour of Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)]:

Farsighted [Save the honour of Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw)]A Jew lost his invaluable ring and accidentally a poor Muslim fellow found it. When this Muslim came to know that it belongs to that Jew he went to return it to him. The Jew smiled and asked him: "Do you know its value?"

The Muslim replied: "Yes"

"You found this and you are also a poor and a needy!" said the Jew.

"Yes, you are right." The Muslim replied.

The Jew asked, "Did it not come to your mind that by selling this ring you can live a comfortable life as you had an excuse that it belonged to a Jew?"

The Muslim told him, "Why, I should have thought that way?"

"So why did you return this ring to me while I was not knowing that you have found it?" questioned the Jew.

The poor Muslim replied: "We believe on the Day of Judgement. I told myself that if I do not give this ring to the owner, then during the accounting of the deeds of the people during Qayamat my Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) and your Prophet Moses [Hazrat Musa (as)] would be sitting together and you will be complaining about this to your Prophet Moses [Hazrat Musa (as)] and then your Prophet Moses [Hazrat Musa (as)] would complain to my Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) that a person belonging from your Ummah (nation) has done such an act. And at that moment my Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) would not be able to answer him. I have returned this ring so that on the Day of Judgement, I save the honour of my Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw).

Moral of the story: Think like a Muslim, act like a Muslim and love Allah (SWT) and Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw) like a true Muslim.

(Lessons from stories, Mohammad Mohammadi Ishtehardy)

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